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Lagophthalmos

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Lagophthalmos is defined as the inability to close the eyelids completely. Blinking covers the eye with a thin layer of tear fluid, thereby promoting a ... Nocturnal lagophthalmos is the inability t...

Why do some people sleep with their eyes opened? - Quora

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I suppose night shift workers would have daylight nocturnal lagophthalmos if they sleep during the day. (Do You Sleep With Your Eyes Partially Open?

Katherine Jenkins: Why I sleep with my eyes open | Daily Mail Online

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Oct 29, 2013 ... Speaking of which I always sleep with my eyes open. 'My eyes don't close properly - they are always at least half open - and when I go to sleep ...

Sleeping with Your Eyes Open? - About Dry Eye

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Apr 3, 2013 ... You could be sleeping with your eyes open- or partially open. ... uncommon for people to naturally sleep with one or both eyes partially open.

How to Rest with Your Eyes Open (with Pictures) - wikiHow

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Learning to rest with your eyes open can help you achieve that greater sense of. ... renew your energy but don't have the time to lie down or enter into a deep sleep. ... it much easier to commit to the meditation if you keep your eyes half- closed.

I sleep with my eyes open, Katherine Jenkins reveals - Telegraph

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Oct 30, 2013 ... Katherine Jenkins has revealed she sleeps with her eyes open due to a ... “My eyes don't close properly - they are always at least half open ...

Why do some people sleep with there eyes open? | Yahoo Answers

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Feb 28, 2008 ... Children who have droopy eyelids (ptosis) may sleep with their eyes partly open because of the weakness in the upper eyelid. This can happen ...

Eyes Open Sleeping by @onlineclock

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It's the medical term for sleeping with your eyes open! ... When the patient wakes one morning with half their face drooping, they assume they've suffered a ...

Sleeping With Eyes Open Disorder - Doctor insights on HealthTap

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Doctor insights on: Sleeping With Eyes Open Disorder. Share .... Nothing wrong: Many people sleep with their eyes partially open, without it being abnormal.

Question regarding sleeping | Physics Forums - The Fusion of ...

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Jan 13, 2006 ... Do the people sleeping with open eyes fall into a REM sleep? .... Many children can sleep with their eyes partially open and never experience ...

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Problems With Sleeping With Eyes Open - Health

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5 days ago ... Sleeping with your eyes open, or at least your eyelids only partially closed, is called nocturnal lagophthalmos. When your eyelids do not fully ...

Ask the doctor: The dangers of sleeping with your eyes open | Daily ...

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May 4, 2009 ... Here he tackles dry eyes and Marfan syndrome. ... Sleeping with an eye partially open allows the tear film - the wet surface at the front of the ...

Is it normal for my baby to sleep with her eyes open? | BabyCenter

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No one knows exactly why some babies sleep with their eyes open. Says Levy, " No one's funding that research." But it may have something to do with spending ...