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Eye Health: Common Causes And When To See A Doctor

Find answers to commonly asked questions about eye health.

What is Eye Health?

When you have good ocular health it means that you have at least 20/20 vision, you do not need any correction and your eyes are disease-free.

Eye Health Facts – How is the eye Designed and What is its Function?

  • The eye focuses on 50 different objects every second.

  • The brain is the only organ more complex than the eye

  • Your eyes can differentiate approximately 10 million different colours

  • You cannot sneeze with your eyes open

  • The human eye can function at 100% at any given moment and does not need to rest

  • It is possible to blink 5 times in a single second

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Frequently asked questions

Can I do anything to prevent issues with eye health?


If you know the different parts of the eye, it can help you to identify vision problems or eye health issues early on.

Eye Health can affect you irrespective of your age.

There can be various reasons for the development of eye health issues and determining the exact cause is essential to obtain proper treatment.





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