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Eye Health Tips and Vision Care Guides

 Sight is the dominant sense in humans, which means that we rely on visual perception more than any other of our senses. This makes good eyesight and eye health pretty important, and so we would all benefit from learning how to take extra good care of our eyes. In fact, there's so much to know about eye health and eye care, even if your eyes are healthy. In this collection, we compiled 12 articles that will teach you how to maintain good eyesight, avoid harmful habits and help different eye conditions. To read one of these articles, just select one from the list, and you'll be taken to the link to this article, along with a short description about it. 

 
Your eyes are your windows to the world and key bodily components for interacting with it. As you age, you might experience some problems with them, just as many people do. Many eye conditions sound scary, however, advancements in eye treatment have come a long way. Here is a list of the most common eye concerns, explained simply. I’ve also gathered some tips on how to improve your eye health in your day-to-day life, which you can see by scrolling down to the end. 
 
Glaucoma is a medical condition of the eye where the optic nerve becomes damaged and worsens over time. The build-up of pressure inside the eye, known as intraocular pressure, is the eye's inability to drain out the aqueous humor fluid properly. Optic nerve damage can lead to loss of vision and permanent blindness within a couple of years if left untreated.
 
Our eyesight tends to weaken as we age, with symptoms usually varying from blurry vision to frequent headaches and watery eyes. Though it may not always be the case, factors like genetics, aging, excessive strain on the eyes and even poor nutrition are usually the contributing factors. 
 
Dry eyes occur when your tears do not provide enough lubrication for your eyes. This condition causes a lot of discomfort and produces several signs and symptoms. Such signs and symptoms include a stinging or burning sensation in the eyes, stringy mucus in or around the eyes, eyelids stuck together when waking up, an increased sensitivity to light, red and sore eyes, a sensation that something is stuck in your eye, difficulty driving at night, blurred vision, or eye fatigue.
 
While red eyes may have people questioning your health, wondering if you're sick or upset, bloodshot eyes can be the result of many things. However, very often, they are a sign of another problem, such as dry eyes, too little sleep or even overdoing it on certain eye drops. Inside are 10 possible culprits and how you can fix them.
 
 
It is said that the eyes are the windows of the soul. While the origins of this saying may not be known, what is certain is that the eyes do tell us a great deal about our health. Below are eight vital signs to be on the lookout for.
 
Most of us are aware of the dangerous effects ultraviolet (UV) rays have on our skin, but not many realize the danger imposed on our eyes. However, while it may seem obvious to put on sunblock, how should we care for our eyes? Be it from natural sunlight or artificial UV rays, UV radiation can cause significant damage to the eye's surface tissues as well as the cornea and lens. The rays may also burn the front surface of the eye, much like a sunburn on the skin.
 
No matter what age you are, the last thing you want is bags under your eyes. While they are not causing alarm, dark circles around your eyes will make you look and feel older – something nobody wants. So how can we get rid of these unsightly bags? 
 
Unfortunately, sitting at a computer all day long is a reality for many of us, together with the consequences that doing so has on our health. The most affected area of our body is undoubtedly our eyes, which are prone to being strained following long periods of computer use. With that being said, there are numerous things you can do to prevent computer-induced eye strain. Take a look.
 
Eye twitching, eyelid spasms, and eyelid tics are collectively known as 'myokymia' and are a fairly common occurrence in today's high-stress world. Typically, eye twitches only affect the lower eyelid of a single eye, however, the upper eyelids of both eyes can also twitch under certain circumstances. Below, you'll find the 8 most common causes of eye twitching and how to deal with them.
 
Beyond the general information about this disease and the ways in which it can be identified, in the next article, you’ll also find information on the various treatment methods that can delay the development of the disease and even stop it. So, read this information carefully, get yourself checked if necessary, and pass the article on to your friends and family - you may be helping them save their eyesight.
 
Unfortunately, many of us suffer from blurry vision, dry eyes, and annoying infections. In most cases, as a direct result of these problems, we turn to the ophthalmologist for a medical solution, but a 2013 study suggests that many well-known nutritional supplements can benefit eye health and protect them from various irritable diseases.
 
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