Wednesday, December 17, 2008

dry eye or blurred vision

People living with Parkinson’s often have trouble with their eyes

Parkinson's disease can short-circuit nerve signals between your eyes and your brain. It can so impair the muscles and nerves that control eye movement.

I have dry eyes/without tears that caused my eye tired and sensitivity to light when I am driving or reading.

To alleviate eye problems I use more light when you read besides I use tears eye drop daily

Dry eyes are caused by a lack of tears. Tears are necessary for the normal lubrication of your eyes and to wash away particles and foreign bodies

It's hard to distinguish between Parkinson's disease-related eye problems and natural, age-related changes in vision.

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