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Your Guide To Healthy Eyes For Life

My eyesight had been getting worse for months and I didn't take the time to visit my eye doctor. When the headaches started, I finally went for an eye examination and I needed stronger prescription eyeglasses. Hello, my name is Janelle White and my blog focuses on eye health. By neglecting the warning signs of my failing eyesight for months, the problem got worse. I hope that my blog will motivate others to regularly visit their optometrist for an eye exam. When reading my blog, you'll learn about common eye conditions and diseases of the eye. You'll also learn about the symptoms that indicate you need to make an eye doctor appointment immediately. I'll also discuss the importance of regular eye exams for children and how you can tell if your child is having sight problems. Thanks for reading my blog and take care of your eyes.

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Three Tips For Dealing With Contacts While On A Vacation

Contact care can be simple when you are going from home to work and back. If you do not tend to stray from your daily routine, putting in and taking out contacts can be a cinch. The only problem with your eyewear comes when you must break your routine. Though vacations are fun, for those who have sight issues, it requires extra planning. Here are three steps to dealing with wearing contacts while on a vacation. Read More 

2 Options To Consider If You Are Having Trouble With Your Contacts

Wearing contact lenses can often be a great option for those individuals that do not want to wear glasses, but they can also be a bit of a problem for many people, as contacts can often result in dry or irritated eyes for them. However, there are some options that can help you if you are having trouble with your contacts, such as the two listed below. Consider Taking Supplements Read More 

Cloudiness In Your Child’s Eyes? He Or She May Have Childhood Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a condition that causes increased pressure in the eye, which damages the optic nerve. Damage to the optic nerve can result in blindness. In fact, the leading cause of blindness in people aged 60 and over is glaucoma. Some people are at higher risk of developing glaucoma, including people who are over 40, people with thin corneas, and people with poor blood circulation. However, glaucoma can also affect children, particularly within their first year of life. Read More 

Visiting An Optometrist

Your vision is something that you should cherish and take care of, but no matter how well you take care of your eyes, problems can arise. If you have noticed that there have been changes in your eyesight, then it is time to visit with an optometrist. Visiting an optometrist can be a little nerve-racking, but it is important to remember that the optometrist will be looking to help you in any way that they can in regards to your eyesight. Read More 

3 Things You Need To Know About Safety Glasses For Yard Work

Yard work may not seem dangerous, but appearances can be deceiving. Between 2000 and 2009, 81,907 Americans injured themselves while operating a lawn trimmer, and 42.5% of those people had eye injuries. If you don't wear proper eye protection while you're using tools like lawn trimmers, lawn mowers or leaf blowers, you could end up with serious eye injuries. Here are three things you need to know about safety glasses for yard work. Read More