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AVR Eye & ENT Care Clinic

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No.9/19, P.T.Rajan Salai,K.K.Nagar. Landmark: Opp To Spring Field Matric School, Chennai Chennai
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AVR Eye & ENT Care Clinic is known for housing experienced Ophthalmologists. Dr. Sridharan A, a well-reputed Ophthalmologist, practices in Chennai. Visit this medical health centre for Ophthalmologists recommended by 85 patients.

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K K Nagar Chennai, Tamil Nadu
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Red Eyes - Common Reasons Behind It!

FAECS, DNB Ophtalmology, DO Ophthalmology, Fellowship In Phacoemulsification & Refractive Surgery
Ophthalmologist, Indore
Red Eyes - Common Reasons Behind It!

Red or bloodshot eyes occur when there is a dilation of the blood vessels on the white part of the eye, also called as sclera. One or both the eyes can experience redness which can be accompanied by itching, pain in the yes, eye-discharge, swelling in the eye and other symptoms.

Red eye is related to 

  1. Subconjunctival haemorrhage- when one or more blood vessels on the sclera burst open
  2. Blephartis- a condition of inflamed eyelids
  3. When there is a red bump on the eye lid (Stye)
  4. Sometimes, using contact lenses also causes red-eye effect

Red eye appears because of several reasons such as;

  1. Conjunctivitis
  2. Allergy to dust
  3. Tiredness of the eyes
  4. Over wearing of contact lenses

Sometimes, red eye happens because of more serious diseases such as glaucoma or uveitis.

What causes red-eye

  1. Cornea ulcer: If there is an untreated eye-wound then it might degenerate into a cornea ulcer. This medical condition is accompanied by eye pain, eye discharge and reduced vision. Corneal ulcers are life threatening so rush to a doctor if you suspect you are suffering from this disease.
  2. Ocular herpes: Caused by Type1 herpes simplex virus, this disease is viral in nature. Symptoms include sensitivity to light, eye pain, eye discharge, eye redness and swollen eyes. If left untreated, ocular herpes may lead to scarring of the cornea and partial blindness. In such cases, a corneal transplant may be needed.
  3. Uveitis: This medical condition refers to the inflammation of the middle layer of the eye. Unless treated in time, this may lead to cataract, detached retina, high ocular pressure and later a permanent loss of vision. Uveitis may be caused by eye infections, trauma or a systemic auto-immune disorder.
  4. Glaucoma: One of the main reasons behind red-eye is this medical condition. There is an increased pressure in the aqueous humor on the sclera in this condition and this leads to glaucoma. If you have a red-eye, are over 40 and have diabetes, then you must consult your doctor for treatment of glaucoma.
  5. Cold and flu: One of the most common reasons behind having a red-eye are cold and red flu. Infected and blocked sinuses are the underlying causes behind puffy and bloodshot eyes.
  6. Pregnancy: During pregnancy, there are changes in the hormonal levels and these lead to red and puffy eyes.
  7. Smoking and drinking: Did you know drinking also causes red eyes? That is so because alcohol in your bloodstream reduces the oxygen content in the blood vessels. As a result, they clump together and the eyes sport a red look for want of oxygen. Smoking also causes red eyes because the toxic smoke irritates the eyes.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

Colour Blindness - Understanding Everything About It!

DOMS(gold Medal);guru Nanak Eye Centre;University Of Delhi, MBBS
Ophthalmologist, Delhi
Colour Blindness - Understanding Everything About It!

Colour blindness is not a type of blindness at all; it is an insufficiency in the way some people see colour. Once afflicted by this vision problem, people face difficulty in distinguishing specific colours like red, green, blue or yellow. So to call it colour vision deficiency would be much appropriate, and it hits men more often than women. In a report by Prevent Blindness America, it is revealed that about 8% of males and less than 1% of females are affected with colour vision problems. Generally, red and green colour deficiency is the most commonly found. In very rare instances, a person may carry a trait which lessens his ability to distinguish between blue and yellow colours. This blue-yellow hue insufficiency normally is found in men and women equally.

Understanding signs and symptoms: Do you have any difficulty in seeing yellow, green or red colours? Do people often tell you that you are seeing the wrong colour? If so, then these are key signs that you are affected with a colour perception deficiency. Quite opposite to popular belief, hardly a colour blind person is able to see only the shades of gray. Most people who are deemed as colour blind are able to see shades but cannot distinguish between one colour and another and get easily confused with other shades, depending on the kind of colour blindness they are affected with. If you have suddenly developed a colour vision deficiency when you were able to view and distinguish all the shades previously, then you should visit an ophthalmologist without further delay.

Causes behind colour blindness: Colour blindness takes place when the light-sensitive cells within the retina stop responding accurately to variations in wavelengths of light.

Photoreceptors present in the retina are termed as rods and cones. Rods are present abundantly, and about 100 million rod cells are present in human retina and these cells are very sensitive to light, but rods are impervious to sunlight and therefore, are incapable of perceiving colours. The cones, on the other hand, are responsible for our understanding of different colours. There are three types of cones, each of which is responsible for perceiving red, green and blue light. The three cones work together to help us see the whole range of colours. People who are colour blind usually have faults in a particular cone cell, which makes them unable to distinguish that particular shade.

Combatting colour blindness: Gene therapies are reported to cure colour blindness in monkeys, as per the reports of a study conducted by researchers of the University of Washington and Florida in September 2009. While early methods appear promising, gene therapy is not considered effective for human beings unless the treatments are verified to be safe.

Hence there is no effective means of curing colour blindness, but there are some strategies that may aid you to function better. However, if you are into graphic designing or anything that requires handling of different colours, then you will need professional help. The sooner you become aware of your insufficiency, the better you can compensate for it.

Some people also use contact lenses or eyeglasses that act as filters to enhance colour perception. If you are affected by this problem, make sure you visit an eye-care practitioner for detailed advice. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

My daughter has myopia her eye sight is getting more minus power. Is there any medicines in homeo or ayurved to get her condition better. She has strep infection, obese,and a dermoid inside her left eye (congenital) but not affected dense yet. I examined her all. Eye specialist. They say that she got only myopia. But I like to get her treatment for better eyesight.

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
My daughter has myopia her eye sight is getting more minus power. Is there any medicines in homeo or ayurved to get h...
Hello, She should monitor her weight, if obeased. She should take, carrots, papaya, ripened mangoes, sprouts, eggs, milk. Her breakfast, lunch and dinner be on right time. Take, Homoeopathic medicine:@ Staphisagria 30.-5 drops, thrice. Should avoid, junkfood, fried and spicy food. Take care.
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Cataract has just started in my left eye it's diagnosed by the Dr, and I see a dark dot always present what ever I see and it moves in the direction of my eye movements. How to avoid this dot and how prevent cataract.

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Homeopath, Hyderabad
Cataract has just started in my left eye it's diagnosed by the Dr, and I see a dark dot always present what ever I se...
Cataract is a dense, cloudy area that forms in the lens of the eye. A cataract begins when proteins in the eye form clumps that prevent the lens from sending clear images to the retina. The retina works by converting the light that comes through the lens into signals. It sends the signals to the optic nerve, which carries them to the brain. It develops slowly and eventually interferes with your vision. You might end up with cataracts in both eyes, but they usually don’t form at the same time. It's due to -age factor -vitamin deficiency -neuromuscular or neurological -hormonal troubles -due to sress -metabolic activity disorders we have to find out what is the exact reason & take treatment accordingly. Homeopathy is the best option for this without any side effects. Take daily carrots, protein food, raddish, dry fruits and seasonal fruits, leafy vegetables.
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Hello Sir, I am 27 years old. Weight 56 kg. Height 5.5. My eye sight is weak. I can't see from too much far. From Last one month, I am working with computer desktop about 6 hours daily. I feel some pain in my eyes. And some swelling near palak. I am using rose water at night on daily basis. Bt pain is not stopping. Actually pain is little, not too much. I am not using any optical till now. Please suggest me.

Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine And Surgery , MD - Ayurveda
Ayurveda, Hyderabad
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I am 27 years old. Weight 56 kg.
Height 5.5.
My eye sight is weak. I can't see from too much far. From Las...
Try to minimize working for long time on system. Take breaks in between and wash your eyes with plain water. Keep cucumber slices or cotton swab with rosewater on both eyes. Take Mahatriphala ghrita-1 spoon with 1cup of lukewarm milk daily. Also consult Ophthalmologist for check up.
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I am a diabetic and have split vision in the left eye and cataract in the right eye. Will eye exercises like rotating the eyeballs, be beneficial to eyes.

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
I am a diabetic and have split vision in the left eye and cataract in the right eye. Will eye exercises like rotating...
Hello, You need to take care of your catract to rectify vision of another eye. More over your opthelemologist can guide you better in this connection. Rotation of eyes ball will definitely be beneficial. Take care.
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I have floaters in both eyes for last 8 months. They increased in size. I have checked my retina there was no problem in retina. Do these floaters disappear.

PGDHHM, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
I have floaters in both eyes for last 8 months. They increased in size. I have checked my retina there was no problem...
Abnormal eye floaters are associated with the retinopathy of diabetes, retinal tears, retinal detachment, and large degrees of nearsightedness. Most eye floaters decrease in size, density, and darkness with time if no medical conditions
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My eyes very week eye lance number too much Wht can I do to see clear without glasses help please.

Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine And Surgery , MD - Ayurveda
Ayurveda, Hyderabad
My eyes very week eye lance number too much Wht can I do to see clear without glasses help please.
Take Mahatriphala ghrita-1 spoon with 1cup of lukewarm desicowmilk twice a day. Consult Ayurveda vaidya for complete treatment including Akshitarpana procedure.
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6 Precautionary Measures to Protect Your Eyes

MS - Ophthalmology, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Ophthalmologist, Delhi
6 Precautionary Measures to Protect Your Eyes

In today’s world, most of the work that you do is on your computer. With an increasingly digitized world, computers can’t be replaced. Though they have made your work easier, they do come with certain disadvantages as well. The rays emitted by a computer screen can be harmful to your eyes if exposed for an extended duration.

It is important that you take certain precautionary measures to protect your eyes:

1. Wash your eyes: Wash your eyes on a regular basis; it facilitates cooling and relaxation of the eyes. Make it a routine to wash your eyes at least 5 to 6 times in a day.

2. Get computer glasses: Use computer glasses to protect your eyes as they help to minimize the effect of the radiation from the screen. If you work for long hours in front of the computer, then you should consider getting a pair of computer glasses.

3. The position of your screen: The screen should ideally be positioned at an arm’s length and the viewing angle of the monitor should be around 35 degrees. Make sure you position your chair accordingly keeping these tips in mind.

4. Eye exercise: You should exercise your eyes to reduce the strain and relax your eyes. Follow the 20-20 rule wherein after working on your computer for 20 minutes, you redirect your gaze to an object that is around 20 feet away. This helps your eye muscles to relax and thus, improves your eye health.

5. Don’t work at a stretch: Take breaks in between your work sessions to reduce fatigue in your eyes. Constantly staring at a screen for an extended amount of time can cause problems in your eye. Take 2 minute breaks for every 30 minutes you spend working on your computer. This helps to reduce the strain on your eyes also helps to release tension in the muscles of the neck and back.

6. Blink more than usual: Blinking moistens your eyes and causes tear production which does not allow the eye to suffer from dryness. It also prevents eye irritation and helps in clearing out dirt from the eyes.

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