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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lagophthalmos

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 ... " Kicked off my flight for sleeping with my eyes open". travelersunited.org. Retrieved ...

essilorusa.com/newsroom/sleeping-with-your-eyes-open-is-it-possible

But while sleeping with your eyes open may sound harmless, there are plenty of reasons why it's a good idea to keep your peepers shut when you want to get ...

visionsource-drgardner.com/2014/07/07/do-you-sleep-with-your-eyes-partially-open

Jul 7, 2014 ... That's normal occasionally, but if it happens often you may be having a problem with nocturnal lagophthalmos–sleeping with your eyes partially ...

sleep.org/articles/can-you-really-sleep-with-your-eyes-open

Sleeping with your eyes open sounds like something from a horror film, but it's a real condition called nocturnal lagophthalmos. It occurs when the eyelids can't ...

www.quora.com/Why-do-some-people-sleep-with-their-eyes-opened

Sleeping with your eyes open can be bad. It can lead to dry eyes, irritation and even corneal ulcers. This is why neurologists often prescribe eye patch for people ...

www.verywell.com/can-you-sleep-with-your-eyes-open-3014708

Jul 29, 2017 ... Learn why sleeping with eyes open occurs, the most common causes including Bell's palsy, and some of the possible dangers associated with ...

www.verywell.com/sleeping-with-your-eyes-open-3422018

Aug 18, 2017 ... However, the effects of sleeping with open eyes can be severe. Treatments could significantly improve your quality of life. Source: Lawrence ...

biology.stackexchange.com/questions/9716/why-do-people-sleep-with-their-eyes-open

Aug 10, 2013 ... I have seen numerous people with varying degrees of this over the years. ... If it's frequent, tell the person to make sure they tell their eye doctor ...

www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1177254/Ask-doctor-The-dangers-sleeping-eyes-open.html

May 4, 2009 ... Some people sleep naturally with the eyelids of one or both eyes slightly ... Sleeping with an eye partially open allows the tear film - the wet ...