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4 Possibly Unknown Things You Need To Know About Your Vision

It isn't uncommon to experience a change in your eyesight. This is especially true the older that you get. However, when you begin to lose your vision, it could be a sign of a serious problem, which could increase your overall risk of infection, injury and even death. If you haven't been taking your eyesight and eye health seriously, here are four reasons that you may want to consider doing so as soon as possible: Read More 

Tetris: Bane And Brilliance For The Eyes

The game of Tetris has sold more than 170 million copies across the world and has been given so many difficult levels that to date there are only about 6 players who have attained Grand Master status. The game celebrated its 30th year in 2014 since being created in 1984 and has been the subject of a number of research and medical studies over the years. It has been found to have some effects on the way that people perceive things and hours of play has also been attributed to assisting with certain eye conditions. Read More 

Two Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid To Have Cataract Surgery

If you're dealing with cataracts, you're not alone.  Around the world, cataracts are the leading cause of blindness, responsible for approximately 51% of all cases of blindness.  The good news is that if you have cataracts, you can certainly have them removed.  However, you may be feeling some anxiety surrounding the removal procedure, since your eyes are such a sensitive part of your body.  Use this information to learn more about cataract removal surgery so you can face your medical procedure with confidence. Read More 

Vision Solutions For Sjogren’s Syndrome

Sjogren's Syndrome is a disorder of the immune system. Two of the most common symptoms with this disorder are dry mouth and dry eyes. It is common for people that have lupus and rheumatoid arthritis to have this condition. Below you will find information about how your dry eyes can be treated to give you some relief.    Artificial Tears Artificial tears can help you with your dry eyes. You can purchase these tears at drug stores, and your doctor may prescribe something stronger for you. Read More 

How To Preserve Your Eyesight

As many of the eyesight-impaired population may tell you, dealing with eyeglasses and contacts is no picnic. Fortunately, you can take steps to preserve your eyesight so corrective lenses may not be needed down the road. General Tips Let's start with the basics. Let your eyes rest through getting sufficient sleep. This will prevent eye strain and blurry vision, which can develop into more serious problems. It's also wise to avoid eye strain when working in front of a computer. Read More