You rely on sharp, focused vision to drive, see the leaves on the trees, and gaze at your loved ones’ faces. So when you’re suddenly seeing double—two images of everything—it’s understandably alarming. The causes of double vision range from having the wrong eyeglass prescription to eye misalignment or a neurological issue. It’s important to see […]
Now that Halloween is almost here, kids will no doubt be excited to try on different costumes. And while shopping at your local costume store, you might have noticed some contact lenses on display. Are they safe? The short answer is no. I See Vision Care elaborates on why no one should wear them below.
When you were a kid, you may have been warned by your parents not to sit too close to the television because doing so can cause poor eyesight. You may have also been told that eating carrots will improve your vision. While your parents’ advice was well intended, it turns out these are both myths.
When it’s time to sleep, it’s best to avoid too much light as much as possible. It tends to throw your biological clock and circadian rhythm out of whack. When this happens, your sleep will suffer and can cause eye strain and anxiety. Thankfully, there are ways you can minimize your exposure to light.
Most people who work in office settings spend more than seven hours per day in front of a computer. This extended amount of screen time can cause digital eye strain, also known as computer vision syndrome, which is characterized by redness, dry eyes, neck and shoulder pain, headaches and dizziness.