Improving Your Eye Health
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Improving Your Eye Health

You take the time to worry about your heart and your lungs, so why wouldn't you think about your eye health? If you are like most people, it might be because you don't know that much about how to take care of your eyes. Fortunately, I have been working with other people to teach them about eye health for the past twenty years. My father lost his eyesight because of a few bad decisions, and I don't want to see other people go down that path. Read here to learn why you should exercise, eat right, and see your eye doctor regularly.

Improving Your Eye Health

  • Proper Eye Care For When You're Outdoors

    18 June 2020

    Did you know that you can sunburn your eyes, even when you don't look directly at the sun? Or that allergies in your eyes can cause more than simple discomfort? There are many ways your eyes can be susceptible to injury or worse when you're outdoors, which can be prevented by performing proper eye care as recommended by your eye care center specialist. If you are currently suffering from itchy, red, blurry, or watering eyes and using cold compresses, allergy medications, or hydrating eye drops are not helping and you feel the outdoors is to blame, see your eye care specialist right away.

  • Diabetes & Your Eyes: Things You Need to Know as a Diabetic

    13 September 2019

    When you have diabetes, multiple things about how your body functions are affected, and that is including your eyes and your vision. If you are diabetic, it is critical to have your eyes examined by an eye doctor on a regular basis, but there are always questions that can come about. Here is a look at some of the important things you will want to know about your vision if you are diabetic.

  • 4 Tips For A Faster Recovery After Cataract Surgery

    8 May 2019

    Being able to see your best is essential as you age. This can be challenging because your eyesight will change over the years. Living with cataracts can be too overwhelming for most people. Investing your time into having cataract surgery will pay off for you. This procedure can drastically improve your vision and knowing tips to assist you in recovering quickly is essential. 1. Avoid driving It's in your best interest to have a friend or family member drive you to your appointment.

  • Ready for Contacts? Three Factors to Consider

    25 October 2018

    Prescription eyeglasses help many people see in a more clear and concise way. However, wearing glasses can be difficult and uncomfortable at times. If you are struggling with your glasses, contacts may be the right option for your needs. Unfortunately, the overwhelming options available for contact lenses can make choosing the right type challenging. With this guide, you can choose the right contact lenses for your vision needs. Soft Versus Hard

  • The Signs, Testing, And Treatment For Peripheral Vision Loss

    26 September 2018

    You peripheral vision is important for your ability to see well. It's easy to forget about it since you focus on what you see in front of you. However, when peripheral vision is lost, you may have trouble seeing in dim light and you may not see objects to your side, which could increase your risk of injury. Here's why you might lose your peripheral vision and how an eye doctor might help.