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.
Before you take a dip at the pool this summer, it’s important to protect your eyes. Pool water contains chemicals that can increase the risk of developing eye infections.
Digital devices like computers, tablets and smart phones have taken over our lives. While this technology has made life more convenient in many ways, there are some downsides, including visual health concerns. Too much screen exposure can lead to physical discomfort associated with computer vision syndrome, also known as digital eye strain.
Gift-giving is one of the best ways to convey the spirit of the season. As the gift-giver, it would be beneficial to you and your child to consider eye safety when picking out gifts for Christmas. In observance of Safe Toys and Gifts Month, your TBI concussion and vision experts from NeuroVisual Specialists of Florida […]
You may not experience double vision or other early eye problem symptoms, but that doesn’t mean you have flawless visual health. Eye conditions like binocular vision dysfunction, for instance, are difficult to detect. Fortunately, NeuroVisual Specialists of Florida and iSee VisionCare’s Dr. Erin Sonneberg specializes in this field and offers neuro-visual evaluation. This involves assessing […]