Visiting The Optometrist As A Diabetic

7 July 2017
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The ability to see is something that is special and should never be taken for granted. There are many different things that can cause eye problems. One such cause of eye problems is diabetes. There is a condition called diabetic retinopathy that has a drastic effect on the blood vessels in the light-sensitive tissue of the eye, called the retina. This is the most common cause of vision loss among those that suffer from diabetes. Read More 

5 Benefits Of Glasses And Contacts

29 March 2017
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When you are in need of vision correction, you will have different options available to you. Some people go with glasses, some go with contacts, and some choose to go with both. Before you can choose the right type of corrective lenses for yourself, you'll want to learn about the benefits they both have to offer. This article will teach you 5 benefits of each, and this will help you know which are right for you. Read More 

Later In Life Allergies: Manage Your Red, Itchy Eyes

14 March 2017
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If you're in your early thirties and suddenly develop allergies to dust or pollen, you may have adult onset allergies. Adult onset allergies, or late-onset allergies, can occur without warning and trigger many different symptoms, including red, itchy eyes. The symptoms can worsen without treatment. Knowing more about your later in life allergy can help you manage your red, itchy eyes. How Do Adult-Onset Allergies Develop? Later in life, allergies can occur when you expose your immune system to something it doesn't like or tolerate well. Read More 

Wearing Contact Lenses On A Camping Trip: 3 Ways To Avoid Discomfort And Irritation

2 March 2017
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Many people rely on prescription glasses or contact lenses on a daily basis. According to the Center of Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 30 million Americans wear contact lenses on a regular basis. Contact lenses tend to be much more aesthetically pleasing and convenient than prescription glasses. If you're going on a camping trip soon, you might want to wear contact lenses when you go kayaking or hiking because there's less of a chance that they're going to fall off. Read More