Which part of your body makes you cry? Makes you read? Makes you focus on the things and objects that are far away or close? It’s only an eye! Your eyes take in a lot of information and details about your surrounding — movements, colors, shapes, people, nature, and more.
Astigmatism is a common and treatable imperfection in the curvature of the eye that can cause double or blurred vision, headaches, difficulty with night vision and feeling of fatigue due to the eye strain. Glasses and contacts can treat astigmatism, but they can't cure the condition. However, Laser eye surgery is not only a treatment for astigmatism, but can correct the condition.
The major reason for vision loss in people under the 70s is diabetes. If you are a diabetic patient for longer, it can damage your eyes and even blindness. By controlling your diabetes, you can not only prevent eye diseases but also stop from getting chronic.
Plastic eye glasses are lightweight and come in several great colors, which is why many people choose plastic frames for glasses. However, sometimes those plastic frames do not fit properly on your face and may need to be adjusted. Most needed adjustments to your plastic glasses frames is due to a poor fit in one of three places.
Maintaining a healthy, well-balanced, and nutrient-rich diet lowers the risk of developing certain conditions of your eyes and keeps them healthy. A serious eye condition can be avoided by taking highly rich foods in minerals, nutrients, and vitamins. Your eyes require certain antioxidants to stay perfect and healthy.
Frequent headaches are often a sign that you need to your eyes check to see if you need glasses to correct a problem with your eye sight. Ironically there are also some cases, when wearing your glasses can give you headache as well. Here are some reasons why you may suffer from headaches when wearing your glasses.
Eye glasses are designed to help you see better and for many people wearing glasses all day every day is necessary to their vision and overall eye health. However, occasionally those eye glasses can be uncomfortable and actually hurt your nose or other places on your face. Here are some tips for making your eye glasses more comfortable and stop them from hurting your nose. Here are a few things you need to do to increase the comfort of your eye glasses.
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