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How To Prevent The Most Common Eye Problems?

December 3, 2018
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Our eyes are one of the most important sensory organs that we possess, without which living life can be extremely difficult; in fact, almost impossible for us who know how to see. The blind, those who have not been able to see since birth, learn to live without their eyes right from the time they are born, which makes them adjusting to the no-vision lifestyle. But, we who know how to see things cannot even imagine losing our eyesight some day! Leave alone losing our eyesight, even blurred vision and other issues that cause problems with the eyes can be daunting for us. To avoid such situations, it is suggested to take good care of the eyes beforehand to prevent any such eye problems to occur, or at least be delayed.

Allergic conjunctivitis

This is when the eyes become swollen or irritated by a reaction to mold, pollen, and dander. The eyes in this case become red, watery, and itchy. Other symptoms include burning eyes, puffy eyelids, and stringy discharge from the eyes. You can avoid this by dripping eye drops into your eyes that are prescribed by your eye specialist in Andheri West Mumbai.

Dry eyes

Having dry eyes doesn’t mean that the eyes necessarily go dry. It could even mean having watery eyes but with discomfort. The most common symptoms of dry eyes include redness of the eyes, scratchy sensation in the eyes, blurred vision, eye fatigue, light sensitivity, stingy mucus in the eyes, or a feeling of something disturbing within your eyes. This ailment could be a result of lack of tear production within the eyes, or increased tear evaporation. You can prevent this ailment by constantly inserting eye drops, applying a warm compress on the eyelids, eyelid massage, and increasing your blinking. You must also avoid smoke, dust, dry air, and wind from entering your eyes, for which you must always wear sunglasses while you are out.

Macular degeneration

As we grow older, the possibility of attaining macular degeneration increases. This is the condition where the back of the eye is damaged, leading to problems with seeing objects that are in front, further leading to complete vision loss. This problem can most likely attack those who smoke, who are Caucasians, or those who have a family history of the disease. You can decrease the chances of getting this disease by quitting smoking, avoiding secondhand smoke, eating a healthy diet, exercising your eyes regularly, and keeping your blood pressure and cholesterol levels normal.

Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a damage to the optic nerve that is responsible for good vision. It could be a genetic disease, but may also be caused by eye injury, lack of eye exercise, and diabetes. The symptoms include eye pain, headache, patchy blind spots in your vision, blurred vision, seeing halos around lights, redness of the eyes, tunnel vision, nausea, and vomiting. To prevent suffering from glaucoma, you must get frequent eye care and eye screenings, especially if you are a diabetic patient. Also, give your eyes regular exercise, and wear protective eye gear when working with power tools or playing rigorous sports.

No matter what the condition, no matter how healthy your eyes may seem, no matter how perfect a vision you have, it is always advisable to have regular eye checkups and eye consultation in Andheri West Mumbai at a reputed and reliable eye care hospital like Arohi Eye Hospital.

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