Scratches and other damage to the eyes can occur due to various causes. These may include impact injuries, chemical exposure, and rubbing the eyes excessively. Scratches and other injuries to the cornea, the clear outer layer of the eye, can be severe. They can disrupt vision and cause pain and discomfort.
Do your eyes feel dry and scratchy? Do they ache or burn, and do you have the sensation of sand in the eyes? If you experience these symptoms, you may have dry eye. It is a common and uncomfortable eye condition that can affect your vision.
LASIK is the best-known laser vision correction produce in the United States. This innovative procedure uses the latest laser technology to alter the shape of the cornea – the clear, domed lens covering the front of the eye. Changing its shape also changes the way that light passes through the eye, enabling it to be targeted directly onto the retina at the back of the eye and improving patient vision. It is extremely safe, effective, and for most people, affordable.
Myopia is the most common refractive eye condition in the world, with the number of people it expected to continue to grow over the next decade. Also known as short-sightedness, it occurs when the eye can’t focus the light that enters it correctly, and this leads to nearby objects appearing clear, but those further away are blurred.
Do you suffer from a stiff, aching neck? While short periods of neck pain are common, if it becomes a prolonged problem, you may need to look at treatments to help. Neurolens is widely considered to be the most effective treatment for a condition called binocular vision dysfunction, or BVD for short, that is associated with neck strain.
Are you having headaches all the time? Your eyes could be causing them and neurolenses may just be what you need. Spending too much time looking at your computer or phone screen can cause everything from dry eyes and neck tension to blurry vision and headaches. More than 27 percent of people have suffered headaches because of digital eyestrain.
The American Optometric Association recognizes that blue light from digital devices causes chaos to the circadian rhythm and eye health. The growing concerns about blue light come from the closeness of its wavelength to that of UV (ultraviolet) light. UV rays cannot enter your eyes because the anterior structures of your eyes absorb and block them. Blue light passes through your cornea and heads toward the inner light-sensitive tissue. Studies show that blue light lenses offer ample protection.
MD (macular degeneration) occurs when your retina’s macula becomes damaged. It affects your central vision. According to the American Macular Degeneration Foundation, MD eliminates your central vision but keeps your peripheral vision intact. When you look at something distant or close, you are unable to see the fine details. Determining the initial signs of MD is vital for its early treatment. If you want to determine the proper diagnosis and care for macular degeneration, here’s what you should know.