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Can your eyes get Smaller?
Is it possible for your eyes to get smaller? If yes, why and what causes this? Additional Details does too much computers, tvs etc. affect this?
Yes,the fatter your face gets,the smaller your eyes look,you can see fat people have little eyes.
I noticed this on my friend who had lovely big eyes till she put on weight.
My eyes cannot get smaller. I am really Howard Moon from the Mighty Boosh and my eyes are the smallest in the world.
No!!! When we look at bright images our pupils get small (constrict). If you then try to resist this constiction the optical and facial muscle contract causing the eye to close. This will leave the persons eyes feeling sore
no eyes dont get smaller but they can be damaged if you send too long on a computer ect.
Hex the Fundies (JPAA)
No, eyes cannot get smaller. Ever.
Eyes remain the same size from birth 'til you die.
Never heard of them shrinking.
No, your eyes cannot reduce in size.
Your eyes do grow as you age, but only a little bit. This is why babies have such big eyes. The rest of their bodies is much smaller than a full grown adult, but their eyes are about the same size. So as you grow, your face and body get much bigger to "catch up" with your eyes.
Our eyes are always the same size from birth, but our nose and ears never stop growing. This is why old people have huge noses and ears and your grandma can always hear you even when you're a mile away. However, you lose your sense of smell.
An infant's eyes are between 65 and 75 percent of their adult size at birth.
I hope this helps
not eyes but your pupils can, if a bright light flashes into your eyes it makes the pupils get smaller.