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Ever Wondered Why Some People Sleep With Their Eyes Partially Opened?

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D id you ever imagine how does your body act after you sleep It's not only your heart functions and your nose breaths, there are several other weird things that happen inside your body which you aren't aware of. Some of them are like sleeping with the eyes opened and sometimes the mouth as well. If it happens, there certainly is a reason behind it. There is something abnormal running inside your body which is some or the other way affecting your health. Read the entire post to learn about it.

Some people do sleep keeping their eyes partially opened. 

Some people do sleep keeping their eyes partially opened. 

You may also be the one among them, who's having the similar issue at nights and obviously, you are not aware of it as during sleeping you can't keep watch on yourself for the entire night. 

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It looks scary. 

It looks scary. 

Because, you don't look like taking a normal sleep. 

But, have you ever thought about the reason behind this weird thing happening in the human body? 

But, have you ever thought about the reason behind this weird thing happening in the human body? 

The abnormal sleep people take has a reason behind it. It is not just a little quirk, the sleeping habit can lead to major problems in your eyes. It happens due to stroke, trauma, cosmetic surgery, skin conditions, facial nerve palsies, bell's palsy and thyroid disease. 

This sleeping condition is called nocturnal lagophthalmos.

It also happens due to heredity. 

It also happens due to heredity. 

So now the question arises, how can we identify that whether the disease has victimized us?

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You often have tiresome beginnings of days. 

You often have tiresome beginnings of days. 
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Well, there are some easy peasy solutions for the issue.

Even after sleeping for sufficient time, you don't feel fresh enough.

Even after sleeping for sufficient time, you don't feel fresh enough.
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Wear an eye mask while you go to bed. 

Wear an eye mask while you go to bed. 
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And, if you still face the same concern, visit your doctor. He will prescribe you some artificial tear drops and let you know about the surgery as well, if required. Share the story with your friends and family. 

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