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Computer Vision Syndrome

We are in a digital world today, and it is not surprising that a good percentage of the world’s population spend the hours of the day staring at bright screens of their computers, mobile phones, and other digital devices. If you are a part of this percentage of the population, you might experience some symptoms of eye strain and might need to visit an optometrist in Winter Park...

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Daily or Monthly Contact Lens: Making a choice

At some point, before you are issued your contact lenses in Winter Park, you have the option of getting either a daily or monthly contact lens. If you have been wearing glasses for a long time, you may find the process of switching to contact lenses not-so-simple...

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The Causes of dry eyes that you have to know

It has happened to all of us at one time or the other. You are reading a book, pressing your phone or working on your computer and when you blink, you feel a kind of friction in between your eyelids, it is not normal. Even though we blink several times within a day, the moment your eyelid doesn’t glide over your eye smoothly, you will notice it...

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Pinkeye: Eye Doctor’s Perspective

A number of years ago, an outbreak of pink eye in a elementary school had all the moms frantic and half of the school would be missing in action shortly after the announcement was sent home. Those days were prior to the education parents and health care providers have been receiving in current times about preventive measures to help in ceasing the spread of pink eye...

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What You Need to Know About Far-sighted Eyes

Eye terminology can be very confusing. When your optometrist diagnoses you or your family members with farsighted vision, that is usually the end of the explanation. Farsighted vision can create so many different effects on your eyesight that it may not even seem to be one visual condition. Being farsighted (hyperopia) usually results in good distance vision, with problems induced by near tasks like reading and computer work...

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Contact Lens Care

Many contact lens user are either ignorant or didn't do the right things when comes to caring contact lens. Depending on the type of lens you are wearing, there are many different options for cleaning and disinfecting your lenses. Like all synthetic materials, contact lenses are subject to a buildup of micro-organisms and deposits...

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All You Need To Know About Contact Lenses

Contact lenses are used for vision correction and are placed on the cornea of the eye. They do the same corrective function that conventional spectacles, or glasses, do. However, in comparison, they are very light in weight and are, for all purposes, invisible. Contact lenses help form the image on the retina of the eye by either converging or diverging the rays of light entering the eye...

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Eye Allergies

Are you familiar with all of the unpleasant signs of allergies? If you are one of the millions of people who are affected by allergies, this list of symptoms should appear only too familiar...

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Why People Visit Optometrists

According to Optometrists in winter park, there are a number of reasons people visit an optometrist, as opposed to an ophthalmologist. An optometrist is an eye specialist who provides primary eye care services of the following nature...

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All You Need to Know About Night Blindness

Night blindness, also known as nyctalopia, is the inability to acclimatize to dim lighting conditions. Some people become more nearsighted at night as the pupil dilates in dark conditions, a condition called spherical aberration. When a person is unable to see well enough to distinguish distinct images in low lighting conditions, night blindness results...

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Eye Symptoms You Shouldn't Ignore

Eye problems range from mild to severe in symptoms and conditions. With various types of problems that range from dry eyes to bloodshot eyes, and from eye discharge and puffy eyes, we have to remember that our vision is our most important sense, our windows to the world, and therefore if problems occur it's best to seek the advice of an eye care professional immediately...

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Top Ten Foods (Nutrients) That Are Healthy For Your Eyes

Taking care of your eyes does not always need to involve an eye doctor in Winter Park. Here are the top ten foods (nutrients) that are healthy for your eyes"...

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Tips for protecting your eyes during seasonal allergies

As spring makes its journey to be with us, and the sun awaiting a return while the flowers blooms, allergy season will be upon us soon. Believe it—eye allergies don’t smile like your Christmas chicken. They manifest in crazy ways, and if you have them, your eyes will start showing the symptoms, sometimes, only in one eye, but not always the same eye for everyone...

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Tips for protecting your eyes in the digital age

Man is a revolutionary being whose intelligence has advanced the world to a level never envisaged by our ancestors. Today, you can through your smartphone send messages to your friends in another country, buy goods worth millions, and pay for them without leaving the comfort of your room...

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7 Signs That You Need to Visit an Optometrist in Winter Park

When was the last time that you had an eye exam? Of course, the effects of illness on our body systems vary, but it is advisable to have your eyes examined at least, once a year. However, certain conditions indicate you need to have an eye exam...

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