5 Ways To Protect Your Eyesight & Your Overall Health

Keeping your eyes health requires you to take care of your overall health. Doing things such as eating healthy, avoid smoking, wearing sunglasses, staying at a healthy weight and giving your eyes a rest. Eating Healthy The first thing that you need to do is look at your diet. Your diet doesn't just impact your waistline; it plays a role in the overall health of numerous parts of your body. If you want to protect your eyesight, you need to start eating healthier. Read More 

Contact Lenses For Hard-To-Fit Eyes

Having clear vision is important when it comes to properly seeing the world around you. Many people don't want to be bothered with eyeglasses and prefer to wear contacts to correct their vision problems instead. While contact can be a great solution for most vision problems, you may have eyes that are hard to fit with contact lenses. Here are three conditions that could complicate the contact lens fitting process, and some types of lenses that you can invest in to correct your vision with these conditions. Read More 

4 Tips For Finding The Perfect Summer Designer Eyewear

As the summer approaches, it is time to prepare for sunny adventures. Part of preparing yourself is finding the right pair of sunglasses to protect your eyes from the sun. Even if you plan to only be in the sun for brief periods of time, it is important to wear sunglasses. Here are some tips to help you find the designer eyewear you need to get through the warmer months.  Read More 

Do You See The Light?: Three Signs That You May Really Need To See An Optometrist

Some people, especially those approaching middle age and beyond, frequently avoid doctors and medical professionals of all kinds. If you have not needed glasses most of your life, you are probably one of those people who has avoided seeing an optometrist. However, your eyes can change dramatically with age, and there are definitive signs that you need to see an optometrist right away. Here are just three of those signs that will help you see the light (and everything else around you! Read More 

Three Signs Your Child May Be Nearsighted

Although your child's last vision check may have been normal, it's possible to develop nearsightedness (also known as myopia) at any point during childhood. Myopia can be inherited from parents, so your child is at a higher risk of this if one or both parents are also nearsighted. However, having nearsighted parents doesn't mean your child is certain to be nearsighted. Environment and habits play a part as well, so your child may not develop any vision problems at all. Read More