Winter is just around the corner and temperatures are plummeting. The frigid temperatures tend to bring drier air, which can put you at risk of developing dry eye syndrome. In today’s post, Shady Grove Eye and Vision Care, your trusted eye specialist, shares some ways to manage
The back part of your eye is lined with a light-sensitive layer known as the retina. This structure is responsible for converting light rays into nerve signals, which the optic nerve delivers to the brain for translation.
When you look at an object, your eyes use six muscles that work together to produce an image. Strabismus develops when they fail to coordinate with each other, with one eye focusing in one direction and the other eye in another. This has led to the layman’s term “crossed eyes".
The most important part of keeping your eyes healthy and functioning well is the ability to commit to regular, scheduled eye examinations. As with other issues, eye problems start small. Regular checkups can spot eye problems before they worsen, which makes it easier for them to
Dry eye syndrome is a condition caused by a lack of quality tears for washing your eyes, an activity that keeps your eyes nourished and lubricated. It's not so much the inability to produce tears as much as the inability to produce the kind of tears your eyes need to function
Some of the most common eye issues include:
Most daily activities now involve technology. Whether at home, school, or work, you will deal with a blue light device. Spending prolonged time in front of the computer, for instance, can take a toll on your eyes. This results in digital eye strain or computer vision syndrome.
Many people are aware of the harmful effects of UV-A and UV-B radiation on the skin. However, they may not realize that they can also have long- and short-term negative effects on the eyes and vision. Over a short period, patients will likely experience photokeratitis, a painful,
Is eating carrots good for your eye health? Fortunately, our moms are partially right on encouraging us to eat carrots to improve our vision. While carrots have high levels of nutritional value, it’s unlikely that they’ll make significant impact in how well we see.
Over the years, more and more people have been diagnosed with diabetes. According to the American Diabetes Association, nearly 30 million Americans had diabetes in 2012, and the incidence was one million newly diagnosed cases each year. Additionally, 86 million Americans who are