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Eyes are known as the windows to each person's soul, so you need to pay special attention to the health of your eyes. Nowadays, there are many influencing factors such as dust and smoke, unsafe living environment, inappropriate living regime along with overuse of electrical devices that overload the eyes. 10 dangerous eye diseases that seriously affect your eye health include: • Uveitis Uveitis causes inflammation inside the eye, causing it to become red and swollen. The disease can spread, destroy the eyes very quickly and even cause blindness if not treated early and promptly. People with weakened immune systems such as AIDS, rheumatoid arthritis, and stomach ulcers are susceptible to uveitis. Disease with symptoms: slightly red eyes, glare from sunlight, pain or inflammation deep inside. The above symptoms may recur. If you see any unusual signs in your eyes, immediately go to the nearest eye hospital or general hospital with an eye specialist. • Macular degeneration Macular degeneration is the world's leading cause of vision loss, accounting for about 50% of cases of visual impairment. This is a disease closely related to age. People over 50 years old are often susceptible to the disease. Although the disease does not cause complete blindness, it will seriously affect the ability to read, drive, and recognize colors. The disease is often only discovered when it has progressed seriously, because the disease has no symptoms, so it is difficult to detect the disease. • Glaucoma Glaucoma is the second leading cause of permanent blindness in the world. The disease is common in people over 40 years old, and people with a family history of glaucoma are at higher risk than others. The main cause of the disease is an increase in fluid pressure in the eye, causing damage to the optic nerve, affecting eye vision. Glaucoma can occur suddenly without symptoms. To control and promptly detect the disease, you need regular eye exams.• Pink eye Pink eye is also known as conjunctivitis. This is a benign disease, but pink eye is highly contagious from person to person through the respiratory tract, secretions or shared objects... and can easily break out into an epidemic if there are no measures to limit the spread. . • Cataract Cataracts are also known as dry cataracts, or cataracts or cataracts. This is a phenomenon in which the lens in the eye becomes opaque and no longer transparent, causing reduced vision in the patient. The disease's initial symptoms are blurred vision and [url=https://colorblind-test.io]color blind test[/url], and over time can lead to blindness.

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Eyes are known as the windows to each person's soul, so you need to pay special attention to the health of your eyes. Nowadays, there are many influencing factors such as dust and smoke, unsafe living environment, inappropriate living regime along with overuse of electrical devices that overload the eyes. 10 dangerous eye diseases that seriously affect your eye health include: • Uveitis Uveitis causes inflammation inside the eye, causing it to become red and swollen. The disease can spread, destroy the eyes very quickly and even cause blindness if not treated early and promptly. People with weakened immune systems such as AIDS, rheumatoid arthritis, and stomach ulcers are susceptible to uveitis. Disease with symptoms: slightly red eyes, glare from sunlight, pain or inflammation deep inside. The above symptoms may recur. If you see any unusual signs in your eyes, immediately go to the nearest eye hospital or general hospital with an eye specialist. • Macular degeneration Macular degeneration is the world's leading cause of vision loss, accounting for about 50% of cases of visual impairment. This is a disease closely related to age. People over 50 years old are often susceptible to the disease. Although the disease does not cause complete blindness, it will seriously affect the ability to read, drive, and recognize colors. The disease is often only discovered when it has progressed seriously, because the disease has no symptoms, so it is difficult to detect the disease. • Glaucoma Glaucoma is the second leading cause of permanent blindness in the world. The disease is common in people over 40 years old, and people with a family history of glaucoma are at higher risk than others. The main cause of the disease is an increase in fluid pressure in the eye, causing damage to the optic nerve, affecting eye vision. Glaucoma can occur suddenly without symptoms. To control and promptly detect the disease, you need regular eye exams.• Pink eye Pink eye is also known as conjunctivitis. This is a benign disease, but pink eye is highly contagious from person to person through the respiratory tract, secretions or shared objects... and can easily break out into an epidemic if there are no measures to limit the spread. . • Cataract Cataracts are also known as dry cataracts, or cataracts or cataracts. This is a phenomenon in which the lens in the eye becomes opaque and no longer transparent, causing reduced vision in the patient. The disease's initial symptoms are blurred vision and [url=https://colorblind-test.io]color blind test[/url], and over time can lead to blindness.
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