We all know that stress can affect your mental well-being, leaving you feeling frazzled and drained. But did you know it can also have physical effects, manifesting in the form of eye issues? Indeed, vision isn’t just about making sure you are wearing the right prescription or avoiding excessive screen time; it’s also closely linked to your mental state. Read on as Alderwood Optical & Canyon Park Vision Clinic explains how stress and mental health can affect your eyesight and how you can protect it.
Glaucoma, also known as the “silent thief of sight,” slowly robs you of your vision without showing any preceding signs. But here’s the good news: it’s not all gloom and doom. While glaucoma isn’t entirely preventable, eye doctors often emphasize early prevention and management. Since January is Glaucoma Awareness Month, Alderwood Optical & Canyon Park Vision Clinic provides an overview of this eye disease in this article.
Are you one of the many people who rely on eye drops for relief from dryness, redness, or allergies? While these handy little bottles can be a lifesaver, using them responsibly is important. Our resident eye doctor at Alderwood Optical & Canyon Park Vision Clinic explains the potential risks associated with overusing eye drops.[Read more…]
Have you ever felt the need to hold back your tears, worried about what others might think? Well, it’s time to debunk the misconceptions about crying and embrace its benefits for your eye health![Read more…]
Multifocal contact lenses make it easy for people to see clearly at all distances. They come in many different styles and types, so it’s important to know what each one has to offer before choosing the best pair for your eyes.[Read more…]
Your eyesight plays a major role in your quality of life, which is why it’s so important to have regular checkups with your eye doctor. One of the most serious eye problems is age-related macular degeneration (AMD). In this post, Alderwood Optical & Canyon Park Vision Clinic provides a brief overview of AMD.[Read more…]
Menopause is a natural process women go through later in life. Your body may experience many changes during menopause, including changes in your vision and eye health.[Read more…]