According to them, apart from these factors, prolonged sleep deprivation during midnight disturbs the normal homeostasis of the human body which directly affects the health of the eyes as well as other systems like the heart and nerves. Ophthalmologists warn that it can cause severe dry eyes, dark circles and swollen eyelids.
Eye strain during the FIFA World Cup
According to Dr. Joyita Das, Consultant Ophthalmologist, Disha Eye Hospitals, some precautions such as Such matches include having a well lit room, keeping the digital screen in eye protection mode, taking short breaks between matches and power naps during breaks, These physical complications can be reduced to a great extent.
He said that contact lenses should be avoided while watching the match and rubbing of the eyes should also be avoided. “The most important thing is not to be sleep deprived at any cost,” Das said.
According to Dr. PS Karmakar, Consultant Cardiologist, Techno India Dama Hospital, continuously watching high tension World Cup football matches also has a bad effect on the human heart.
According to him, excitement and anxiety from the beginning to the end of the game accelerate the normal impulse rate of the human heart, resulting in the release of adrenaline.
increased heart rate
“Adrenaline secretion increases the rate of heart beat to an abnormal measure or a very rapid rate of heart beat which is known as palpitation. When the heart of a normal person goes through the condition of heart beat If the percentage of oxygen intake is increased the demand of the heart muscles. The situation can turn into a worse and really dangerous phase when a bystander is an aged person as the internal organs work at a fatigued pace,” he said.
He noted that with age The arteries of the heart become very narrow and there is not enough supply of blood inside the heart muscle.
“In this case, if over-stimulation and anxiety are imposed on the heart, it may fail to meet the huge oxygen demand required because there is already a deficit in the normal amount of oxygen that should be available.” This condition results in mild to severe to unbearable chest pain. There can also be a chance of acute heart attack, especially in heart patients,” he said.