Medically termed “Cataract” is the clouding of the crystalline lens in our eyes (Boyd, DeAngelis, & Turbert, 2019). The crystalline lens is located behind the coloured part of our eyes (iris). The crystalline lens helps to focus light onto the back part of our eyes (retina) which is responsible for transporting images to the brain for interpretation.
Meet Sheena Lim, a 26 years old Senior Executive Human Resource, who spends almost 12 hours a day in front of her computer screen for the past 3.5 years. Sheena also uses her phone for internet, social media, watching videos and emails. Recently, she is experiencing headaches and strained eyes with dryness.
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