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Frequently Asked Questions
How do the eyes work?
We all know how important our eyes are. It is a very intricate and clever body part. The light rays get into the eye through the cornea, which bends the light for it to pass directly through the pupil found at the centre of the iris. If you have observed how a camera shutter works, it is very similar to the eyes. It controls the opening, from smaller to wider, depending on the amount of light that enters the eyes.
When the light passes through the retina at the back of your eye, the image you are staring at will be flipped upside down. This is due to the shape of the eyes and the angle of the entry of light. This upside-down image is sent to the brain through the optic nerve, where it is flipped back up for you to comprehend the image you are looking at.
We owe the superb clarity of our sight from the out-of-this-world engineering of the cornea. The camera can never mimic the clarity of our eyes. The two crucial factors for clear eyesight is transparency and smoothness which begins with our corneas.
The cornea is located at the outermost part of the eye which makes it vulnerable to damage. As it is the first stage of sight, any damage will affect your overall sight.
What are the most common eye complaints?
Many minor eye issues are linked to its moisture. Dry eyes can happen due to tiredness or lack of sleep. The noticeable sign is the red, bloodshot look that it brings. It can also make the eyes itchy or sore. However, be wary with eye redness as it can also be a manifestation of other eye problems like allergies, sun damage or inflammation such as conjunctivitis.
On the other hand, when there is excess moisture in the eyes, it can also be annoying. This is known as “tearing”, and people who suffer from this get watery eyes because of exposure to light, wind or temperature changes.
Many people also experience eye strain. This results from overworked eyes. If you are using a computer or reading a lot as well as driving for long periods, your eyes can get tired and will require some rest. If you are long or short-sighted and you are not wearing the prescribed glasses for this, it will also strain the eyes. If you suffer from eye strain frequently, you should visit an optician.
How do I take care of my eyes?
First, you need to ensure that your eyes don’t get overworked, so it is essential to take regular breaks to avoid eye strains. If your work requires facing the computer all day, allow some short breaks from the screen to provide some rest for the eyes.
It is also advisable to wear sunglasses every time you are out in the sun. Choose the ones that have UVA and UVB protection, instead of just fashionable ones. If your job or activity requires the use of hazardous chemicals or other airborne materials, always wear a protective gear to prevent any irritation or damage to your eyes.
You can always turn to True Medical for effective relief of day-to-day eye problems. We have gentle eye drops that mimic your natural tears to help moisturise your eyes and prevent irritation, redness, and soreness.
Aside from external protection for your eyes, you can also enrich it from the inside by eating well-balanced meals. Make sure to incorporate healthy nutrients to your diets such as zinc, omega-3 fatty acids, and vitamins C and E to prevent age-related vision concerns.