Our eyes allow us to enjoy these magical sights!
Imagine for a moment what it would be like to live in darkness ... that's what eye diseases can lead to.
Eye diseases can be caused by:
Unless it is a structural damage to the eyes, generally, these eye diseases and disorders can be treated, if given the correct treatment, or taking preventative measures such as wearing sunglasses when outside of the home or wearing safety glasses when carrying out work or chores that pose any risk injury to the eyes.
If the eye sustained physical injury beyond repair, it will, sadly, lead to blindness, unless the damaged eye can be replaced by a donor's eye or a bionic eye. I am not sure if either surgical procedure or technology is available today.
Degeneration of the cells in parts of the eyes can also lead to blindness, depending on which part of the eyes are the resultant damages. In the case of degeneration, using nutrition and natural medicine have been known to cure eye diseases and in some cases, reverse blindness.
But the better way would, to me, be preventative measures!
The views of their world, before blindness sets in:
1) Light, believe it or not, causes damages to the eyes, and that includes:
2) Poor nutrition or, lack of nutrition that feeds the cells of the eyes. Just like all the other cells in the body, if the eye cells are nutritionally lacking, the quality of the cells will deteriorate over time.
Astigmatism is caused by either, depending on whether the distorted vision is related to the cornea or the lens:
Within this, it is then categorized as:
Where it is caused by diseases, leading to the distortion of the cornea or the lens, it could be due to degenerative diseases:
Pingueculae are yellowish or whitish with yellow tint, growth on the sclera (outside covering of eye). They are a form of non-cancerous growth, but can cause vision issues if growth goes over the iris.
Generally, does not cause much discomfort, but can lead to pingueculitis, a state where it becomes swollen and/or inflammed. Pingueculitis usually occurs in cases when the eyes with pinguecula condition is exposed to extreme wind, sun and/or dust.
A good prevention will be to always wear sunglasses when out in the sun, and protective glasses in high winds and dust places.
Glaucoma has been called the "silent eye sight thief", simply because most of the cases of glaucoma has no significant symptom until it has deteriorated to a bad stage.
Glaucoma is caused by intraocular pressure of aqueous humos (the liquid that sits between the cornea and the iris). The pressure here is "transferred" to the optic nerve, at the back of the eye, as the virteuos body, that sits between the lens and the optic nerve, is being "squeezed" by the lens. This excessive pressure could damaged the optic nerve, leading to blindness.
What are some of the causes of this excessive build up aqueous humos?
Retinoblastoma is a form of cancer of the eye.
Cataract is called the "clouding" of the eyes, that's when the protein of the lens clumps together, forming an opaque film over the lens.
The "clumping" of this protein can begin:
The macula is located in the center of the retina. The macula provides us the sharp, central vision we need for reading, driving, and seeing fine detail.
A macular hole can be caused by either:
The cause is similar to the Macular Hole - caused by the tear away of the vitreous from the retina - but in the case of floaters, the gap created in the tear away is filled with liquid, and "debris" from the tear.
A viral or bacterial infection on the eye, and it is highly contagious.
Making sure to wash hands when in contact with an infected eye, helps to control transmitting it to another person.
Izumio, with its hydrogen rich contents, is the the combatant antioxidant, may help:
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