Eye Health Symptom Checker

Answer these questions to see how your status stacks up.
*The results of the symptom checker are not for ideal diagnostic purpose and are not meant to substitute for a professional diagnosis by a physician.


Do you wear contact lenses?

Question 1 of 12


How frequent do you have eye infection such as conjunctivitis?

Question 2 of 12


Do you find it difficult to drive at night (for example poor vision at night)?

Question 3 of 12


Do you have dry eyes?

Question 4 of 12


How much time do you spend on using a computer, smart phone, tablet or television in a day?

Question 5 of 12


Do you feel stinging, burning, or scratchy sensation in your eyes?

Question 6 of 12


Do you spend time on digital devices (tablet, smart phone) at night without turn on any light?

Question 7 of 12


Do you feel tired eyes?

Question 8 of 12


Are you diagnosed with Diabetes?

Question 9 of 12


How frequently do you go for an eye check at the eye specialist clinic?

Question 10 of 12


Are you having family history of diabetes?

Question 11 of 12


Do you have blurred or patchy vision?

Question 12 of 12


Eye Health

Bilberry & Eyebright Complex

Bio Vizion


Please fill in your details, discount voucher will be sent to your email.

    By submitting this form, you hereby agree and consent to BiO-LiFE Marketing Sdn Bhd to collect, store, disclose and process your personal data for the purpose of this survey, receiving of the voucher, news update and marketing materials from BiO-LiFE Marketing Sdn Bhd or its related agency.

    Sending ...

    Try Other Health Checker

    Did You Know?​

    Effect of Longer Screen Time

    Malaysians spend an average of almost 14 hours a day on digital devices. 77.3% of handphone users check on their phone before sleeping or in the middle of the night.

    The display screen of digital devices emits significant amount of blue light.

    Studies suggest that long term exposure to blue light could cause eye strain, tired eyes, dry eyes and reduce visual performance.

    What is Diabetic Retinopathy?

    Advanced age, family history, long term use of steroid medication and metabolic factors such as unhealthy blood sugar may affect the eyes.

    High blood sugar for long term damaging the blood vessel. Diabetic retinopathy is a complication of diabetes that damage the tiny blood vessels at the back of the eyes (Retina).

    It causes leakage and swelling in the back of the eyes and it could lead to blindness.

    Most of the diabetic individuals are unaware of their eyes condition since there is a lack of symptoms in the early stages.


    Important Nutrients for the Eyes

    Eye-friendly nutrients include natural carotenoids (lutein & zeaxanthin), Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Omega 3, polyphenols such as procyanidins and anthocyanidins.


    1. Malaysian digital consumers demand high-quality experiences. Retrieve from: https://www.theborneopost.com/2016/11/17/malaysian-digital-consumers-demand-high-quality-experiences/

    2. Hand phone users survey 2017. Statistical brief number twenty-two. Malaysia Communications and Multimedia Comissions. Pg 15, Pag 35-37.

    3. M Rosenfied. Computer vision syndrom (a.k.a. digital eye strain) 2016. Optometry in Practice (Vol17) Issue 1 pg 1-10.