Some people prefer the convenience of using contact lenses but simply don’t feel comfortable when wearing them. This can be caused by various reasons, but fortunately, there are now different types of contact lenses designed for specific purposes.
In the U.S., November is recognized as National Diabetes Month. According to a report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, diabetes is a major health issue that affects more than 30 million people nationwide. Another 80 million Americans have prediabetes and are at risk of acquiring the condition during the next five years.
Research done in 2020 indicate that an estimated 52.1 million Americans are using VR headsets for different purposes. While these devices are useful in other applications, such as military and medical training, they’re also used for digital entertainment like video games and interactive experiences.
There are several eye-related issues that people deal with on a daily basis. One example is photophobia or light sensitivity. Although the eyes need light to perceive the surroundings, some people experience discomfort or pain when their eyes are exposed to light. This condition is called photophobia, and it is caused by various factors. Fortunately, […]
Many middle-aged and older adults develop presbyopia over time. It happens when the lenses of your eyes harden and lose their elasticity. When they become more rigid, they lose their ability to focus on nearby objects.
Your eye prescription changes as you age. Typically, if you have healthy eyes and no vision problems, it’s recommended to have your eyes checked at age 40. And if you have an eye condition, it’s important to go to your optometrist on a regular basis for eye exams and eye prescription updates.
The wedding day is a special milestone for couples. If you’re preparing for yours, you want every detail to be planned and done right. One of the decisions you may have to make is whether to wear your glasses on this special day or not.
Whether you’re using digital devices for your child’s learning or entertainment, it’s important to know how prolonged screen use can affect their vision. Remember that children’s eyes are still developing, so the effect of digital screens can be different for them.
Contact lenses are a reliable and effective vision correction device, and they’re especially convenient to wear when you’re engaged in physical activity, whether it’s weightlifting or jogging. To ensure safe and hygienic use of your contacts while you’re on the go, remember these tips from your local eye specialist.
A corneal abrasion happens when you poke your eye or something gets trapped under your eyelids such as dirt or sand. Symptoms may include blurry vision, sensitivity to light, and headaches. Eyes on Norbeck explains corneal abrasion further below.