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During the allergy season in spring, many people struggle with eye allergies. The allergies make your eyes burn, feel itchy, turn red and watery, and cause your eyelids to swell. While these allergies can harm the quality of your life, they are usually curable.
Sports provide numerous benefits, such as building strength, improving fitness, team bonding, and building confidence. However, engaging in sports can also lead to serious injuries, which is where mouth guards, pads, and helmets come in handy. But what about protecting your eyes?
As children are preparing to go to school, most parents are primarily concerned about school supplies, new haircuts, and clothes. There are always a lot of things to be done before school reopens. But, one thing that is often overlooked or forgotten is getting their eyes checked.
Blue lenses effectively shield your eyes from blue light. They help to prevent or reduce the intensity of digital eyestrain.
DR (diabetic retinopathy) is one of the common complications of diabetes. This diabetic eye issue is characterized by retinal damage due to the elevated glucose levels in the blood. High levels of sugar in your blood tend to harm the delicate capillaries that supply blood to your retina.
During the summer, most of us naturally wear sunglasses to give our eyes adequate protection from the harmful effects of the sun. However, you may be surprised to learn that summer is far from the only season where our eyes can be adversely affected by our natural environment. Fall too presents a number of challenges when it comes to keeping our eyes healthy and safe.
Getting ready for a new school year can be a busy and stressful time. No doubt you already have lots of different things to remember. One thing that you may have overlooked is scheduling your child’s back to school eye exam.