As to the pattern and colors on the wall when you wake up that could be caused by increased intraocular
pressure that occurs while you are asleep, a type of intermittent angle closure glaucoma
To better evaluate things I would suggest a complete eye examination by an ophthalmologist
. During the exam it would be helpful to do a dry and then a "wet" refraction
to unmask any hidden hyperopia (which can cause the in and out blurriness
you talked about) as well as gonioscopy
( to evaluate for possible occludable angles that can lead to intermittent angle closure and the colors/specks on the wall).
It is notable that hyperopia and angle closure glaucoma can sometimes go hand in hand and therefor could, possibly, address both of your symptoms.
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