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What are the Common Eye Disorders and Diseases?

There are so many different types of eye diseases and disorders that are impossible to keep track of, and the list is constantly expanding. However, the majority of people have a number of illnesses that can be detected. Illnesses like these affect people of all ages, including children and the elderly. It is not restricted to a particular age group or demographic.

People suffer from these illnesses every day. The following are some of the most common eye diseases:

  • Cataract
  • Glaucoma
  • Conjunctivitis
  • Dry eye syndrome
  • Night Blindness [Nyctalopia]

Despite the fact that these lists could go on and on, the diseases mentioned above are fairly common in most households.

What are Symptoms of (Disorders and Diseases)?

The symptoms of these disorders often start out as simple eye dryness or itching, but they eventually grow and become more serious. Although different people experience different symptoms, the most common symptoms identified by professionals are as follows:

  • Pain in eyes (Severe / Moderate);
  • Change of vision or sudden loss of eyesight;
  • Blurred vision;
  • Itching in eyes;
  • Sensitivity toward lights;
  • Watering eyes;


Disorder / Disease Symptoms Disorder / Disease Symptoms



·       Cloudy vision

·       Light Sensitivity

·       Unclear vision at night

·       Dual vision





·       Burning sensation

·       Itching in eyes

·       Eye pain

·       Reddened eye





·       Redness in eye

·       Unclear vision

·       Loss of Vision



Dry eye syndrome


·       Discomfort in eyes

·       Burning eyes

·       Itching in eyes



Night Blindness



·       Difficulty to see in dark

·       Light Sensitivity


How to take Treatment and Prevention from (Disorders and Diseases)?

It is common to see the symptoms listed above in a variety of people regardless of their body type. These are treatable and can be treated without posing any risk to one’s life if they are detected early enough. The therapy process varies depending on the condition. The treatments can be either medical or surgical, depending on the stage or severity of the case.

In order to ensure the safety of your eyes, you should have regular check-ups with your ophthalmologist at regular intervals. Prevention is always better than cure.

It is better to take care of your eyes right from the start in order to prevent any mishaps:

  • A healthy diet;
  • Regular check-ups;
  • Drinking water in proper amounts;
  • Taking proper care of eyes;
  • Saving the damage by covering your eyes while moving out;
  • Usage of goggles / helmets.

Our goal at M M Chokshi Eye Hospital is to be a one-stop solution to all eye-related problems. To prevent harm to your eyes, get a check-up as soon as possible.

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