As we have discussed in an earlier blog, there are specific nutrients that are vital in eye health. While you are trying to stay healthy this year, it is important to also eat the right food to keep your eyes healthy. Here are the top 10 best foods to eat for eye health.
Do you ever feel like your eyesight may not be as good as it was several years ago, especially when attempting to read? As humans age, it becomes more and more difficult for our eyes to focus. This is a culmination of all of the stress that your eyes have suffered over the years along with the inescapable aging process that hinders our ability to read.
Researchers estimated that nearly 2 billion people are affected by presbyopia after a study was performed in 2015. If you are over the age of 40, there is a very possible chance that you are in this category and should consider purchasing reading glasses. This article aims to help people better understand presbyopia and help them determine if it is time for them to pursue reading glasses.
When deciding if you want to make the change from glasses to contacts or even straight to contacts, there are a lot of things to consider. Many questions start to come up like: Am I able to wear contacts? How do I know if they fit properly? What brand should I use? How do I maintain them? It is important to understand exactly how to use contacts properly, and how they might affect your day to day life. Here are three main steps to follow when deciding whether to wear contacts or not.
When learning about how to protect your eyes from UV rays, first it is important to know what a UV rays are. UV rays are from the sun and cannot be seen by humans. There are three types of UV rays, A, B, and C, C has the highest energy and are considered to be the most harmful for your eyes. Each type of UV ray causes something different so it is important to be cautious of all of them.