Using a Computer: 3 Signs Your Eyes Are Strained

Posted on: 20 August 2019

If you have a job which requires you to spend long hours looking at a computer screen, you may be at risk of developing eye strain. Understanding the signs that your screen time is placing strain on your eyes can allow you to take action to remedy the situation. Read on to find out more about the signs of eye strain caused by a computer screen. Your vision becomes blurred
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4 Great Reasons to Choose Titanium Eyeglass Lenses

Posted on: 19 December 2018

When you choose your next pair of prescription glasses, you'll probably be thinking about the shape and colour of your frames rather than the material. However, the material your frames are made from makes a big difference, and those who wear glasses regularly should definitely think about upgrading to titanium. Of course, titanium frames do cost a little more than those made from plastic or other metals, but they also present a wide selection of benefits, and here are just four.
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Understanding Macular Degeneration

Posted on: 20 June 2017

Macular degeneration affects your central vision and occurs when the macula (which is located in the centre of the retina) deteriorates. Those with the condition have no problem with their peripheral vision, but they experience varying degrees of vision loss when looking straight ahead. It's a common eye disorder that most often affects the elderly population, and it's categorised as either wet or dry. Wet macular degeneration is less common than dry macular degeneration, and it causes sufferers to see a dark spot when looking ahead due to blood vessels bleeding under the retina.
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Good Foresight: Tips for Visiting the Optometrist

Posted on: 29 November 2016

Though our eyesight is extremely important, we often don't do everything we can to protect it.  With our jobs, families and friends keeping us busy, it can be difficult to schedule out appointments for things such as optometrists, especially if you feel there's nothing wrong with your vision.  Besides, it can be awkward when you get there.  However, biting the bullet and going along regularly to optometry appointments can seriously help you in the long run!
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