8 Things That Your Eyes Can Tell You About Your Health



Eyes play a vital role in our day to day lives and are perhaps the most precious gift we have.

Therefore, good eyesight is very important for our daily activities like reading, watching television, internet surfing, driving etc.

However, there are many people amongst us who are affected by vision defects.

Also, the eyes could tell us more about our health by simply looking at these signs:

* DISAPPEARING EYEBROWS

This is a common sign of thyroid disease when the outer third of your eyebrow starts to disappear on its own.

* A STYE THAT WON’T GO AWAY

It could be a rare cancer called sebaceous gland carcinoma if it doesn’t clear up in three months, or keeps recurring in the same location.

* BURNING EYES, BLURRY VISION WHILE USING A COMPUTER

This is the result of “computer vision syndrome” (CVS). By the lack of contrast on a computer screen, and the extra work involved in focusing on pixels is partly caused the eyestrain .

* A SMALL BLIND SPOT IN YOUR VISION, WITH SHIMMERING LIGHTS OR A WAVY LINE

A migraine aura produces this disturbed vision. It may or may not be accompanied by a headache.

* WHITES OF THE EYE TURNED YELLOWISH

This is known as jaundice. It appears in either newborns with immature liver function, or adults with problems of the liver, gallbladder, or bile ducts.

* EYES SEEMS TO BULGE

Hyperthyroidism, which is over activity of the thyroid gland  is the most common cause of protruding eyes.

* SUDDEN DOUBLE VISION, DIM VISION, OR LOSS OF VISION

These are the visual warning signs of stroke.

* BLURRED VISION IN A DIABETIC

For several eye problems diabetics are at increased risk, but the most common is diabetic retinopathy, in which diabetes affects the circulatory system of the eye,  leading to blindness.

Natural, Common-Sense Strategies to Help Protect Healthy Vision

It’s important to address some of the lifestyle basics that can impact your vision. These common-sense strategies  will help protect your vision as you age.

1. Quit smoking
2  Care for your cardiovascular system. 
3. Normalize your blood sugar.
4. Eat plenty of fresh dark green leafy vegetables, especially kale.
5. Get plenty of healthy omega-3 fat.
6. Avoid trans fats.
7. Avoid aspartame.




Source: TAUN , Healthy Food Spot
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