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why do eye problems occur?

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  • cabanaboy01


    In modern times, more and more people are prone to eye problems which can be fallen into various types. For example, blurriness is one of the commonest symptoms. when lost their focusing power, we will suffer from blurriness. Blind spot is another common eye problem, with which patients can not see some parts of some objects. The causes of eye problems vary a lot. For instance, fatigue, and over-exposure to sunlight are very common causes of eye problems. Some factors can also lead to blindness, as some medications. Indomethacin, phenothiazines, blood pressure pills, and ethambutol, etc. are very common medications that may cause blindness. Some of us suffer from eye problems just because we have not taken sufficient vitamins. The operations of our bodies are urgently in need of vitamins. So sometimes, the lack of some vitamins may cause eye problems, especially vitamin A. So just pay attention to this point.


    There are many eye problems such as: dry eye, eye strain occur are all because of many people spend hours a day reading on e-readers, texting on smartphones, typing on laptops or playing on tablets. But what does this mean for eye health?There's no research that shows constant technology use causes any permanent vision damage . But staring at bright screens for hours on end can lead to smaller-scale problems, Many people will go to the ophthalmologist and complain about their eyes feeling uncomfortable, thinking there's something wrong with their vision ,But they don't always realize ocular discomfort can be a result of too much technology.
  • ANNA


    Myopia is the most common eye problem, many symptoms of myopia include headaches, eyestrain, squinting and difficulty seeing distant objects, such as highway signs. Myopia also known as nearsightedness, is a common type of refractive error where close objects appear clearly, but distant objects appear blurry. Myopia occurs when the eyeball is too long, relative to the focusing power of the cornea and lens of the eye. This causes light rays to focus at a point in front of the retina, rather than directly on its surface.Nearsightedness also can be caused by the cornea and/or lens being too curved for the length of the eyeball. In some cases, myopia is due to a combination of these factors.
  • Adam peters


    Actually, there are a lot of eye problems. Eye problems, including eye pain or redness and changes in your vision may be signs of a problem that requires medical attention. So, firstly, you need to give me more details about your eye problems. Then I can point out for you. If you are uncertain about which kind of eye problem you have now, you can open the link and follow the chart at this page for more information about problems with your eyes. Hope this helpful.