8 Things Your Eyes Tell You About Your Health

Our eyes are the doorway to our heart. They reflect our emotions and our inner being.Sometimes, we can conclude a lot from the expression of the eyes. The eyes have always been a source of inspiration to the poets, authors, and artists since time immemorial.


So it is not only important but all essential to care for our eyes. Now, let us check out, what our eyes tell about our health.

Permanent Sty

A lump on the eyelid happens to be a sty and it is caused due to a blocked sebaceous gland. Mostly it goes away with time. And it is a cause of irritation when it persists longer.

However, if the sty keeps reappearing, or persists without healing it might be a case of sebaceous gland carcinoma and it is advisable to visit the doctor at the earliest.


Loss Of Eyebrows

Aging, stress, or nutrient deficiency are the most common causes of eyebrow loss. And very rarely the reason could be Alopecia areata or spot baldness.

Sometimes hypothyroidism — an acute shortage of thyroid hormones in extreme cases can lead to hair loss. So always visit the doctor to confirm the cause.




Blurred Vision

Prolonged hours on computers at home or at work causes burning of eyes or blurred vision. Doctors term it as  “digital eye strain“ or ”dry eye syndrome.” So it is advisable to visit the doctor at the earliest.



Blind Spots

Blind spots can be frightening. If the picture you get is accompanied by sparkling dots or wavy lines along with headaches it could be a migraine with aura.

Check with your doctor if you have these symptoms to determine your trigger.



Bulging Eyes

If there is a feeling of constant bulging of eyes and when blinked several times does not get cleared, it might indicate a symptom of thyroid (or Graves) eye disease where the thyroid is overactive.

One of the symptoms which make the bulge graver is the difficulty in the closing of eyes. Check with your doctor on your symptoms.




Yellow Whites

Yellow whites occur when both adults and newborns with the undeveloped liver function face jaundice. There is a possibility of the state of a gallbladder or bile ducts. So rush to the doctor to find the reason in the case of yellow whites.



Cloudy vision with Diabetes

Diabetic retinopathy — a state caused by damage to blood vessels in the photosensitive retina tissue. It is one among the major reasons for a cloudy vision. Please do contact a specialist at the onset of symptoms.



Impaired or cloudy vision, vision lossImpaired or cloudy vision, vision loss can be alarming and needs immediate medical attention.