Dry eyes, just as the name suggests, is a condition that refers to eyes that don not produce enough tears. It is interesting to note that even when you are full of joy, your eyes are still, in fact, full of tears.
In today’s modern world, one of the most common eye problems that people face is eye strain. There are a myriad reasons why this strain occurs. Some of these reasons include poor sleeping patterns, the use of digital devices for prolonged periods of time as well as poor lighting within the house.
An eye stye is a bright red lump that forms along the edges of the eye lid. The lump is tough to touch, and may be filled with pus depending on the extent of the infection.
Pink eye refers to the redness of the membrane that surrounds the eye lid and the surface of the eye. This membrane is also known as the conjunctiva. In a perfectly healthy eye, this membrane is often clear, so that infections cause irritation and reddening of the conjunctiva.
Welder’s flash, medically referred to as corneal flash burns, is a condition that causes damage to the cornea following exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays.
Xanthelasma is a type of skin condition that causes the formation of cholesterol deposits below the skin. The most common location for these deposits is the inner part of the eyelid, resulting in typically unsightly bumps of fat.
Yellow eyes is a medical condition that occurs when the membrane that surrounds the eye (known as the sclera) turns yellow.