Category: Eye Health

Dealing With Eye Fatigue – 3 Ways to Relieve Tired Eye Symptoms

Ever since the advent of computers and phones, eye fatigue among humans has been at an all-time high. Blue light emitted by these screens is just one of the reasons why eye fatigue is prevalent. The spectacularly bright light that shines out of our phones and laptops is incredibly harmful to our eyes and can… Read More

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Nearsighted vs Farsighted – What is the Difference?

Nearsightedness and farsightedness are two common terms we hear all the time related to eye health. If you’ve never had to wear glasses or had an eye exam, these two words might confuse you. Nearsighted vs. farsighted vision means you could easily read a book, but might not be able to see what a road… Read More

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Eye Health – 3 Myths About Blurred Vision as a Child

No matter how old you are, at one point or another, you have probably experienced a problem with your vision. One of the most common issues people face is a blurry vision. Blurred vision attributes to various causes; sometimes its temporary and other times its more permanent. It could relate to age or the fact… Read More

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6 Symptoms of Aging Eyes and How to Prevent Them

As you become older, your body will naturally age, and your eyes are just part of the process. Almost everyone will experience eye changes at some point in their life. Some changes are hereditary; other changes are due to environmental factors such as smoking or living in a dry climate. Having a regular eye exam… Read More

What are the Symptoms of a Retinal Tear?

The Retina and Retinal Tears The human eye is a complex and intricate part of the body made up of many different parts. One part being the retina which is the very inner lining of the eye. The lining is made up of a thin layer of tissue that generates vision. Light enters the eye… Read More

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Is Your Peripheral Vision Declining?

Peripheral vision is the ability to see outside of the direct line of sight in a wide-angled field. You may experience peripheral vision problems despite finding that you have perfectly normal central vision. Peripheral vision loss is commonly referred to as “tunnel vision”, and is similar to being able to see only through a narrow… Read More

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Everything You Need To Know To Prevent Sun Damage To Eyes

The skin is often the first thought when it comes to sun protection, but it is just as important to protect your eyes from harmful UVA and UVB rays. The sun omits several types of radiation. This includes sunlight, heat, and ultraviolet rays which can cause sunburn and sun damage to eyes.   How to… Read More

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Infant Vision Development – How A Baby’s Eye Evolves

Much like how babies learn to walk and talk, they also learn to see. Babies are not actually born with all their visual abilities and simple things we take for granted like focusing our eyes or tracking movement. More importantly, infant vision revolves around how babies process visual information to understand what’s going on around… Read More

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4 Warning Signs to Watch for in Kids with Vision Problems

Vision problems can start very early for many kids. Your child’s school will perform routine eye exams on them to see how their vision is doing, but sometimes this isn’t enough to catch the onset of a vision problem. If you want to prevent your child from having to struggle through life with poor vision… Read More

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Optometrist Q&A – What is Causing Your Watery Eyes?

What are Watery Eyes? Tears play a vital role in the function of our bodies. They help in keeping your eyes lubricated, wash away particles and dust, and protect you against infection. Different factors contribute to how many tears you produce. This includes allergies, irritated tear ducts, and even injury to the eye. Sometimes an… Read More

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