An outdated contact lens or eyeglass prescription is not always the cause of blurred vision. While an annual visit to your eye doctor to check your prescription is never a bad idea, you might want to investigate some of the other common causes of blurred vision in your quest for clearer vision. Your cloudy vision may be your eyes’ way of telling you they want a little TLC.
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If you are 65 or older, you may already have symptoms of dry eye disease or notice a decline in your vision. Many people choose cataract surgery to improve age-related changes in vision. Cataract surgery is the most commonly performed surgery in medicine. Whether or not cataract surgery is in your future, beginning a regular eye hygiene routine now can improve your overall eye health and comfort both before and after surgery.
How do your eyes feel after a long day spent in front of the screen? The good news is that there are several steps you can take to save your eyes from this condition (called digital eye strain or computer vision syndrome).
The last thing anyone wants is a vacation or trip ruined by a painful eye infection, or irritated dry eyes. With a bit of extra planning, your eyes can be travel-ready.
Practicing eye and eyelid self-care can help you feel better in today’s stressful times.
When we think of eye safety in the workplace, you might not think of the impact of working for hours in front of a computer screen, or spending hours in virtual meetings, can have on your eye wellness.
Here are three ways you can protect your eyes in the workplace this month and year round.