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Alexa murphy

Can heart disease cause eye problems?

It is very bad that i got heart disease. But i also suffers some eye problems like dry eyes. Can heart disease cause eye problems?
11/14/2012
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  • dale

    Yes, the heart disease may cause the eye problems. The heart disease is the floorboard of heart disease, including rheumatic heart disease, congenital heart disease, hypertensive heart disease, coronary heart disease and so on. Various kinds of heart disease clinical practice show that hand massage are the effective auxiliary method to prevent and control the heart disease. When you have the heart disease, you may find that it is difficult to have a good sleep or have the right pace of breath. Your blood circulation will work in disorder. Your eyes may feel dry because of the above bad symptoms of the body. However, the dry eyes may cause other related eye problems. You should eat more vegetables to calm down the blood circulation. You should control the mood to make it be in peace. You'd better go to see the doctor at regular time and find medical ways to treat the dry eyes.
    11/15/2012
  • BRUCE

    Yes, it could cause that. Through careful examination of the retina, your eye doctor can view small changes in the blood vessels in the back of the eye, which can indicate more serious diseases. In fact, the eye is the only area on the body where doctors have an unobstructed view of blood vessels in the human body. The cardiovascular diseases, including heart diseases, could lead to vision loss. It can occur when blood obstructs the retina, the eye is deprived of oxygen or the macula swells. On the other side, smoking, obesity and high cholesterol levels put both your heart health and your sight at risk.
    11/16/2012
  • b3autiful_s0ul

    As we all known, the most common symptom of heart disease is chest pain. Heart diseases also cause shortness of breath, irregular heartbeats, weakness, dizziness, and nausea. Some eye problems are related to heart disease indeed, such as vision changes. What's more, according to study, heart diseases also cause dark circles under eyes and do harmful for skin that around eyes.
    11/19/2012
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