, if the test for health (entering the service) must be able to squint both eyes, now I can only get the left one if the right one is a bit difficult, what is the solution, can it be trained or what?
To squint the eyes requires coordination of the eyelid muscles, cheek muscles, forehead muscles, and its surroundings. Some people squint easily, others require more effort. There are several factors that can make it difficult for someone to squint, including:
Injury to the muscles or innervation of the eyelids
Sores on the eyelids
Ptosis or a condition of the drooping eyelid
The presence of lumps on the eyelids such as kalazion and hordeolum / stye
In the meantime you can try to train the muscles around the eyes to squint. If you have trouble and you feel other symptoms that accompany difficulty squinting, you should check with an eye doctor directly so that you can determine whether there are other abnormalities or not. If certain abnormalities are found, the doctor can provide further treatment for you.
Thank you and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y