Your corneal crosslinking questions, answered!



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The muscles of the eye are your most active muscles, constantly moving to readjust the position of your eyes. You blink 15 to 20 times a minute on average, but as your head moves, the eye muscles are constantly adjusting the position of the eye to maintain a steady point of fixation point.
It has been estimated that the eye muscles move more than 100,000 times a day. Many of these rapid eye movements take place during the dreaming phase of sleep.
—Image by Patrick J. Lynch (CC BY)
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