Most people think that LASIK will improve their night vision. And yes, it will! But the question is: will you actually be able to see better at night?
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Most cataracts develop slowly over time and will not greatly affect eyesight in the early stages. Cataracts are the clouding of the lens of the eye either due to natural aging or injury. Proteins and fibers in the lens of the eye begin to break down causing the formation of the cataract to create a haziness or blurriness in vision.
It happens to the best of us at some point in our lives; you could be sitting in a movie theater, driving to work, or just relaxing on the couch, when all of the sudden your eyelid starts to twitch. Eyelid twitching (or myokymia) is an involuntary eyelid muscle contraction, which typically affects your lower eyelid, not your actual eyeball. An eye twitch (albeit annoying) is usually nothing serious. These spasms are pretty common and may come and go, without an identifiable trigger.