Have you ever been driving down the road at night and noticed it’s more challenging to see? Or perhaps it takes a few seconds longer for your vision to adjust when you walk from daylight into dark or dim lighting. Maybe you see fine during the day but not as well in a low-light environment. Any of these signs that you’re having trouble seeing at night need to be addressed by a physician, especially if you have sudden onset night blindness.
But what is this condition, and what could cause it? Poor night vision could indicate eye disease, a rare genetic disorder, or even a vitamin deficiency. But an underlying condition isn’t the only cause of poor night vision. It could be as simple as an uncorrected vision error and updating your glasses or contact lenses. Learn more about this condition and what could be the cause of it. Then, get in touch with our eye experts to schedule an appointment. Continue Reading 11 Reasons Why You May Have Trouble Seeing at Night