Fun Vision Facts – Part 5

Fun Vision Facts – Part 5

There is no doubt that the health and well-being of your eyes is important and serious. However, every now and then it is nice to enjoy the lighter side of eye health. The following list will enlighten you with some fun and interesting facts about your vision you have likely never heard! So sit back, relax and enjoy learning something new!

Largest Eye on Earth

A giant squid is the creature that is awarded as having the largest eye on the entire planet. The actual diameter of the giant squids eyeballs measures in at a whole 18 inches. To put this into perspective, that is roughly the size of your average beach ball.

The Compound Eye of the AntFun Vision Facts – Part 5

An ant only has two eyes. However, each of these eyes is divided into several smaller eyes. This is extremely irregular in insects, however quite fascinating when you consider the actual size of the ant. The ant’s eye style is referred to as a compound eye.

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Parts of the Human Eye

The human eye is actually composed of over two million smaller parts. They are all combined to allow you to have proper vision. If one of these parts is not functioning properly, you may experience a problem with your eyesight, which is why it is important to exercise your eyes regularly to strengthen and relax them just as you would exercise any other part of your body.

Eye Injuries

The majority of serious eye injuries are caused by baseball. This is closely followed by basketball and water sports. Overall there are more than 40,000 eye injuries in sports each year.

The Myth of the Golden Earrings

If you walked into your eye doctor’s office and they told you to wear a golden earring to correct your vision, chances are you would walk away quickly. However, past sailors believed that by wearing a golden earring they could improve their vision.

Fun Facts About the Human Eye

  • An adult’s eye is only slightly smaller than the size of a ping-pong ball.
  • The eye begins its development only two weeks after conception.
  • Other than the brain, the human eye is considered the most complex organ in the entire body.
  • Diabetes is the number one cause of blindness in the United States.
  • It is estimated that in just 20 years the number of blind individuals will more than double.
  • Each eye has a blind spot. This occurs where the optic nerve of the eye leaves the eye. Due to the design of the eye, these blind spots will never match up and therefore there is never a noticeable blind spot in the binocular vision.
  • It only takes a period of 48 hours for your eye to repair damage such as a corneal scratch.
  • More than 80 percent of vision problems around the world are preventable, treatable or curable.

Your vision allows you to see the world around you. This means that you should take care to ensure that you protect your eyes and vision so that you do not have issues as you age.

About the Author

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Tyler Sorensen is the President and CEO of Rebuild Your Vision. Formerly, Tyler studied Aeronautics with the dreams of becoming an airline pilot, however, after 9/11 his career path changed. After graduating top of his class with a Bachelor of Science degree in Informational Technologies and Administrative Management, he and his brother decided to start Rebuild Your Vision in 2002. With the guidance of many eye care professionals, including Behavioral Optometrists, Optometrists (O.D.), and Ophthalmologists (Eye M.D.), Tyler has spent over a decade studying the inner workings of the eye and conducting research.

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4 responses to “Fun Vision Facts – Part 5”

  1. Avatar for jenny jenny says:

    Tha nks for your information i am quite interested maybe i will subsscribe soon

  2. Avatar for Brenda Brenda says:

    Could you please look into and give me some information on lebors disease or LEONS.I would like to know if one gets completely better from this gene disease.

  3. Avatar for Ramona Garcia Ramona Garcia says:

    Thanks so much for these fun facts and all the wonderful nuggets you give us about our eyes… I appreciate all these updates and comments… I tell ppl all the time about OccuPlus… I am still taking them… they are amazed at how much my eyes have improved….

    Ramona Garcia

  4. Avatar for Joana William Joana William says:

    They are informative and relieving.
    The fact that it only takes 48 hours to cure a scratch is impressive.

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