home > eyesight center > eyesight a-z list > astigmatism overview index Astigmatism Overview Astigmatism OverviewRelated Tools & References « Back to Astigmatism Overview Index Sorted Alphabetically A-Z Sort by popularity Blurred Vision Doctor: Checklist to Take To Your Doctor's Appointment Doctor: Getting the Most from Your Doctor's Appointment Fatigue Headache How to Choose a Doctor Sorted by Popularity (as on MedicineNet) Sort alphabetically Blurred Vision Fatigue Headache How to Choose a Doctor Doctor: Checklist to Take To Your Doctor's Appointment Doctor: Getting the Most from Your Doctor's Appointment Suggested Reading on Astigmatism by Our Doctors Related Diseases & Conditions 12 articles Fatigue Fatigue can be described in various ways. Sometimes fatigue is described as feeling a lack of energy and motivation (both mental and physical). The causes Headache Headaches can be divided into two categories: primary Eye Strain Eye strain is a symptom caused by looking at something for a long time. Symptoms and signs include redness, light sensitivity, Double Vision Double vision (diplopia) is a symptom that my indicate Graves' disease, myasthenia gravis, stroke, multiple sclerosis, Guillain-Barre syndrome, diabetes, Eye Care Many common eye disorders resolve without treatment and some may be managed with over-the-counter (OTC) products. It's important to visit a physician or Corneal Disease The cornea is the clear outer layer of the eye. If it is damaged by disease, infection, or injury, vision problems may occur. Corneal problems can be detected Myopia Myopia, or nearsightedness, makes it difficult to focus on objects that are far away. The condition runs in families and occurs because light focuses in Keratoconus Keratoconus is a condition in which the cornea bulges outward like a cone. The cause of the condition is unknown, but genetics may play a role. Changes Farsightedness Farsightedness makes it difficult to focus on objects that are close up. The condition runs in families and occurs because light focuses behind the retina, Amblyopia Amblyopia, or "lazy eye," is a childhood condition where one eye has poorer vision than the other. Amblyopia occurs when one eye has much better focus Eyeglasses, Sunglasses, and Magnifying Glasses Nonprescription eyeglasses are available over the counter (OTC) and are typically used by people who can no longer read fine print. OTC trifocals are helpful Contact Lenses: Colored, Soft, Hard, Toric and Bifocal Contact lenses fit over the cornea and correct vision problems such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism. Contact lenses may be hard or soft. Medications 0 articles Procedures & Tests 5 articles Pictures, Images & Quizzes 6 articles Doctor's & Expert's Views 1 articles Health News 2 articles Health Features 1 articles STAY INFORMED Get the latest health and medical information delivered direct to your inbox! From WebMD Eye Health Resources Check Your Vision Symptoms Diabetes and Your Eyes Are We Close to a Cure for Cancer? Featured Centers Feeling Short of Breath? What to Eat When You Have Cancer Top 3 Anaphylaxis Triggers Health Solutions From Our Sponsors Frequent Constipation? Greater Food Accessibility Exclusives What Does Psoriasis Look Like? How to Prevent Muscle Cramps Blood Clot? Know the Signs and Symptoms Allergy Triggers: Do You Know Yours?