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Category: Keratoconus

World Keratoconus Awareness Day

World-Keratoconus-Awareness-Day

Every year, the 10th of November is observed as the ‘World Keratoconus Awareness Day’. This day aims at creating awareness about its impact on people who are suffering from it and their family and friends. It is essential to educate people about all the symptoms and causes of it. Several health care units and hospitals Read More

Keratoconus Causes Blindness? NO

Keratoconus Causes Blindness? NO

Keratoconus is not at all a blinding condition but a progressive condition that causes bulging of the cornea and can cause blurred vision, light sensitivity and glare. It is a degenerative disease of cornea that causes it to gradually thinning and taking the shape of cone. This cone shape prevents light from focusing precisely and Read More

Your Mobile Phone is Causing Keratoconus

Your Mobile Phone is Causing Keratoconus

The first thing that we all do after getting up in the morning is to check up our cell phone. Whether you’ve got an office job or not still we spend a lot of time in front of our digital screens. Modern LED Televisions, tablets and even mobile phones can lead to digital eye strain. Read More

Keratoconus can cause Double Vision

Keratoconus can cause Double Vision

Your eye deserves a perfect shape, don’t spoil it with Keratoconus. Keratoconus occurs when the cornea is not strong enough to hold the spherical shape and bulges out like a cone.  It usually occurs with an imbalance in enzymes and more exposure to UV rays. Symptoms of Keratoconus are: Blurry vision Double vision Nearsightedness Astigmatism Read More

Are you rubbing your eyes too often? It may be Keratoconus

Are you rubbing your eyes too often. It may be Keratoconus

Rubbing the eyes seems like a harmless thing to do that’s the reason why we do it regularly whatever the reason maybe. It stimulates tear to flow, lubricating dry eyes and removing dust. You might feel good after rubbing your eyes but it’s not the best thing for you. It might give you relaxation for Read More

5 things you should know about Keratoconus

5 things you should know about Keratoconus

1 in 2,000 people gets diagnosed with Keratoconus and you probably don’t even know about it. Keratoconus is an eye condition that results when the cornea bulges outward into a cone shape rather than taking spherical shape. The dome-shape cornea is held together by collagen and when these protein fibers weaken, cornea takes the shape Read More

Understanding Keratoconus

Keratoconus is an eye disorder which causes thinning of the cornea. It also causes a change in the shape of the cornea. The cornea of our eyes, which is a dome-shaped structure, turns conic under Keratoconus. Cornea is the outermost layer of our eyes. It allows the rays of light to enter the eyes and Read More