When you look around the room, what do you see? Do you see everything clearly, or are there spots in your visual field that are a bit blurry or fuzzy? If your answer is the latter, you need to see an optometrist for an assessment. In fact, it is a good idea to see an optometrist once a year whether or not you are actually noticing any changes to your vision. Optometrists offer vital services for us all. If you're seeking a better understanding of those services, then we invite you to read the articles provided on this blog, which is all about optometrists and their work.
23 August 2021
Contact lenses can help solve your eye problems. Contacts are better than glasses since you don't have to carry the contacts around like glasses. Also, contacts move with your eyes and provide a broader view. While the only way to establish that you need contact lenses is by visiting an optometrist, here are signs that can help you know that you need contacts. Migraines Eye problems may not be the only cause of migraines.
6 April 2021
For most adults, heading to the eye doctor is a walk in the park. You simply make the appointment, undergo the testing, and go about the rest of your day. Unfortunately, it is a completely different story for children. When you are undergoing an eye examination, it is imperative to stay still. This is probably the most difficult part for children. Keep reading to learn some steps on how to get your child to sit still at the eye clinic and undergo the testing the right way.
26 January 2021
Are you someone who tends to shrug off various medical symptoms and minor problems, figuring they will go away on their own? Sometimes, the problems probably do fade away, never to return again. Other times, though, they really are an indication that something is amiss. The following symptoms, for example, are often brushed aside, when really they indicate that you should see an optometrist. Frequent Headaches There are a lot of reasons why you may be getting headaches frequently.
2 November 2020
Vision is arguably the most important of the five senses. If you want your eyesight to serve you for many years, you have to be careful about what you eat, the kind of light you expose your eyes to, and how you deal with eye infections. While some eye diseases such as strabismus, short and long-sightedness, squinting, and walleyes are genetic, there are other conditions that you can control. The most important thing is to understand the common indicators that your eye health might be failing and see an experienced optometrist at the right time.
19 October 2020
Vision care is most likely something you are skimping out on, and eye care as well. Both are very important in your day to day living and important in preventing vision or eye concerns that could be irreversible. Taking care of your eyes is something you should be doing daily, but most rarely even think about this. Read on for some eye care you may be forgetting about or skimping out on to help you care for your eyes.