1. Vision blurred suddenlyVision that suddenly becomes blurred can indicate a problem with blood flow to the eye or brain. If this happens often, then you need to see a doctor, because this could be a symptom of a stroke or other chronic illness.
2. Eyes bulgingGlaring eyes are a sign of graves disease. Graves' disease is a disorder of the immune system in the body that causes the thyroid gland to not function properly. In patients with graves' disease, the thyroid gland becomes aggressive and releases too much hormone, which can cause several health problems such as diarrhea, weight loss, and tremors in the hands. Hyperthyroidism that arises due to this disease can be overcome by carrying out several treatment options such as, hormone drugs, radioactive iodine, and surgery. However, performing surgery or using radioactivity can worsen the symptoms in the eye arising from this graves disease. If you experience these symptoms, it's better to do further tests and consult a doctor.
3. Vision often feels blurredOften feeling blurred on vision can be one sign of diabetes mellitus. Patients with type 1 or type 2 diabetes melabete are at risk of developing diabetic retinopathy , which is damage to the eye tissue due to rupture of the blood vessels of the eye. High blood sugar levels cause blocked blood vessels and blood flow to the eye does not flow properly, so the pressure around the eye blood vessels increases and then ruptures. Usually, doctors will overcome these complications by using a laser to cover the 'leakage' of broken blood vessels.
4. Circle around the corneaCorneal arcus , or gray circle around the cornea, is a gray circle that appears and is a pile of fat. If you are over 40 years old, this is only natural. But if you are under 40 years old, these symptoms can be a sign that you have high cholesterol in the body. High cholesterol levels can cause various chronic diseases such as coronary heart disease , stroke , diabetes mellitus, and heart failure .
5. Eyelid dropsA drooping eyelid usually occurs naturally in the elderly group, which is a natural sign of aging. Tendons in the eye function to open, close, or lift the eyelid. When entering old age, the tendon stretches and results in decreased eyelid. However, if children already have decreased eyelids, then it is possible that the child has amblyopia or lazy eye, which is an eye disorder from birth.
Not only that, drooping eyelids that occur before entering old age may indicate that there is damage to the nerves or eye tissue. This can lead to several chronic diseases such as, stroke, brain tumor, nerve cancer or muscle cancer. Myasthenia gravis is a nerve disorder that can also cause damage to the eye muscles that cause symptoms of decreased eyelid.