Eating right can help you avoid different eye conditions. Your eye can benefit from foods rich in antioxidants, such as lutein, zeaxanthin, beta-carotene, omega-3 fatty acids, zinc, and vitamins A, C and E. Many of these vitamins and minerals can be found in your leafy greens.
Dry eye occurs when you don’t have sufficient quality tears to sustain and keep your eyes moist. This eye condition is a common and persistent problem, especially in older adults. One complication that comes with dry eye is migraines.
Drinking coffee is an essential part of many people’s morning routines. Unfortunately, caffeine can aggravate certain conditions, such a glaucoma. If you have the condition, there’s no need to worry, however—you don’t necessarily have to quit cold turkey. You just have to be more mindful of your caffeine intake. The ortho-k experts at Insight Vision […]
It’s not uncommon for people to dismiss issues with their vision as something that’s just temporary – that is until the symptoms worsen. Symptoms are your body’s way of telling you that something’s wrong, and it would be wise for you to take heed of them.
Whether swimming is an exercise or a form of relaxation for you, it can’t be denied that pool water can irritate your eyes. The good thing is that you can prevent this from happening.