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Clarity Vision - January 26, 2023
According to the American Ophthalmology Association, it is possible to have clearer vision with age. This is referred to as second sight. But this clarity of vision will occur based on the vision problem you had before. The following are the details you should know to understand how one can have better eyesight with age.
Clarity Vision - January 21, 2023
Worldwide, many people constantly deal with vision issues. The most common are refractive errors comprising three types, but one, Myopia, is much more prevalent than the others. It is so prevalent that some experts consider it an epidemic since the numbers are only growing.
Clarity Vision - January 18, 2023
Most people eagerly anticipate the Summer season every year. During the season, our culture reverts to stressing the importance of shielding our eyes from sunlight. But did you realize that even in Winter, UV radiation can harm your eyes?
Clarity Vision - January 16, 2023
Switching between glasses and contacts can be a struggle, despite all the benefits that come with the tiny lenses. It is entirely natural, as with any other transition in life. One of the best ways to prepare and make the best of the change is to know what to expect. Once you get through it, you will understand why 45 million Americans permanently put their eyeglasses in their cases.
Clarity Vision - January 10, 2023
If you have 20/20 vision or better—congratulations. You are in the minority, as most Americans wear eyeglasses, contact lenses, or both to improve their vision. Still, many are hesitant to wear glasses or contacts out of fear of worsening their vision or making them more dependent on corrective eyewear. On the other hand, many believe not wearing glasses will worsen their eyesight.
Clarity Vision - January 10, 2023
You will likely first use glasses when you know you have a vision problem like myopia or hyperopia. When you start using them, you are glad—even delighted—at how well you can see. Then a little later, you decide to try contact lenses, and the world changes again. You start to see better than you ever thought possible and think contacts are excellent.
Clarity Vision - December 22, 2022
Wearing sunglasses in the winter may seem odd, but eye doctors recommend it. You do not wear sunglasses during winter to block out the sun. You wear them to cut the sun’s glare and stop it from affecting your vision.
Clarity Vision - December 16, 2022
Eye infections come in different forms and can occur due to various causes. Because of their varying causes, they often require different treatment plans. Each eye infection causes a specific combination of symptoms. However, some symptoms are common with all infections. Some symptoms are blurry vision, pain, redness, and itching.
Clarity Vision - December 13, 2022
Statistics show that since 1971, myopia rates in America have increased. There was 25 percent then, but the condition affects over 41 percent of Americans today. Studies show that spending many hours using your screen can strain your eyes.
Clarity Vision - December 12, 2022
You may start experiencing new or increased dry eye symptoms when temperatures drop. Dry eyes occur due to inadequate tears or when the tears you produce are of poor quality to keep your eyes moist and lubricated. Read on to learn how cold weather can impact your dry eye symptoms to help combat such occurrences for the health of your eyes.