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Sir I have myopia of -2 in right eye & -0.75 in left eye. Sir, please suggest me how can I improve my vision.
Iam 20 yrs old female and my eyes are getting red very tired iam noy able to study at ni8 what to do?
I can't read small letters on labels. I am 44. Any exercise available to reduce eye strain and get back normal vision?
Sir have sight effect of 1.0 but idont want to take glasses is there any chance to minimise this e effect please give me solution.
I want to remove my specs, as my eyesight is weak. So what can I do so that my vision will increase? Also tell me way to gain my weight I am very thin.
Dear Sir, Please give me any information about retinitis pigmentosa, and how can I heal from this disease. So please sir reply.
He got slapped hard on eyes 3-4 slaps after that he feels pain when intensity of light changes (dark and bright) after some times he feels normal and now after 1 day his eyes have become red. Any guidelines or first aids?
Hello Doctor recently I done eye operation of glaucoma past 2 months back present I'm normal now can I drink alcohol.
I have a problem some time in my eyes, slowly headache start n that time I see anywhere white bubbles are shown. Why n what is the solutions?
I am suffering from nose and eye allergy since 2 years. I take some medicine from an ENT specialist doctor, but it not cured my disease. The under wall of nose and cone of both eyes itches a lot. When I touch my nose lot of sneezing coming on that time. So can you please suggest me what should I do?
I have been taking clonazepam for over 2 years now for anxiety. Will it cause any long term effects. I have never gone over 2mg. I would like to know if it causes blurred vision or I could build tolerance to it. Thanks.
I wanted to know about that my eyes from bottom are red and some dandruff type of substance coming right over my eyelids. So what can I do for this to solve this problem.
My mother has headache on right side eye. For over 6 days and getting water in right side eye. What should I do ?
Are you the one who loves to be outdoor for long hours? Or, does your work keep you under the sun for long? Well, if it is so, you need to be alert about your eyes. Long exposure to sunlight can damage your eyes. Put your glares and hat on a hot sunny day to keep your eyes away from any kind of damage.
There are several eye diseases, which are either caused or aggravated due to long exposure to sunlight. UV radiation can be generated from a natural or artificial source. Regardless of its origin, these rays are harmful for the human eye. Usually, when we talk of UV rays, we think of its adverse effects on skin. However, it is not just the skin that gets affected. The eyes are equally vulnerable.
What are UV rays?
It is a part of the solar radiation. These are of three types: UV-C, UV-A and UV-B. While UV-C is absorbed by the ozone layer, the other two rays penetrate the layer to affect human body.
It’s effect on eyesight
UV rays cause damage to the eyes. There are several diseases or disorder caused by these rays. Some of these have been discussed below:
Macular Degeneration: It happens as the retina is damaged by the UV rays. It leads to age-related blindness. It usually happens to people who are exposed to UV rays for a long period.
Cataract: It is a disorder in which the eye lens gets clouded. About 10% cases of cataract are caused due to exposure to UV rays. This is caused by UV-B rays.
Pterygium: This disease is often known as ‘surfer’s eye’. In this disease, a pink, non-cancerous growth is formed on the conjunctiva. UV rays cause these growths.
Skin Cancer of the eyelids: UV rays can cause cancer of the skin in and around the eyelids.
Photokeratitis: This is known as corneal sunburn or ‘snow blindness’. Photokeratitis occurs due to spending long hours at the beach or skiing. If a person doesn’t take proper eye protection during these activities, this disease can occur. It sometimes causes temporary vision loss.