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Eye diseases

Global data show that the fear of losing vision is one of the worst phobia of humanity in the civilized world. Eye disease can occur at any age, and a variety of forms of ocular pathology is large.

The diseases of the optical apparatus of the eye include nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), and astigmatism (often congenital). The reason for the age farsightedness (presbyopia) is mainly reducing the ability to change the curvature of the lens. This process begins around the age of 25 years, but only to 40-50 years leads to a reduction of the ability to read at a normal distance from the eye lens (25-30 cm). By about 65 years ols, the eye almost completely loses its capacity for accommodation.

One of the most common diseases of the eye and the primary cause of reduced vision amongst people over 55 years is a cataract - the deterioration of lens transparency. In addition to age-related cataract lens, opacities occur as a result of injury, damage due to certain types of radiation, certain medications and some diseases such as diabetes, glaucoma, myopia, and others.

The most common age-related eye diseases are cataracts, macular degeneration, optic nerve atrophy. Not less relevant is glaucoma and disorders of visual acuity (nearsightedness and presbyopia age - long-sightedness). The aging of view - "presbyopia" (from the Greek. "Presbus" - an old man, "ops" - vision) - occurs among people with normal visual acuity at the age of 40, when they have worse vision when performing fine work at close distance (reading , sewing, work with your computer).

Working at the computer for many hours often develops a so-called "computer eye syndrome» (CVS), which may be one of the causes of premature aging of view, the development of myopia or hyperopia and their progression. Today, a sharp increase of the intensity of the visual load dictates the high quality requirements, and the need for the choice of vision correction.

We are taught to protect our eyes from childhood, but in the rapid pace of life we forget the good advice of parents, teachers and doctors, and, unfortunately, have no clear idea of how to preserve our eyesight for years.


We begin to pay for a frivolous attitude toward ourselves when we are over forty. At this age, there are involution (aging) changes in various organs and body systems, including eyes. Many genetic diseases are also observed at this age. A ground for them may be metabolic, and various diseases such as diabetes and atherosclerosis is genetically caused by premature aging. No one avoids age-related changes of the vision.


For two hundred years, scientists have been trying to discover a way that would protect our eyes from the ravages of the "benefits of civilization."


Many diseases of the human body, including eyes, are asymptomatic. Eye disease usually comes suddenly, that is why the patient who was told by the doctor about their diagnosis experiences confusion, anxiety


Among the many causes leading to the deterioration of vision one can distinguish:


  • age
  • adverse economic and environmental factors
  • chronic cardiovascular and metabolic diseases
  • smoking
  • frequent and prolonged stress
  • deficiency of vitamins, antioxidants, and trace elements (selenium and zinc) in the diet

Among gerontologists (doctors who treat age-related changes) the saying is well-known: "The older we get, the more we value the independence, we want to remain active and full of feelings, and the ability to see is even more important for us".

Eyes play an enormous role in our lives. We collect information about the world through the eyes, consider the items, talking, seeing our companions, assess whether there is any danger around us. They are one of the principal organs of the body. In the world there are many eye diseases, some of them are curable, some, unfortunately, not. We get some kind of diseases during our loves, while some of them are inborn. The most common disease of the older generation is a cataract. This insidious disease slowly but surely takes the sight away from a person.

And now a few words about the eye disease themselves.

Blepharitis. An inflammation of the disease starts at the edge of the lid which is often covered with sores and crust.

Barley is a bright red painful wart on the inner corner of the eye-lid. In most cases, the barley is small (its diameter is a few millimeters). Normally, it disappears by itself (in some cases an autopsy prior to the separation of pus is necessary).

Conjunctivitis is and inflammation of conjunctive (the transparent tissue that covers the eye from the outside world). It gets red, swells, it becomes uneven terrain. In most cases, viral conjunctivitis begins with SARS.

Spring catarrh is a disease which is seasonal by nature. Symptoms of the disease are similar to the regular conjunctivitis, but the spring catarrh but (as the name implies) begins in the spring, and passing into the chronic form; it may last for years, sharpening each spring.

Chalazion - suddenly a dense three-dimensional formation of the eyelid appears which does not vary in size and do not dissapear.

Trachoma - the course of the disease is the same as during viral conjunctivitis, but does not dissapear for a long time (it can take months).

Abscess of the eye-lid - it can be located in any part of the lid. In this case the eye is red, sore. The main feature of this eye disease - is the size of the abscess. Its size can be from five millimeters to several centimeters (there are cases where the abscess is of the size of the eyelid, which in this case is much thicker).

Ectropion – the eyelid is turned inside out (deformed), and does not reduce a back. It proceeds without inflammation.

Omission of the eye-lid (ptosis) – the eye-lid does not cover the eye completely. The disease proceeds without an inflammation. It may be a symptom of a number of inflammatory diseases.

This article was published on 16 November 2018.
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