eyes I have noticed that when I drink whiskey my eye sight improves

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my eye sight improves when I drink alcohol* but no one wants to hear this Its true I normally cant see the keyboard* or the screen but after a few drinks I can so what is happening . I saw someone else mention this but all I get is your eyes get blurry when you drink . This is not the case .Someone should investigate this more and stop trying to suppress this information I think there is a massive scam going on with the eye doctors an the glasses makers when you go to get a eye exam they scare you and tell you you could lose your drivers license when it is not true look at the chart the letter are grey on a light grey background make the letters black and you can see them clearly .the world is full of scam

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    Id like to start with this, Im not sure what eye doctors you have been to but most have black letters on a white background for the visual acuity. Also most people do not experience better vision with alcohol that is why eye doctors do not and should not encourage it. I believe you when you say your vision gets better but keep in mind they should not tell people to drink alcohol to make their vision better as it would not help most people and of course the fact that they could get sued or in trouble by encouraging this. I unfortunately could not tell you why your vision gets better, maybe more blood flow to the eyes? Im curious what your prescription was beforehand and also is it your near vision that gets better, distance or both? Is it on tv or a book that is sharper? Perhaps you close your eyes more and blink more while drinking, reducing dryness causing sharper vision. There are so many variables to be able to say for sure. Best of Luck!

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