Eyes are a priceless gift of nature which should not only be taken care of but also checked regularly.
But did you know that through eye tests, eye problems can be detected along with life-threatening diseases. So let’s find out how?
High blood pressure:
Bleeding in the eyes is one of the symptoms of high blood pressure, medically known as subconjunctival hemorrhage, in which a small blood vessel near the surface of the eye bursts.
It can also be caused by straining the eyes during coughing and sneezing, head or eye injuries, rubbing the eyes, and wearing contact lenses for long periods of time.
Diabetes also affects the eyes and medical experts also advise people with diabetes to check their blood glucose levels.
In addition, people suffering from diabetes can see dark and floating spots and their vision becomes blurred, sometimes it is difficult to identify such patients.
A blue circle around the cornea of the eye indicates high cholesterol in the blood and can be detected by an eye test.
Eyes also give you an indication of thyroid, in which case the eyes become dry and there is difficulty in rotating the eyes, besides seeing the same image twice while such people tolerate bright light. Can not do it.
According to research, skin cancer is more likely to occur on the lower eyelids, smooth and rough eyelids should never be ignored.