The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends kids under five spend an hour or less on digital screens a day. Children under one are recommended not to use electronic gadgets at all.
Dry eyes may not sound so alarming, but this condition causes a lot of discomfort to those suffering from it. Moreover, it can lead to more serious eye problems, such as damage to the front surface of the eye or vision impairment.
It can be tempting to wear your contact lenses while swimming. However, experts are all in agreement that you should avoid swimming with contact lenses.
You may have puffy eyes due to inherited features, eye fatigue or skin texture. You’re also more likely to have them as you age because the tissues surrounding the eyes become weaker.
Elevated eye pressure, age, family history and ethnicity are common risk factors for glaucoma. However, studies suggest low blood pressure or perfusion pressure also contributes to the development of the condition.