Have you ever noticed that your eyes feel strained after a long, stressful day? Indeed, there’s an intriguing connection between stress, mental well-being, and vision. High-stress levels or poor mental health can impact your vision, sometimes resulting in blurriness, dryness, or tension. Understanding this link and learning how to manage these factors can help you maintain optimal eye health. Let’s explore this further to help you better care for your eyes.[Read more…]
Eye safety—it’s not just for the workplace. Indeed, there are many potential risks to your vision lurking in your own home, from sharp kitchen utensils to household chemicals. Even day-to-day tasks can pose a threat, if you’re not careful. Understanding what good eye safety looks like at home is the first step to protecting your sight. Opti-Care, the trusted provider of prescription contact lenses and eyeglasses in the area, explains more.[Read more…]
In today’s digital age, many children and adults spend hours a day playing video games. While video games can be fun and interactive, spending too much time attached to a screen can have a negative impact on your visual health. Consult your local eye doctor to help minimize the effect of video games on your vision.
Blepharoptosis, more commonly known as ptosis, is a condition that causes you to have low-lying upper eyelids. This impacts both your physical appearance and, in some cases, your vision. In today’s post, your expert optometrist from Opti-Care answers commonly asked questions about this condition. [Read more…]