It’s all Greek and Latin to you, abbreviations such as OS, OD and OU, stare at your face as you look at the prescription for your eyeglasses. Although you may not be required to understand everything in it, it helps to get a hang of what it means. An eyeglass prescription is mostly about refractive error correction. A refractive error… Continue reading How to Read your Eyeglass Prescription
If you have perfect vision, then it is likely that you take your eyesight for granted at times. Why wait for your vision to become impaired? You can prevent your eyes from going bad just by adding a few things to your diet. Carrots You have probably heard enough about how good raw carrots are for your eyes. Whatever you… Continue reading Seven Foods to Help You See Better
There are many misconceptions about contact lenses among consumers. Not many people are informed about how safe they are or for what age-group they are best suited. This group of customers is relatively conservative in their mindset. On the other hand, there are a number of people who make online purchases for contact lenses without knowing much about the product.… Continue reading Tips for Buying Contact Lenses
It has been proven that certain kinds of food can indeed improve your eyesight, reverse symptoms of optical aging, and maintain the health of the eyes. Before we go into the details, it would be a good idea to discuss some of the common eye problems. Common Vision Problems Think of the eye as a camera. Like a camera, the… Continue reading Protect Your Eyesight by Eating the Right Food
Your eyeglasses must have a precise prescription. When your vision is being tested, there is little room for mistakes. When you put on your new eyeglasses for the first time, you might have expected your vision to be sharper and clearer compared to the old pair. But if your vision is not what you expected, you need to know how… Continue reading Wrong Eyeglass Prescription – What are the symptoms?
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