Computer vision syndrome is a common problem that people experience – especially if they work in an office or spend a lot of time at the computer. Knowing the symptoms of computer vision syndrome and what to do about it can help you take care of your eyes. Most of all, it’s important to communicate […]
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Are you suffering from dry, red, itchy eyes? A lot of people have this problem in winter. You’re not alone! Knowing what you can do to get rid of dry eyes at this time of year can help you take care of your eyes and improve your quality of life this winter. Here’s what to […]
If you have allergies, you may refer to yourself as having allergy eyes. Funny enough, your Austin, TX eye doctor will also know exactly what you’re talking about when you refer to having allergy eyes. Treating eye allergies is something that your eye doctor does on a regular basis. And in Austin, TX, eye allergies are more […]
As you age, your vision can change in a way that makes it difficult to focus on items that are close to your face. While contact lenses in Austin are often thought of as an option for people with typical vision impairments, multifocal lenses are a good option for older adults who have more varied vision issues. […]
You may not think of conjunctivitis as an ocular disease in Austin, TX, but it is categorized as such. Often referred to as “pink eye,” conjunctivitis is quite common, affecting over 3 million people annually. Defined as an irritation or inflammation of the white part of the eyeball, known as the conjunctiva, it is characterized by […]
By 2050, the number of people with some type of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is expected to double to 22 million. While age is a huge factor in this very common eye disease, several other factors can heighten your risks. To better understand how closely you need to monitor for macular degeneration in Austin, TX with your eye doctor, […]
If you spend hours a day in front of a computer screen, you may be at higher risk of developing a disorder called computer vision syndrome, or CVS. CVS happens because your eyes are not changing direction and focus regularly. Instead, they’re following the same path repeatedly, as they travel across your screen. This causes […]
There are many things that can cause dry eye in Austin, TX, but many people experience dry eye either because their tears are evaporating more quickly than they’re being produced, or because their body isn’t making as many tears as it should. The causes of these problems can vary. If you suffer from dry eye, […]
One of the understandable questions that people often ask when they find out if they have low vision is whether they can still drive. This is a good question to ask, and it’s one that you should be considered when you find out that you have a vision impairment. If you have low vision or […]
Does one or both of your eyes look red and feel itchy or gritty? Is discharge coming out of one or both eyes? You may have pink eye. Also known as conjunctivitis, pink eye is a common condition that affects about 6 million people in the United States each year. The condition causes inflammation of […]
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