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Eye Care Tips – Summer Edition

 

Overexposure to the sun can cause eye conditions like photokeratitis, conjunctivitis, cataracts or even eyelid cancer. There are several steps you can take to maximise eye protection this summer and help to prevent causing damage to the eyes while you are out enjoying the weather.

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What Is Presbyopia?

 

Presbyopia is a very common eye condition that is a natural part of the ageing process. As you age, your vision changes, this is due to the natural changes in the lens of the eye.

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5 Top Vegetables for Healthy Eyes

 

The foods we consume play a vital part in our overall health and it is often said that ‘food is healing’. Improving your diet and making sure to eat your ‘five a day’ will have major health benefits for your eyes and general health. A healthy lifestyle may reduce the risk of eye health problems.

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Can Stress and Anxiety Affect Your Vision?

 

Stress and anxiety can have several mental and physiological effects on the human body. It can be both consequence and cause of vision loss and your eyes are no exception to the physical impact of stress and anxiety.

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Retinal Detachment: What Is It?

 

The retina is an essential part of the eye that enables vision. It transmits light entering the eye, which turn into nerve signals, to the brain for visual recognition. The retina is a key factor for normal healthy vision. It is surrounded by vitreous fluid that provides it with essential nutrients and oxygen.

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5 Top Fruits for Healthy Eyes

 

A healthy lifestyle can significantly reduce the risk of eye health problems. Foods that are high in antioxidants and vitamins play a key role in the health of your eyes. Regular exercise and a balanced diet are important for general wellbeing and protecting against many eye health conditions.

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Eliminating Computer Eye Strain

 

Vision problems like farsightedness, astigmatism and presbyopia (ageing of the eyes) can all contribute to the development of visual symptoms when using a computer or digital screen device.

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