Many people think it’s their contact lenses that are making their eyes dry, but the truth is that contact lens wearers, as well as non-wearers alike, can suffer from dry eye syndrome. Wearing contact lenses, however, does make the condition more pronounced as contact lenses begin to dry out, too, making them uncomfortable to wear.
During summer, you won’t think twice to apply sunblock on your skin to prevent exposure, but you may have forgotten that your eyes need to be protected as well. Wearing protective eyewear is especially important for children; they have to start wearing them at a young age as it shields their eyes from years of […]
With the wide selection of eyeglasses out there, it’s not easy to choose one that fits well and can be used for any occasion. In this post, your local vision therapy experts, Insight Vision Center guides you on how to choose the best pair for you.
Contact lenses are convenient, comfortable and effective. However, certain eye conditions can make one’s eyes incompatible with regular contact lenses. One common disorder that can prevent the use of contact lens use is keratoconus.
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.