UNDERSTAND EYE DISEASE TO HAVE HEALTHY EYES
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The eyes are one of the most sensitive and vulnerable areas but also the most essential part of our body. With external environmental or electronic influences, it is effortless to damage the eyes and suffer from eye diseases.
How to have a beautiful healthy eyes?
1. Common causes and symptoms of eye diseases
The eye is a part of the body that has a relatively weak resistance, so aging agents always attack the eyes first. Some causes of eye diseases such as age, nutrition, hygiene, or lifestyle also make the eyes weaker. According to statistics, more and more young people are suffering from eye diseases due to prolonged exposure to phones and computers.
Usually, eye diseases also have different degrees of severity. When suffering from mild eye diseases, the patient will have signs such as blurred vision, dry eyes, and eye fatigue. At this time, the patient only needs to drop the medicine and rest properly, the eyes will return to their normal state.
However, some diseases will get worse and cause serious consequences if not treated promptly.
2. Dangerous symptoms of eye disease to note
Besides the usual symptoms we can treat at home, patients need to be careful with the following signs to protect their eyes in time:
Cataracts, also known as dry cataracts, are a type of disease that makes vision blurry and cloudy. The cause of this disease is the loss of -SH and HS- bonds in the structure of the lens by foreign agents. This has reduced the accommodation function of the lens, reducing the eye's ability to receive light. Over time, if the patient is subjective, the eyes will appear fog-like covering the lens of the eye, causing serious vision impairment.
Macular degeneration of the eyes
Macular degeneration is a disease that affects the center of vision. When the retina is damaged, it will cause the images in the patient's vision to be distorted, appear black areas when looking straight, difficult to perceive colors or visual disturbances.
Screen vision syndrome
Screen vision syndrome is not a dangerous disease, but if the patient is subjective, it will be dangerous to the eyes. Symptoms of this syndrome are dry eyes, blurred vision, eye pain accompanied by headaches, fatigue, and difficulty concentrating. This syndrome is caused by the effects of blue light emitted by electronic devices such as computers, phones, or televisions.
Blue light is not only harmful to the skin of the face but also a harmful agent to the eyes if exposed for a long time. When exposed for a long time, the blue light will damage retinal cells and paralyze vision cells. The most severe of this disease not only causes visual impairment but also blindness.
Blockage of tear glands
Tears are used to help clean the eyes, and regulate eyes when tired or eyes have foreign objects. Obstruction of the lacrimal gland not only causes live tears obstruction of the lacrimal gland but also causes chronic pouchitis. This disease for a long time will cause the eyes to bleed mucus, and edema of the corners of the eyes, causing eye inflammation.
3. Some common eye diseases
Conjunctivitis (pink eye)
Conjunctivitis, also known as pink eye. This is a seasonal disease. The conjunctiva is a thin, transparent membrane with blood vessels that covers the white (sclera) of the eyeball and the inside of the eyelids. Patients with conjunctivitis may experience itching, burning, redness, watery eyes, pus, or a feeling that something is stuck in the eye.
Uveitis is a disease that infects the middle layer of the eye, leading to swelling, inflammation, destruction of eye tissue, severe vision impairment, and even loss of vision. Patients with a history of immunosuppression, rheumatoid arthritis, or ulcerative colitis are at increased risk for uveitis.
Amblyopia is a common disease in children. This disease will appear when the brain and eyes are not working, also known as "lazy eye", the brain's priority in one eye will cause vision loss in the other eye. Children with this disease need to be treated early, otherwise, there will be dangerous eye complications.
The eyes are a complex structure and are susceptible to eye diseases if not carefully protected. Please contact Dr. Binh Tele_Clinic in case the eyes have abnormal signs to avoid dangerous consequences later.
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