Does it seem like everyone is talking about blue light these days? There’s a reason for it. If you’re reading this on one of your screens (smartphone, laptop, tablet), you’re exposing your eyes to blue light now, though that might be a bit simplified. Blue light is just one color on the light spectrum that we’re exposed to on a daily basis.
As we continue to purchase many consumer products through the Internet, we have become accustomed to the convenience of making purchases at the push of a button while finding the lowest possible price. However, that immediacy and bargain is not a worthy substitute for the value of getting your glasses properly fitted by a professional optician.
How to tell if I need new glasses
For many people who wear glasses, it’s tough to get rid of that old pair you love so much. You’ve had them for so long, they’re part of your personality. People know you by your glasses!
As tough as it is to let go,
How often should I have my kids eyes checked?
Researchers say up to 10 percent of preschoolers and up to 25 percent of school-age children have vision disorders, and many of these problems can affect learning. Unfortunately, many children’s vision problems don’t have obvious signs and symptoms and aren’t detected in school vision screenings.
Ways to improve your eye health
More than ever, we are using our eyes to stare at small type and images on computer screens, televisions, and cell phones, which leads to eye fatigue and an increase in age-related eye problems. However, diminished eyesight does not have to be an inevitable part of living long.