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How To Spot Eye Disease  

Eyes are very precious, and once it is lost, even partially lost, it may be impossible to recover. While vision may get imperiled by lots of things, however, the most common causes of vision impairment are diseases of the eye.

Eye diseases like glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, retinitis pigmentosa, and others endanger the vision of majority of American people every year.

You can consult eye doctors trained in diagnosing and curing eye diseases. To early detect and treat these sight-threatening diseases you would need to undergo regular inclusive eye exams. Early detection and treatment offer the best hope of saving your sight.

Usually, common types of eye disorders consist of redness, itching, swelling, burning, trauma, pain, blur i.e. decrease in vision, spots, flashes and floaters.

The eyes can turn red for several reasons which are infection, irritation, allergy, broken blood vessels and trauma. In such cases, do not rub your eyes. Always wash your hands before touching your eyes.

Sometimes, tiny blood vessels in the white of the eye can crack from straining, lifting, rubbing causing subconjunctival hemorrhages. Getting punched in the eye can lead to redness, pain and blurred vision. If you experience eye itchiness, it may be because of some kind of allergy.
Atypical puffiness in the region of the eyes is a symptom of an allergy. Furthermore, eye burning can be caused by allergy, dryness, tiredness, vision stress due to computer work or a amalgamation of the above. If any eye problem exists for long, immediately consult your eye doctor.

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