Going To The Eye Doctor

Did You See That? What You Should Know About Eye Floaters

Posted by on April 19, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Did You See That? What You Should Know About Eye Floaters

If you’ve been struggling with strange dots and disruptions in your vision, you may be experiencing something that optometrists call floaters. While it can certainly be alarming to see, it’s not always a cause for concern. Here’s a look at what you should know about eye floaters and how they affect your eye health and vision. Understanding Eye Floater Basics To understand what eye floaters are, you’ll need to understand the composition of your eye. When you look at something, the light passes through a clear liquid in...

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What You Need To Know About Chiari If You’ve Been Diagnosed With Acquired Esotropia

Posted by on April 12, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on What You Need To Know About Chiari If You’ve Been Diagnosed With Acquired Esotropia

Acquired esotropia is a condition in which one eye deviates inward while the other eye remains normal. This condition is more commonly called crossed eyes. This can cause a double vision, blurred vision, eye fatigue, and headaches. It is often corrected by wearing bifocals, but it’s important to determine if Chiari 1 malformation is the cause of the condition. Here’s what you need to know. Chiari 1 Malformation Researchers have found that acquired esotropia may be a sign of Chiari 1 malformation, which is a defect in the base of...

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Is Your Once-Perfect Vision Beginning to Blur? Can Supplements or Treatments Help?

Posted by on March 30, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Is Your Once-Perfect Vision Beginning to Blur? Can Supplements or Treatments Help?

Even if you’ve enjoyed perfect 20/20 vision your entire adult life, you may find yourself dealing with blurry vision, headaches, and eye pain once you hit your 40s. This condition, called presbyopia, affects more than one in seven people worldwide and often results from changes in the structure of your eye lens due to aging. While correction with bifocal glasses or contacts can allow you to see clearly again, you may be reluctant to sign up for an eye care routine after four decades or more of glasses-free living. What are some natural...

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