The eyes are among the most important organs in the body, playing a critical role in our perception of the world and quality of life. That’s why your eye doctor urges you to take good care of your eyes. However, even for those who take precautions, hypertensive retinopathy remains a risk.
When you use a computer, smartphone, or any other digital device for some time, you might notice experiencing eye heaviness or soreness afterward. This is computer vision syndrome or digital eye strain. Here’s what your optometrist has to say about this problem and how using blue light-blocking glasses can work to manage it:
Vision care insurances can either be purchased individually or through your employer. Either way, you’ll have to pay a premium or have that amount deducted from your paycheck. In exchange, you’ll receive benefits that are specific to maintaining your eye health.
Your home is where you should feel safest and most comfortable. However, vision problems can affect your ability to live independently and to feel safe in your own home.
Your eyes need proper care just like any other part of your body. Here are a few easy things you can do to keep your eyes healthy and in good condition.
While astigmatism is an eye condition that can’t be prevented, being afflicted with it doesn’t mean you can throw in the towel and stop taking care of your eyes. This blog post by your preferred optometrist from Alderwood Optical features simple yet effective tips on caring for your eyes even when you have astigmatism.