Monday, August 1, 2016

THINGS YOUR EYES CAN TELL YOU ABOUT YOUR HEALTH (IF YOU KNOW WHAT LOOK FOR)






Did you know that your eyes are the mirror of your health? There are 14 things that your eyes can tell about your health. Among them are:

THINGS YOUR EYES CAN TELL YOU ABOUT YOUR HEALTH (IF YOU KNOW WHAT LOOK FOR)

DISAPPEARING EYEBROWS

If a third of your eyebrows fall out, it may indicate a thyroid disease.

A STYE THAT WON’T GO AWAY

If the stay doesn’t go away for more than three months or it keeps re-occurring at the same area, it is very likely that you are suffering from a rare cancer called sebaceous gland carcinoma.

BURNING EYES, BLURRY VISION WHILE USING A COMPUTER

Lack of contrast on a computer screen combined with extra work leads to eyestrain, which then leads to development f ‘computer vision syndrome’ (CVS).

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

Disturbed vision is often caused by migraine aura, which may or may not be followed by a headache.

WHITES OF THE EYE TURNED YELLOWISH

This condition is commonly known as jaundice and it mainly affects newborns with immature liver function as well as those suffering from bile ducts, gallbladder, and liver issues.

EYES THAT SEEM TO BULGE

Protruding eyes are mostly caused by overactive thyroid gland, known as hyperthyroidism.

SUDDEN DOUBLE VISION, DIM VISION, OR LOSS OF VISION

In most cases dim vision, loss of vision and double vision are warning signs of a stroke.

BLURRED VISION IN A DIABETIC

Diabetics are more prone to eye problems, especially to diabetic retinopathy, a condition in which the circulatory system of the eye is affected by the disease. This condition is the leading cause of blindness in American adults.

You shouldn’t take vision for granted as eyesight is one of the most precious senses. If you don’t care about your eyes and take these signs for granted, you are at an increased risk of blindness, as many other diabetics. Did you know that 1 in 4 Americans are either pre-diabetic or diabetic?

When it comes to the prevalence of vision problems, it is worth mentioning that the increased use of computers and video display terminals are the major culprits.


IS POOR VISION INEVITABLE AS YOU AGE?

This is a total myth. However, if you are not cautious enough, the modern lifestyle may take its toll and contribute to poor vision. Luckily, there are many preventive measures available which can help you maintain good vision. For instance, people over the age of 60 should take high quality nutritional supplements and additional vision support. Groups of people who MUST take additional vision support are the ones below:

Smokers
Obese people
Diabetics
Those who spend a lot of time staring at a computer

Iridology—Your Eyes as the Mirrors of Your Health?

The Yahoo Health article presents a couple of interesting link between the eyes and the overall health. There is even a study in regard to this topic, which used an alternative technique called Iridology, a study of the iris of the eye. Although this study dates from the mid 17th century, mainstream medicine hasn’t accepted it yet.

According to this technique, various characteristics of the iris zone, such as colors and patterns, tell a lot about the systemic health. This is done with the help of examination of the iris and matching it to iris charts. These charts allow the iridologist identify systems and organs in the body which may be inflamed.

In case you decide to give this technique a try, make sure you visit a licensed medical practitioner as iridologists are not obliged to have license.

When compared to our ancestors, we are exposed to higher levels of oxidation. Today`s environment is heavily contaminated and the depletion of the ozone layer causes stronger sunlight, directly exposing the eyes to more free radicals.

Moreover, the pollution, contaminants in the food and water, high stress levels, and pharmaceutical drugs also negatively affect the body`s organs, including the eyes.

via healthylifevision.com