More Lights Left On Because Low Light Feels Like No Light
Are you angling your reading light to put more light on your side of the bed? Turning on your over-the-counter lights in the kitchen even when you're cooking during the day? Chance are, it's a sign that your vision isn't doing so well. When you're in need of an eye exam, you'll find yourself trying to compensate for blurred vision by adding extra illumination. Dimness decreases your ability to see what's happening in front of you, so you'll turn up the light in an attempt to make it better. Unfortunately, this won't help as much as you like. Pay careful attention to the amount of light you need in order to accomplish normal tasks. If it increases suddenly, it's time to have your eyes checked.