Category: Blueeyes

On September 19, 2017

Why Contact Lenses and Water Don’t Mix Added on 31 August 2017

If you wear your contact lenses for long enough, you are bound to experience a few instances when your precious contact lenses come into contact with water directly. You may think that because your contact lenses already have a certain water content, that adding a little more water to the mix is not that bad
On December 17, 2016

How Do We See?

Sight is one of our most complex senses. But have you ever stopped to wonder just how eyes work? The process of human vision is pretty amazing. To better understand how we see things, let’s first cover what our eye components, or “structures” do, and help answer the question of how does the eye allow
On December 16, 2016

Our Amazing Eyes And How They Work

Our Amazing Eyes And How They Work Did you see that sunset last night? How about the big game? Or were you watching your daughter take her first steps? Our eyes truly let us see some wonderful things. But how do eyes work? The eyes are fascinating and complex organs with many components. We’d like to
On December 16, 2016

The Evolution Of Sunglasses

The Evolution Of Sunglasses Who doesn’t love sunglasses? A pair of stylish shades not only makes us more fashionable but also provides vital protection for our eyes! Where did the idea of sunglasses begin, though? Let’s learn a little bit more about the history of sunglasses and how they came to be what they are
On December 16, 2016

Is your vision a priority when you’re playing sports?

Home Blog Get In The Game, Protect Your Eyes Is your vision a priority when you’re playing sports? Eye Injuries Can Happen When You Least Expect Them The crisp smell of freshly cut grass on the soccer field, the gleam of the basketball court before a game, the cheering fans at the football stadium, the
On November 4, 2016

Diabetic Eye Disease

November 07, 2013 In conjunction with American Diabetes Month, November is also Diabetic Eye Disease Month. There has been a sharp increase in diabetes and therefore diabetic eye diseases in recent years, making awareness that much more important. The three major eye problems that people with diabetes may develop are diabetic retinopathy, cataracts, and glaucoma.
On November 4, 2016

Why is Vision Blurry After Looking At a Screen For Too Long?

If you work in front of a computer all day, or spend a lot of time watching tv and playing video games, you might have noticed your eyesight getting a bit blurry. This is due to a condition known as Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS), a group of eye and vision-related issues that are the result
On August 17, 2016

Yoga For Eyes

It is not just the limbs and torso that benefit from yoga, even the eyes can reap good results. Here’s how… Yoga, the centuries’ old curative exercise regime that has always worked wonders for the body and mind, is also a great miracle worker for the eyes. Ophthalmologists across the world are now increasingly advising
On August 16, 2016

What Is Keratoconus?

Keratoconus, pronounced “kair-uh-toe-CONE-us,” is a condition where the cornea protrudes outward like a cone. The name comes from Greek (keratokonus) where it literally means “cornea cone.” Keratoconus symptoms It’s unclear why keratoconus arises in certain individuals, but we do know that it causes symptoms because of both the deformed shape of the cornea and the
On August 16, 2016

Identifying Vision Problems In Children

Vision problems are extremely common in children, however parents should keep a look out for warning signs to ensure that the little ones receive timely treatment With summer breaks setting in, your children are likely to spend a lot of time watching television, playing games, swimming and doing a host of other activities that actually