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What are blue-light-blocking glasses, and do they actually work?

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Blue-light-blocking glasses are essentially glasses which filter out part of the visible light spectrum with a wavelength somewhere in the range of 400 and 450 nanometers (nm). Blue light gets negative criticism on account of its high energy and closeness to UV light in the electromagnetic spectrum (10–400 nm). UV light has been linked to eye damage for some time, yet there is less proof to show the possible damage with visible light.

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Sight development And Vision Assessment in young children

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Our sight develops rapidly during the principal years of life. Let’s learn more about eye development and eye testing in infants, babies, and small kids.

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Signs That You Are Wearing The Wrong Eyeglasses

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For a person having refractive error, glasses are the best option to correct the vision. It is the best way to correct near and far sightedness, astigmatism and presbyopia of old age. They are the easiest and most economical way to correct these eye problems.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Eye Health

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The eye is the most complex organ in the entire human body. Our eyes relay visual information from the surrounding and then sends it to the brain via a complex neuronal network.There are six muscles in each eye that help us see in all directions and are responsible for binocular vision. As we age, like all other senses, our eye functions also start to deteriorate and the incidence of refractive errors, glaucoma and cataract increases. To maintain the health of our eyes, we must get our eyes tested at regular intervals.

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Vivity Lens: The New Intraocular Lens

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INTRODUCTIONA cataract is a condition in which cloudy areas are formed in the natural lens. The development of a cataract in the eye obstructs the passage of light that causes difficulty in vision. It can be treated by replacing the cloudy lens with an intraocular lens through surgery.  If someone is suffering from a cataract

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Intralase

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INTRODUCTION Intralase is an advanced blade-free procedure for correcting refractive errors. The technique makes use of the Intralase laser to create the flap. It helps in creating a flap of pre-determined diameter and depth. WHAT IS INTRALASE? Intralase involves a completely blade-free technology. In a conventional bladed LASIK surgery, the doctor creates the flap with

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Active Lifestyle And Your Ocular Health Benefits

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A sedentary or unhealthy lifestyle can affect various body parts, including the eye. Overeating or unhealthy eating, tobacco smoking and binge drinking may be the causes of visual disturbances. You should lead an active lifestyle to improve your ocular health. Several lifestyle changes reduce the risk of several ocular diseases, such as age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, cataract, and glaucoma. A healthydiet also plays a crucial role in improving and maintaining ocular health.

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Things To Consider While Searching For A New Frame For Eyeglasses

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Whether you want your look fun-loving, sophisticated, conservative, youthful or style conscious, your eyewear can help you to shape it. Eyewear become part of your identity as people generally recognize you by your face. Choosing a good pair of glasses reflects your personality.

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Tips To Slow Down The Progression Of Myopia

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Many people have complaints of seeing blurry objects which are at some distance. These people are able to see the things when they are near. The condition is called myopia and is also known as nearsightedness. It is a common vision defect of the eye. It occurs when light entering the eye forms an image in front of the retina instead of on the retina. It results in a blurry appearance for distant objects.

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Impact Of Blue Light On Your Eyes

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Coronavirus pandemic contributes to an increasing trend of working through digital screens. People are involved in work from homes or virtual learning opportunities. The digital setup provides the comfort of home and flexibility of time. However, it also has some negative effects, especially on the health of an individual.

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Cataract In Children

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It is believed that cataract only occurs in older people. However, children can also be born with a cataract & it may develop gradually with age. Pediatric cataract is one of the leading cause of childhood blindness. Cataract will cause a social and economical burden on the child and family if left untreated.

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Foggy Eyeglasses During Mask-Wearing

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Masks have now become a crucial part of our daily life due to the COVID-19 virus. It is one of the critical steps to prevent the spread and transmission of the COVID-19 virus. While the mask is preventing the unwanted spread of the virus, it has also become a problem for millions of glass wearers.

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Effect Of Smoking On Eye Health

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Smoking has become a lifestyle habit of many individuals throughout the world. Smoking is harmful to human health. Tobacco smoke is generated through cigarettes and other tobacco products. Tobacco smoke contains more than 4000 substances such as carcinogens, irritants and inflammatory agents.

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First Eye Examination Appointment Of Kids

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Healthy vision plays a critical role in a kid’s life. Kids start learning through their eyes. With the help of vision, they can differentiate between the objects. Different shapes, sizes and colours attract kids easily and this helps in enhancing their learning ability. If your child faces difficulties in seeing objects, it can alter their learning ability and also have an impact on their mental growth.

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Effect On Eyes In Children Due To Digital Devices

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Increase in technology development results in increase in the use of digital devices. About 75% of teenagers have smartphones and 25% teens are constantly connected to the internet. More than 75% of teens have their social media accounts on different social networking sites such as Facebook, Instagram or Snapchat.

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How To Select The Best Ophthalmologist?

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Your eyes are an important part of your health. Most people rely on their eyes to see and make sense of the world around them. But with age or due to some accident, everyone needs an eye doctor once in his or her life. Seeing an ophthalmologist for early treatment or preventive eye care is the best way to reduce the risk of permanent eye damage and vision loss. Your ophthalmologist will guide you through many decisions about protecting your vision or treating an eye condition.

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Things To Consider While Searching For A New Frame For Eyeglasses

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Whether you want your look fun-loving, sophisticated, conservative, youthful or style-conscious, your eyewear can help shape your look. Eyewears become part of your identity as people generally recognize you by your face. Choosing a good pair of glasses reflects your personality.

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The Covid-19 Vaccine And Vision

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The new coronavirus is causing havoc all over the world. This new corona virus, known as COVID-19, causes respiratory illness. The most common signs and symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, coughing and breathing difficulties.

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Tips To Slow Down The Progression Of Myopia

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Many people have complaints of seeing blurry objects which are at some distance. These people are able to see the things when they are near. The condition is called myopia and is also known as nearsightedness or short sightedness. It is a common vision defect of the eye. It occurs when the image of a distant object is formed in front of the retina instead of on the retina. It results in a blurry appearance of the distant object.

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Common Eye Problems In Seniors

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The human eye is a specialized sensory organ. It captures and detects visual images. It carries visual information to the brain. The human eye includes the cornea, pupil, lens, iris, retina, optic nerves, aqueous and vitreous humour & photoreceptors.

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