You may have come across ads for “night driving glasses” or “night vision glasses,” both of which claim to aid those who have trouble seeing at night. But do they really work? Your local optometrist Opti-Care takes an in-depth look.
Have you ever felt your eyelid suddenly begin to twitch involuntarily? If so, then you’ve experienced a condition called myokymia. Typically, only the lower eyelid of one eye is affected, but it is possible for the upper eyelid to twitch as well. While the eye twitching is usually harmless, if it persists, it may be a sign of a neurological condition. As with any visual health concerns, it’s best to consult with your optometrist if you’ve been experiencing frequent bouts of myokymia.
Imagine stepping outside on a bright, sunny day. As a reflex, you’d reach for your sunglasses to help you see more comfortably, only to remember you need your eyeglasses to see where you’re going. For eyeglass wearers, this is a very common dilemma. [Read more…]
Spring is allergy season. One of the most annoying symptoms of spring allergies is eye irritation. Without proper treatment, eye allergies can put a real damper on your daily life and undermine your overall wellbeing.
Stephen Curry is one of the best NBA stars of the modern era. His reputation for shooting three-pointers for his team is nothing short of legendary. That’s why many fans were surprised to find out he has an eye condition called keratoconus.