Effect Of Night Sleep On Cylinder Eyes?
Hello doctor ….. I want to ask is it true that sleeping at night will add astigmatism to the eyes?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. It is not true that staying up late will add to the cylindrical eyes. More broadly, it is not true that late sleep will cause eye disease in any form.
Astigmatism or cylindrical eyes are visual disturbances due to abnormalities in the curvature of the cornea or lens. This causes a person difficulty in seeing near or far, and requires them to wear special cylindrical lenses, which causes the sufferer to be called having cylindrical eyes. The cause of this condition is still unknown, but it is thought to be related to heredity, eye injury, or side effects of surgery on the eye. Other factors that are not a cause, but can increase the risk are nearsightedness or nearsightedness that is already severe, suffer from certain syndromes, have bumps on the eyelids, be born prematurely, or experience corneal thinning.
So it's not right that late sleep causes astigmatism. But there are habits that are not good with regards to staying up late. Often people have turned off their room lights, but still use cellphones in the dark. This can make the eyes tired, and increase the risk of damage to the eyes. So if you really need to sleep late, make sure you keep creating a comfortable environment for your eyes and body. So, hopefully answering your question.