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7. Swollen Eyelids? Causes and Treatments. A swollen eyelid happens when excess fluid (edema) builds up in the tissues around the eyes. This causes inflammation and makes the eyes look swollen. Swollen eyes affect both upper and lower eyelids with or without associated pain.⁣ → Link

6. A Guide to Ocular Migraine Vs Visual Migraine: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention. Some people may have episodes of temporary blindness, appearances of shattered glass, or the sensation of looking through a cracked window in their vision but they do not know what that phenomenon is called. Let us tell you what that might be. Temporary blindness in one eye or distorted vision may be caused by reduced blood flow in the retina or behind the eye. This is medically known as ocular migraines. This may also be caused by spasms in the blood vessels of the retina or the rear area of the eye. → Link

5. What Are Eye Boogers? The buildup of mucus in the eyes is referred to as the eye boogers. Normally, after every blink, the eyes should flush away the secretions in the eye. Throughout the day, a person’s eyes produce mucus known as “rheum” that leaves behind what is colloquially termed as eye boogers. → Link

4. Can Blue Light Damage Your Eyes? Your screen time on your devices like computers, smartphones, and television, exposes your eyes to risks of blue light. Nonetheless, science still has to prove that blue light causes damage to the eyes. Normally, after hours of staring at your devices, it puts a strain in your eyes which causes eye discomfort. This is what we call digital eye strain. This roots from decreased blinking of the eyes when focusing on the screen. This dries the eye and makes it feel more tired. → Link

3. The Impact of a Stroke on Vision. Rosanne Rodilosso, 79 years old, was handling papers at her Virginia home when she began to shake. She was also having difficulty communicating clearly. She sensed something was not right and grabbed the phone to ask for assistance. She was rushed to the hospital by emergency medical personnel, where she was diagnosed with a stroke. → Link

2. A New Contact Lens Monitors Intraocular Pressure (IOP) for 24 Hours. Intraocular pressure or IOP is the most important modifiable risk factor for glaucoma. Patients’ IOP is being monitored often throughout clinic hours. Only a portion of the IOP fluctuations throughout the day are captured in that time range. A longer monitoring span would give a more precise measurement of IOP and allow clinicians to offer patients better treatment options. → Link

1. The Negative Consequences of Botox. Pain at the injection site, infection, inflammation, swelling, redness, bleeding, and bruising are all possible side effects of Botox. Other allergy symptoms include itching, wheezing, asthma, a rash, red welts, dizziness, and faintness. If you have any breathing problems or feel faint or dizzy, call your doctor right away. → Link

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