Winter prone four kinds of eye disease
Cold weather to go out to do the best eye protection, windy weather is best to reduce travel. Yingfengliulei more common in the elderly, if the nasolacrimal duct is open, and may be suffering from chronic conjunctivitis or trachoma, the case of cold, irritated eyes are tearing. In addition, as we age, the body’s degeneration, ocular tissue function will gradually decline, there will be Yingfengliulei natural reaction, it is recommended to the hospital for further treatment after diagnosed in this population. Winter is dry, tear evaporation more, plus a lot of people to reduce outdoor activities, often stay home to watch television, the Internet, etc., close overuse, it is prone to dry eyes, astringent and other symptoms. For dry eye, ocular recommended the exclusion of the premise and systemic disease remedy, if autoimmune diseases, endocrine disorders, caused by vitamin deficiency, we must first treat these diseases. For tear-deficient dry eye, artificial tears may drop some of the long-term use, it is recommended to use preservative-free artificial tears to moisten the eye. Glaucoma high-risk groups, such as diabetes, hypertension patients, 40 years or older who have a family history of glaucoma, high myopia, hyperopia, such as eye disease, if there is nausea Yu Tu, dizziness, discomfort, pain and other symptoms when his eyes, we must consider the possibility of glaucoma, and timely medical treatment. Medicine “in the eyes of the wind”, also known as central retinal artery occlusion, the disease ferocious, extremely harmful to eyesight, difficult to cure, so prevention should be strengthened, especially in these high-risk groups: people with atherosclerosis, hypertension, diabetes and smoking in the elderly. In life should remain balanced diet, proper diet, avoid eating high-fat, high-sugar, high-salt foods; avoid overwork, excessive mood swings; adequate sleep, feelings of relaxation, moderate exercise, warm warm; regular checks of blood pressure, blood lipids, blood sugar and blood viscosity, thereby reducing the incidence of central retinal artery occlusion.