The human body requires an adequate amount of sleep to keep itself in optimal health. This is also true when it comes to your eyes and vision since there are various ways sleep can affect your eye health. That said, it’s important to give your body and your eyes enough rest every day.[Read more…]
Everything can now be accomplished online, from buying new clothes to earning a degree. Even eye tests can now be done from the comfort of your home as long as you have a stable internet connection. But are virtual exams enough to replace in-person optometrist visits? Read on as we shed light on the matter.[Read more…]
Whether they are used for work or leisure, mobile phones, laptops, tablets and other related devices have become an integral part of our everyday lives. On the downside, prolonged use can compromise your visual health and comfort. Opti-Care, your local provider of dry eye treatments, discusses everything you need to know about computer vision syndrome in today’s post.
Vision problems in children can be difficult to detect. Young children in particular may not consciously realize they have a vision problem. As parents, it’s important to be vigilant about your child’s visual health, especially given how important vision is to learning. In this blog, local eye care center Opti-Care discusses signs of hidden vision problems in children and discusses when you should call an eye doctor.
Having vision insurance helps reduce the costs of eye care expenses. Just like health insurance, you pay a monthly premium for this coverage. While health insurance covers the cost of treating eye-related diseases or injuries, a vision plan covers the cost of regular eye care maintenance, including prescriptions for eyeglasses and contact lenses, as well as eye exam visits.[Read more…]