Eyelid problems can happen to anyone, especially as we age. Whether your eyelids are having an effect on your vision, or you’re worried that loose, sagging skin around your eyes is making you look angry or tired, ongoing concerns about your eyelids can have a serious impact on your self-confidence.
Overexposure to blue light can have many adverse effects on your eye health. It can cause Digital Eye Strain, a condition marked by symptoms like headaches, and the inability to focus. It can cause dry eye. It can also cause long-term damage to the retina that may lead to vision-threatening conditions like age-related macular degeneration (AMD). As we spend more and more time in front of screens, we’re more at risk for dangerous levels of exposure to blue light.
Eye health and vision changes a lot as you grow older, and it can be difficult to know what the difference is between a natural part of aging and a serious symptom you should be looking out for.
We live in an age of information — and misinformation. Myths about health care spread across the internet every day, and it can be difficult to know what to believe. As a parent, we understand that you want to do the best for your family’s health, and that means being able to distinguish between myths and the truth.
It’s not a stretch to claim that children’s vision is extremely important, but most people don’t know the real consequences of undiagnosed vision problems in kids and teens.
If you wear glasses, you’ve probably gotten used to them, but odds are, you’re not as used to wearing a mask. Wearing a mask over your nose and mouth is one of the best ways to protect yourself and others from infection, but you’ll often notice shortly after putting one on that when you exhale, your glasses fog up, making it difficult to function.