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Our eyes are the precious and important part of our health that work non stop. The eyeball is a bilateral and spherical organ, responsible for vision. Eyeball lies in a bony cavity within the facial skeleton, known as bony orbit. In this blog, we discuss The Human Eye Anatomy. Dimension of adult eyeball Anteroposterior diameter       – 24mm Horizontal diameter                – 23.5mmVertical diameter           …

Both Cataracts and Glaucoma are degenerative eye diseases but in fact these two conditions are not associated. These both are the most common sight threatening conditions, mostly occurring as we grow older. These can often lead to permanent loss of vision. People over 60 years of age may have both. These both conditions lead to vision loss. However, vision loss due to cataract is reversible i.e. after surgery an individual may get vision and can…

According to WHO, Health is defined as the state of complete physical, mental, and social well being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. The food that we consume in our everyday life determines our overall health condition.  For proper health conditions, one should be aware about their diet. Maintaining a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle always helps an individual to reduce the various problems and helps to achieve quality of life. Many…

We people are aware about the fact that there is a connection between Ultraviolet (UV) Radiation and our skin. But we may not realize that there is a strong link in between UV rays and our eyes too. Sunlight, no doubt essential for everyone and everywhere. Sun emits different types of radiation. It’s life giving rays of light upgrades our physical as well as mental health in various ways. However, too much exposure with mostly…

Watery Eyes or Epiphora or commonly called as tearing, is a condition in which there is an excessive overflow of tears over the face.There are various factors or conditions that lead to watery eyes or watering eyes. It happens when tears are excessively produced and don’t drain properly. Can affect one or both eyes. It is common at any age but mostly children between 0-12 years of age and older ones above 60 are found…

What is Refractive Error? Refractive errors are a type of vision problem which occurs when the eye cannot clearly focus image on the retina which causes vision to become blurred. About 40% of the world population have significant refractive error and different eye conditions that lead to different errors; as there are various types of refractive errors. It is the second major cause of visual impairment. Though it can be corrected simply by a pair…

I think most people have heard about the term ‘Autism’ . But actually this is still being researched. April month is National Autism Awareness month and it’s an opportunity to learn more about this disorder and how it can affect an individual vision. Autism Spectrum Disorder Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurological and developmental disorder that begins early in childhood and lasts throughout a person’s life. It involves a developmental disability that causes communication…

You people may have known about that when you visit eye hospitals or eye centers for an eye examination. Eye health professionals will check your vision, Right?? If anyone has a normal vision, that will be denoted by 6/6 or 20/20. What actually is that 6/6 or 20/20 ?? To make you clear about 6/6 and 20/20 that both terms are equivalent. 6/6 is often used in countries that use metric units while 20/20 is used…

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