Micro Image on Eye discharge: “Sleep”, or rheum in your eyes

Hai to my dear friends of the Foldscope community. Today, in the month of June series I came with an idea to know the information of Eye PUS generated from humans after the sound sleep.

I wake early morning and find that there is yellow eyes mucus pus formed on edge of my eyes, immediately I collected the samples and open my foldscope kit and interested to see its microscopic images, and its usages and why its generated from eyes.

This post gives small information on this concept of eyes pus and its details.

The series of micrography images that was captured from the EYE PUS come after sleep. The images are captured from the foldscope kit 00025E6172FA.

Eye discharge, or “sleep” in your eyes, is a combination of mucus, oil, skin cells and other debris that accumulates in the corner of your eye while you sleep. It can be wet and sticky or dry and crusty, depending on how much of the liquid in the discharge has evaporated.

Sometimes called rheum, eye discharge has a protective function, removing waste products and potentially harmful debris from the tear film and the front surface of your eyes.

Your eyes produce mucus throughout the day, but a continuous thin film of tears bathes your eyes when you blink, flushing out the rheum before it hardens in your eyes.

When you’re asleep — and not blinking — eye discharge collects and crusts in the corners of your eyes and sometimes along the lash line, hence the term “sleep in your eyes.”

Some sleep in your eyes upon waking is normal, but excessive eye discharge, especially if it’s green or yellow in color and accompanied by blurry visionlight sensitivity or eye pain, can indicate a serious eye infection or eye disease and should be promptly examined by your eye doctor.

The remaining information can be seen from the site :
https://www.allaboutvision.com/en-in/conditions/eye-discharge/#:~:text=Also%20called%20MGD%2C%20this%20malfunctioning,by%20an%20infected%20eyelash%20follicle.

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