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Have you tried putting your light source off at at an angle instead of directly in front of you?
Also do you currently wear glassess that have an antreflective coating on the lenses.
These are just a couple of things you may want to try.
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In summary, there is nothing wrong with your eyes as much as it is the positioning of your light sourse,intensity of the light sourse andpositioning of your reading material
I see this big light refration on glossy texts when I put the text FLAT under the source of light or when I am trying to read and I give my back to a window and natural light is coming in from that window. If I tilt the text in some angles I am able to read it, though in several I am not able to and this really distresses me.
Do you think that the glare has something to do with the "vitreous sinersis" I was diagnosed with or with the multiple floaters that I have", since I was aware of having these light refraction problems before. I feel obssesed with my seeing, so now I dont even know how I am supposed to see...
I do not believe it is the cause for glare issue
You may want to try holding your reading material at different Angles and avoid
reading near the window.
A brighter light is not necessarily better lighting.You may want to try different lighting levels that allow you to read adequately and eliminate the glare for you
I hope this helps
Why wasnt I aware of this reflection problem before. Do eyes get more sensitive to the lighting and refractions with time or our age?
Yes,that is where perhaps glasses with antreflective coating may help.
But there could have been a change in your reading environment as well maybe quality of the reading material
Do the bothersome light refractions bother all the people, is this a common problem or just to some people like me that are sensitive to light?
Does it get worse with time or it will remain this way?
Thanks so much for answering my questions. Then as I see it it is normal to be a bit sensitive to light... and yet again: is it normal to be sensitive to the brightness of some inks when I am directly under a strong white source of light, because this happens to me too, it looks as if the ink were somehow like refracting light and it bothers my eyes...I feel as if I dont know how I am supposed to see correctly, like if suddenly I dont know what is right o wrong and this happened ever since I started seeing all these floaters, things including light refractions look different and I feel really scared...
Sorry, I think that I didnt express myself correctly in my last reply:
Can also certain inks under these direct white intense bright lights also create a glare. For example the color ink found on very white paper, because I am not sure if this is normal or not? If several occulists have checked me already for the floaters examining closely the retina, then this doesnt sound to you like an ocular problem right?