eye health

The woman lost the contact lens while playing badminton as a teen, only to find it still stuck in her eye in her 40s.
For Glamour, by Amy Schlinger. Real talk: if you’re a regular contact wearer, chances are you’ve fallen asleep in your contacts
I spent a good 12 hours yesterday in front of my laptop monitor. I didn't plan to go that long, but hey, life happens, and things need to get done. The upside: I got a ton of things done. The downside: my eyes were seriously strained at the end of the day.
In her book, Real Happiness, my meditation teacher, Sharon Salzberg writes, "The light still illuminates the room and banishes
But if you're considering Lasik, you probably have some questions like, "Will I be laid up for days?" "Will it hurt?" And: "What are the odds it'll work?" Before you go under the laser, here are a few things you should know.
I have determined it's a psychological thing, probably caused by anxiety and worsened by insomnia. And I am pretty sure it
4. Regular Doctor Visits - Visiting your eye doctor regularly can help protect your eyes from diseases and disorders; many
Did you know that certain foods (other than carrots) can also improve your eye health? According to a study by the National Eye Institute, foods high in antioxidants such as omega-3 fatty acids, glutathione, zinc and vitamins C and E may reduce the risk of certain diseases.
Vision impairment, such as presbyopia, can compromise a person's quality of life because it reduces the capacity for everyday activities: reading, working, driving, etc.