article Blindness is often seen as a problem of the brain.
The brain is a small, complex organ, and the damage caused to it is often severe.
However, it also happens to be one of the most common causes of blindness, and is also the biggest cause of blindness in the world.
This is because the brain is so small, and it is incredibly difficult to see objects, with the only way to detect a difference between an object and nothing is the optic nerve.
So what causes blindness?
Some research suggests that it’s not just a matter of having poor vision, but rather poor blood flow.
The blood vessels in the brain are connected with blood vessels of the retina, the part of the eye that is normally seen.
If one of these vessels is damaged, the brain can’t see light and darkness as it would if there was no blood flowing to the retina.
This can lead to an inability to see the world around us.
However this is only a very small part of what causes blindness.
Another reason blindness occurs is because people who have poor vision don’t have the ability to properly perceive and identify colours.
Blindness can also be caused by poor posture, which is often thought to be a result of poor posture.
This may be a contributing factor to poor posture and, more importantly, poor vision.
While there are a number of ways to get sighted, some people who are blind can’t fully compensate for this, and others may never see anything at all.
It’s thought that the ability of the human brain to detect light, colour and motion is more important to vision than the amount of light or colour you see.
So how do you get sight?
It depends on what kind of blind you are.
Some people with severe blindness, like the ones with permanent blindness, cannot fully compensate because of the damage to the optic nerves.
Some other people who can see fine but are completely blind, or those who have mild or moderate sight loss, can compensate for some or all of the vision loss with simple techniques.
For example, you can make a cup of tea and sip it out slowly.
This will stimulate the retina and give you a colour and/or motion image, but not colour or motion alone.
Another common technique is to bend the arm slightly, which causes the arm to move, but only gradually, so that the eye doesn’t miss out on any colours or motion.
A third and more common way of getting sight is with an eye patch, which consists of a thin sheet of metal or plastic placed over the retina to compensate for the loss of the sight of the optic fibre.
The sight patch can be applied to a person’s face to help them see, and for people with blindness who can’t move their arm to see, a patch on the side of the head can be used.
The most common cause of vision loss in the sighted is a condition called retinitis pigmentosa.
This condition causes the retina cells to grow abnormally, which makes them less sensitive to light.
This causes the brain to think it is in darkness and does not recognise objects in front of it.
This leads to poor colour vision, as well as poor vision in people who cannot correctly recognise objects.
It is also associated with poor posture in the case of people with the condition, which can be worsened by sitting too close to objects or not being able to see around corners.
People with retinosis may also experience a number and symptoms of the condition.
Other causes of vision impairment include macular degeneration, which often starts in childhood, or the age-related macular atrophy (AMD).
The more severe the condition is, the more it can lead, and this is one of a number that can affect how well you can see in everyday life.
While retinopathy does not always cause vision loss, it can cause some of the problems that the blind face.
It can affect vision, and even the way you perceive the world, by altering the way the brain processes light.
Some research has shown that people who live with retina loss and AMD have poorer vision, which in turn makes it more difficult for them to recognise and identify objects.
As a result, they are often unable to understand or understand what they are seeing.
Other factors that can contribute to the development of retinopathies are genetics, which affects how your brain is made, and how your body responds to light, such as light sensitivity.
It may also be due to a number other conditions that affect the way that your body and the eye work together, such, obesity, diabetes, or certain environmental factors, such an age.
It also seems that the more you see and hear things that are clearly different to what you’re seeing and hearing, the less you see colours and motion.
This means that if you’re a person with a lot of hearing loss, you may hear more sounds and be able to tell what sounds you hear more clearly than if you have normal hearing.
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