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Work that requires extended use of screen time may lead to unpleasant side effects and symptoms. Eyestrain, eye fatigue, dizziness, neck stiffness, and headaches are just some of these side effects. These are a result of the misalignment of your eyes. Keeping your eyes in sync is the responsibility of the brain. An ideal remedy for this condition is Neurolenses®.
The use of corrective lenses such as glasses, contacts, or surgery cannot restore low vision. The condition does not equal total blindness as the patient retains some vision. Low vision results from blind spots, blurry vision, poor night vision, and other vision problems.
The eye is a complex organ with several layers. The first layer, the conjunctiva, covers the white part of the eye. The cornea is the second dome-shaped layer of tissue. It covers the pupil and iris and helps focus light into the pupil and lens. A progressive condition known as keratoconus can affect the cornea, causing it to lose its shape.
If you are nearsighted, farsighted, astigmatic, or have any other refractive error, you need prescription lenses. You may probably wonder which is best between getting eyeglasses and contact lenses. The answer relies on a few factors that include:
Contact lenses are one of the most popular ways to correct vision errors. Unlike glasses, contacts are worn directly on the eye. They eliminate the inconvenience of wearing eyeglasses. There are different types of contact lenses, ensuring that patients get what they need for their specific vision requirements.
Myopia progression has been moving at an unprecedented rate. According to eye care professionals, myopia is on the rise due to many reasons. These include a decrease in time spent outdoors and an increase in near-work activities and demands. Fortunately, there are treatments that can help.