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7 Eye Care Tips for Working in Front of a Computer Screen

Do you stare at a computer screen all day? If so, your eyes probably get itchy, dry, and tired. Working in front of a computer screen for hours at a time can significantly affect your eyes and sight. So, it would help to learn about the relationship between your eyes and your digital screens.

What Are the Differences Between Single Vision Vs. Progressive Lenses?

Corrective lenses are an easy and effective way to correct your eyesight. However, where should you start with so many types of frames and lenses out there? It would help if you first understood that there are two main types of prescriptions. These are progressive lens prescriptions and single-vision lens prescriptions.

What You Need to Know Before Starting Ortho-k

Ortho-k is short for orthokeratology. It is a nonsurgical treatment that uses special contact lenses to gently pull and change the shape of the cornea’s curve to improve vision. It corrects your eyesight while you sleep. You wear the contact lenses every night before you sleep, and when you wake up, your vision will be sharper throughout the day.

Can an Optometrist Treat Dry Eye?

You can develop dry eye from another medical condition or the medications you are taking. It could also result from environmental factors, like wind, dry air, dust, smoke, or air conditioners. Regardless of why you have dry eye, it helps to know when to see your eye doctor and get the care you need. Although dry eye can be a chronic illness, an optometrist can treat it. 

Back to School Comprehensive Visual Exams

Visual abilities keep increasing in demand as you progress in education. The reading and studying time increase while the text size in books gets smaller as you continue with school. The eyes work a lot with the amount of homework and workload from school. Most children learn excellently and efficiently due to their vision functions. Therefore, it is essential to prioritize back-to-school comprehensive visual exams for your family.

When Should Your Child Have Their First Eye Exam?

Have you noticed signs that your child may have eyesight problems? If you have, you may be wondering whether you should take your child to the eye doctor for a checkup. Exams are vital for making sure children’s eyes are healthy. They help detect vision issues that can affect a child’s safety and education.

What Does Sports Vision Training Entail?

High-performance athletes do their best to succeed, their careers defined by how good they are in their sport. To this end, they work hard consistently. They enforce strict diets, well-developed workout schedules, and rest regimes. Training dedication comes before excellent performance. But according to science, exercising goes beyond going to the gym and lifting weights or following a strict diet. Aside from these, athletes must incorporate sports vision training into their training regime. When they do, they stand more chance to excel in their sport.

Picking the Right Frames for Spring

Looking for a way to go bold with frame shape and color this spring? You do not need to be an expert to get the frames that will flatter your look and style. Here's a close look at the trending frames for spring to make your search easier.

Signs Emergency Eye Care Is Needed

Regular eye exams are essential. But there are times you need to rush to your eye doctor for an eye emergency. The eyes are a sensitive part of your body. Some changes can gradually or abruptly lead to severe eye problems. Sometimes, waiting too long to see your eye doctor because of an eye problem can result in permanent vision loss. In other cases, having new eye symptoms should cause alarm.

February is Age-Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month

February is age-related macular degeneration (AMD) awareness month – a month used by ophthalmologists to educate and inform people about this common eye condition. It predominantly affects the older generation and can significantly affect the quality of our vison.

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