Tag: eye health

29/08/2020 Off By hopper

Top Five Tips for Protecting Your Eyes

Eyesight is a miracle and a gift that, once lost, can never be returned. Unfortunately, there are often conditions and diseases that are simply within our genetic make-up and can’t be prevented, and these will affect our eyes. Luckily, if we care for our eyes properly from the outset, then these problems will be kept to a minimum or even caught early enough to get rid of them completely and successfully.
The five top tips below are just that, top tips. They do not constitute the full vault of knowledge on the subject, or even a complete breakdown on what each includes, so use this as a guideline and delve into each fully so that you know how to best protect your cherished vision and visionary needs.

Optical Ergonomics – In the same way that sitting in front of a computer causes problems with your body, so too does this … Read the rest

28/08/2020 Off By hopper

Eye Care: Even More Important to Women Over 40

Most of us have heard that once you turn 40, your eyes probably aren’t going to be what they used to. Sure enough, I was 40 when I started having problems reading close up. My daily work on the computer wasn’t helping. Too often, women who have never had visual problems before will let their symptoms go unchecked, assuming it is just one of the many things that changes with age.

Cost is another reason that a woman may keep postponing an eye exam. Even though they may have health insurance, it may not cover vision. Often, this is treated as a separate type of insurance like dental. Although technology has advanced in the diagnostics and treatments for various ailments, fees for visual care have climbed as well.
There are several reasons that women should never miss their yearly eye exam, especially after they are 40 years of age. Women … Read the rest

23/08/2020 Off By hopper

Eye Care – Appropriate Measures and Diet for Healthy Eyes

It is no surprise that the eye care industry is growing by leaps and bounds in this rapid age of globalization. It is indeed a sad case that a wonderful gift such as our vision is completely neglected by the common masses and therefore taken for granted. It is ironical that people would spend thousands of dollars for surgeries, cataract-removal, spectacles, contact lenses, medicines etc. but would refrain from taking simple precautions to maintain good health of their eyes.
Vision loss is being increasingly experienced by the aged people as well as children across the world. It is usually recommended to get your eyes checked at least twice in a year. The eye diseases for quite a few people are also hereditary in nature. Most of the eye care health experts grudgingly admit that majority of the public are ignorant about the various risks with improper care of the … Read the rest

17/08/2020 Off By hopper

Give Your Eyes Tender Care

Eyes are the most precious part of our organs as they open the first door for us to the outside world. We cannot imagine a world with darkness or fuzziness so we need to attach much importance to eye health. Eyeglasses are not the only choice for us if we know something about our eyes, a very delicate part of our body. Here are several factors which do harm to our eyes but we may not know.
1. Drinking
As we all know, smoking or drinking does great harm to our health. Many of us, however, do not know it is also harmful to our eyesight. For example, alcohol promotes the blood circulation and capillary expansion so we often see the cheek of drunken people flush red. Likewise, as skin around the eyes is so delicate that capillary around is rather small, capillary expansion may lead to broken capillary, thus … Read the rest

12/08/2020 Off By hopper

Importance of Proper Eye Care

Eyes are one of the most delicate parts of the body which though delicate, is the most important sense organ in the human body. Vision is one of the most important gifts by God.
Keeping the eyes healthy and safe is a serious concern which people often used to neglect. I believe my eyes are my wealth; wealth of happiness and love. As a victim of poor eyesight myself (and my whole family), I have been regularly using glasses to correct my eyesight for over seven years and can’t even do without them for even a minute. In fact, they have been a part of my body now. Sometimes, I really wished to go back where I was without them. Whatever medical advancements we may have, honestly speaking, there is no perfect sight guaranteed to match the natural healthy eyesight. So, I don’t want this to happen to anyone and … Read the rest