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.
16 May 2016
For many adults, participation in athletic activities or sports teams are an enjoyable part of their leisure time. If you are one of these people but you wear glasses, you may find your glasses a hindrance to your chosen pursuit. The following tips can help you pick glasses for sports that will be more comfortable and may actually help improve your performance. Tip #1: Get a dedicated pair The glasses you wear for sports activities don't have to be the same as your daily wear glasses.
14 March 2016
Vision correction surgery is a great choice for making your vision as good as possible without using corrective lenses, but many people are a bit apprehensive about the recovery time and procedure. However, there are multiple ways to make the recovery process much easier following the surgery, such as the two listed below. Utilize Eye Drops The single most important thing that you can do to help your recovery is to ensure that you use all of the eye drops that you are prescribed.
2 January 2016
If you have decided that you are tired of wearing glasses, then you may be trying to decide whether you should go with contact lenses or have Lasik eye surgery. If your optometrist has verified that you are a good candidate for either, then there are some things you should consider that will help you to decide which option is going to work out the best for you. Read the information below to learn about both contacts and Lasik eye surgery so you can make an informed decision.
2 July 2015
Your age-related macular degeneration (AMD) has gotten worse and the optometrist suggests laser surgery to stop any more vision loss. While this is a serious eye disease and does cause blindness in people, this surgical procedure is effective at slowing down or stopping the damage. Here is how the surgery will help you and what to do to get yourself ready for the procedure. Laser Surgery Prevents Further Vision Loss
11 May 2015
If you spend a lot of time staring at a computer monitor, or any digital display, you may suffer from temporary bouts of computer vision syndrome. In fact, you've probably experienced one of the many symptoms associated with CSV without realizing that there was a term for it. Here's what you need to know about CSV. What is Computer Vision Syndrome? CVS is the name given to the symptoms you experience from staring at a screen for long periods of time without a break.