Eye Myths & Facts
Eye fact and myths should properly distinguish, to know the procedure for good eye care is the first step for protecting the eyesight.
Eye Myth & Facts
There are various myths regarding eye, come on let us prove it wrong with facts.
- Myth: Failure to use proper glasses will further increase the power of the eyes.
- Fact: Corrective glasses or contacts are requiring improving eye vision, still using the eyes with or without glasses do not hurt them further.
- Myth: Reading in dim light can hurt eyes.
- Fact: Reading in dim light can cause eyestrain, but it will not hurt the eyes.
- Myth: Eating carrots will improve eye vision.
- Fact: It is a truth that carrots are high in Vitamin A an essential vitamin for eyesight, but only a small quantity is enough for good eye vision.
- Myth: Nothing can do to prevent vision loss.
- Fact: Regular eye exams and proper treatment if necessary can stop vision loss.
- Myth: Eye exam is needed only when have any eye problems.
- Fact: Everyone should do a regular eye exam, whether or not have any signs of problems.
- Myth: Never watch TV at a close distance.
- Fact: There is no scientific evidence that says watching TV at a close distance is bad for the eyes.
- Myth: There is no need to exam eyes until 40s and 50s years old.
- Fact: Eye disease can happen at any age, thus need a periodic eye exam.
Some interesting eye facts
- Eyes are the most complex organs next to brain.
- Eyes are made of more than two million working parts.
- Tears are mean to protect the eye. It contains natural antibiotics; it prevents the eye from dry out and contain certain fats that limit the evaporation of tears.
- Eyes external muscles that move the eyes are the strongest muscles in the human body for that particular job. They are 100 times more powerful than requirement.
- Eyes begin to develop two weeks after conception.
- Eyelashes work like windshields to take away the dust, other impurities, and tears that form to protect the eyes from drying out.
- Eyes are always the same size from birth to death without growth.
- Older we are the less the tears we produce.
- Can use the eyes as much as one can - they do not wear out.
- Blinking helps to wash eyeballs with tears and keeps them clean and moist. Furthermore, if something is about to hit the eye, eyelid blinks without our knowledge.
- Number one cause of blindness in adults is diabetes.
- Human eyeball weighs approximately 28 grams.
- The cornea is the only living tissue in the human body that does not contain any blood vessels.
- Research has indicated that a tight necktie increase the risk of glaucoma.
- All babies are color blind when they are born.
- Iris is a colored muscle. Thus, few individuals have BLUE, BROWN, GREEN, GRAY OR BLACK, colored eye that is the color of the iris.
- A normal person blinks about 12 times a minute. That is a 10,080 blinks in 14 waking hours. In addition, an approximately 10,000,000 eye blinks a year!
- During eye blink, eye shuts for 0.3 seconds, that shut off time total will be 30 minutes each day!
- An eagle can be able to see a rabbit about 1 mile or 1760 yards away. A normal person required to be about 550 yards away to see the same rabbit.
- The human eyeball measures about 1 inch (2.5 cm) in diameter. Only 1/6th is exposing to the front portion.
- Retina is about the size of a postage stamp with 130 million light sensitive cells.
- Smoking increases the risk of some eye diseases such as age-related macular degeneration and cataracts.