If you have been wearing glasses from a young age, you would understand what a struggle it is to make sure they fit your face perfectly. Glasses can be a hassle as your usual habits include nose pinching, sliding your glasses back up, or constantly finding a clean cloth to wipe them with.
You might wear glasses daily, but have you ever questioned the reason as to why your eyeglasses cost so much? The glasses that a wearer buys have multiple costs, including costs for the frames and the lenses of course, and costs that end up covering your retailer's costs for outsourcing.
Strong and healthy eyes are a blessing. Many of us are carefree and take 20/20 vision for granted, but when eye issues arise and include the potential risk of losing clear vision, we would do anything to restore our eyesight. Here are some symptoms indicating that your eyes need to be examined.
Pupillary distance, also known as PD, is a length between each eye pupil's center and is millimeters. This measurement's accuracy is essential as an incorrect one can affect your eyesight, and you will find difficulties in focusing your eyes, giving you blurred vision. These distances help establish where you glance via the lens of your eyeglasses.
While this fact might seem a bit odd, but your eye colour does tell a lot about your eye health. As beautiful as light-coloured eyes may be, they are proven to be more prone to harmful lights. And dark eyes, on the other hand, come with other different functions.
Your doctor prescribes doing eye exercises to help you improve your eye health. Eye exercises can bring several benefits. They can help your eyes focus properly on a subject, strengthen your eye muscles, make eye movements easier, reduce eye strain, and increase your range of vision.
People who have their eyes working simultaneously; in technical words, they have great binocular vision are extremely lucky. Those who have a misalignment of eyes face an imbalance in their eye muscle, leading to people who have trouble focusing or having double vision.
You might have been prescribed vitamin tablets by your doctor at some point in your life. Vitamin deficiency can cause certain temporary problems in your body. You experience minor issues due to a vitamin deficiency such as hair fall, weak eyesight, acne, etc.
A tiny speck in a wide and vast universe may not seem a big problem but a tiny speck in your vision can cause difficulties for daily activities. You often find your vision interfered with a dot, spot, line or shape that floats in the eye and appear as distant objects.
Page 3 of 5