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Signs in your eyes show that your health is in trouble.

 

     Do not ignore the following eye symptoms because it may be your body’s signal that you are sick and should see a doctor as soon as possible.

* Red eyes .

Normally, the eyes will be red if you have a lack of sleep, work too much or when your eyes are exposed to direct sunlight for a long time. However, if you have red eyes for no reason, you may have glaucoma, or diabetes. Red eyes are also an “indicator” of a dangerous neurological syndrome that is increased intracranial pressure.

* Dry eyes .

When you have dry eyes, you will be extremely uncomfortable and always have an itchy feeling in your eyes. In particular, if you rub your eyes, the sensitive skin around your eyes is very vulnerable. A common cause of dry eyes is weather changes. Besides, menopausal women, side effects of some drugs, or lack of vitamin A… also lead to dry eyes. In particular, if your eyes are extremely dry, and are often overly sensitive to light, see your doctor right away, as this could be a sign of Sjogren’s syndrome – a rare immune disorder that leads to serious health problems.

* Live tears .

It seems absurd, but watery discharge is a sign of dry eye disease. At this time, the body will try to balance the moisture in the eyes by producing more tears. This phenomenon is more common in people who sit for a long time and often in front of the computer or TV.

If you suddenly have trouble closing an eye, or can’t control your tears, you may have facial nerve palsy. This can also be a complication of an eye infection. Therefore, it is best to visit a doctor early for timely treatment.

* Swollen and red eyes .

This is the result of frequent fatigue and lack of sleep. These symptoms are often misdiagnosed with an eye infection. If you abuse eye drops to brighten your eyes, you can also experience this condition.

* Yellow eyes .

Some dangerous liver diseases such as hepatitis, cirrhosis can be the cause of yellowing of the whites of the eyes. You should not ignore this symptom and see your doctor as soon as possible.

* White spots on eyes.

White spots on the eyes are an important sign of keratitis. This is the result of corneal abrasion and infection. People who often wear contact lenses are more likely to experience this condition. In particular, if you use contact lenses for a long time without changing, or wear them for too long without taking them off (for overnight), the risk of white spots appearing even higher.

* White circle around the iris .

If you have entered middle age, the white circle around the iris is nothing to worry about. However, if the white circle around the iris appeared when you were young, beware of the possible health hazards. Scientists believe that the white circle around the iris is closely related to high blood fat. Even people with a white circle around the iris have a higher risk of having a heart attack or stroke in the future.

* A yellow spot near the iris .

If you suddenly notice a yellow spot or white nodule near the iris, you most likely have pterygium (scientific name is pinguecula). This is one of the signs of aging of the conjunctiva and often appears in the elderly.

This condition is very common in people who are exposed to the sun a lot due to the effects of UV rays and are easily irritated by wind, dust and smoke. It looks unsightly, but the disease is usually very easy to cure with medicine, is harmless and does not affect your vision much.

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