What happens if I move my eyes during Laser Eye Surgery? [VIDEO]

What happens if I move my eyes during Laser Eye Surgery? These days, Eye Surgery is extremely modern, fast, and straightforward. But this wasn’t always the case. We can only imagine what used to go through patients’ minds in the early days of refractive surgery… Looking up to see a sharp, bladed instrument that is soon going to be making contact with your eye… “Don’t worry,” the surgeon smiles, “I’ve done this a thousand times – everything will be fine.”…

What happens if you blink during Laser Eye Surgery?

What happens if you blink during Laser Eye Surgery? You do it anything from 5 to 15 times a minute, every minute, every waking hour of the day. That’s 30,000 times, 99.9 percent of which happen without you being aware of it. It’s amazing really: we get on with our day while our bodies do all the blinking for us. Sliding those wafer thin folds of skin up and down whenever we need a little moisture or antibacterial protection from…

Seismic sneezes in the clinic

Seismic sneezes in the clinic In addition to being a writer and broadcaster, my nearest and dearest also remark on my heart-attack-inducing ability to produce — totally without warning — seismic sneezes. These unexpected explosions even take me by surprise. But they leave my poor partner — whose sneezes are of the suppressed and squeaky style (in my opinion, hardly meriting a “bless you”) — a quivering wreck. Thankfully, I’m not the worst. The world record for the loudest sneeze…