Did you realize that as you’re reading this, your eyes are doing what we call saccades? Now hold up your finger and follow it with your eyes as you move it in any direction. You just did what we call a pursuit. Saccades are rapid eye jumps, bringing our focus from one object to another. […]
Many children are visual learners. In fact, researchers found that children understand information better when it’s presented or demonstrated to them. This is why it’s necessary to take care of their eyes as early on as possible.
Proper eye development and alignment play important roles in your depth perception. They also prevent you from seeing double and having other eyesight errors. “Crossed eyes,” also known as strabismus, is a vision disorder that occurs when your eyes can’t look at the same point at the same time.
Using corrective eyeglasses or contact lenses may not be enough to correct certain vision errors. Fortunately, Insight Vision Center Optometry offers vision therapy as an equally effective alternate solution. In today’s post, your eye doctors answer some of the most asked questions about this method.
Researchers found that most children are visual learners. In fact, around 80% of what they know has been acquired by what they have seen through demonstrations, pictures or visual aids. This means that your children’s performance in school largely depends on how good their eyesight is.