Like severe back pain or
battling a bad stomach flu, your world can stop dead in its tracks when you’ve
got an distressing eye disorder. What if the problem in your eyes, however, were associated with your sleep habits?
That’s what one recent study has found with regard to a rare eye disorder called floppy eyelid syndrome (FES). A British study points to a strong link between FES and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), implying that when doctors see FES in a patient, they should also look for OSA, and vice-versa.