8 THINGS YOUR EYES ARE TRYING TO TELL YOU ABOUT YOUR HEALTH !!

The human body is an amazing thing. When something isn’t going well, your body has a way of sending you signals or symptoms.

 

ONE OF THE WAYS YOUR BODY LETS YOU KNOW THAT SOMETHING IS NOT WELL IS THROUGH YOUR EYES. BELIEVE IT OR NOT, YOUR EYES CAN ACT AS A WINDOW INTO YOUR HEALTH.

Here are eight eye conditions, and what they mean in terms of your health.

1.    A PERSISTING STYE

Stye’s can be painful and irritating, but they usually disappear in a few days. If you have a stye that hasn’t cleared up after about three months, it could be a sign of a rare cancer known as sebaceous gland carcinoma. The same may be true for a stye that keeps happening in the same spot.

2.    EYEBROW HAIR LOSS

Hair loss happens for a variety of reasons. If your eyebrow starts to disappear, there may be a more serious problem. Eyebrow hair loss can be an indicator of thyroid disease.

3.    BLURRY VISION

If you’re a frequent computer user, you may experience burning eyes or blurry vision. If your vision becomes blurry while you’re staring at a computer screen, it’s the result of computer vision syndrome. Your eyes become strained due to the lack of contrast on the computer screen, combined with the extra work of focusing on pixels.

4.    A BLIND SPOT

A small blind spot in your vision might have a deeper meaning. If you’re experiencing a blind spot with shimmering lights or a wavy line, it may be because of a migraine aura. Blind spots may occur with headache.

5.    BULGING EYES

If you feel a bulging sensation in your eyes, it could be related to your thyroid. The most common cause of protruding eyes is an overactive thyroid gland, that is known as hyperthyroidism.

6.    WHITES OF THE EYES TURN YELLOW

This condition is known as jaundice. It frequently appears in newborns with immature liver function, but it can also appear in adults. If jaundice appears in an adult, it’s a sign of liver, gallbladder or bile duct problems.

7.    BLURRED VISION IN A DIABETIC

People with diabetes are at an increased risk for several different eye problems. The most common is diabetic retinopathy. This condition affects the circulatory system of the eye.

8.    DOUBLE VISION, DIM VISION OR VISION LOSS

If you experience a double vision, dim vision or loss of vision, see a health care professional immediately. These can all be warning signs of a stroke