Blue light travels in shorter wavelengths and with higher energy than other types of light. Its main source is the sun, but can also be emitted by fluorescent lights, LED lights, flat screen LED TVs, smartphones, computer monitors and tablet screens.
While spring has many perks, like more hours of daylight and warmer weather, this season can be a nightmare if you have eye allergies. Pollen exposure can cause your eyes to burn, itch, water, swell or become red.
Contact lenses are an excellent alternative to eyeglasses. They are perfect for patients with an active lifestyle and for patients who do not like the look of glasses. However, patients should learn how to take care of their contact lenses correctly. To prevent serious eye infections, you must clean and disinfect your contact lenses exactly as directed by your eye doctor.
Contact lenses are designed to improve your vision and, in turn, your quality of life. When used improperly, however, they can bring discomfort or worse, eye infections. Today’s post from Vision Care Plus shares the signs of eye infection as a result of the improper use of contact lenses.
Myopia, also referred to as nearsightedness, is a common refractive error that’s often diagnosed during childhood. Currently, approximately 40% of the U.S. population is affected by this problem. Read on as Vision Care Plus, your provider of quality eye care services and products, talks about this condition in detail.
As the temperatures continue to rise, you may be feeling excited about enjoying what summer has to offer. It’s a great season to spend time with your loved ones, enjoying meals and outdoor activities. Basking in the sun for too long, however, may be harmful not only to your skin, but also to your eyes.
Online shopping continues to trend nowadays mainly because of the convenience it offers. This is helpful for those living in remote areas or who have a hectic lifestyle. In fact, you can even purchase a pair of eyeglasses or contact lenses on the web. With just a few clicks on your device, you can compare the items’ prices, choose what you like and wait for them to arrive in the mail.
Almost all your day-to-day activities involve technology. Whether you’re at home, at work or at school, you’ll eventually have to deal with a blue light-emitting device. Spending too much time in front of the computer, however, can take a toll on your eyes and put you at risk of having computer vision syndrome.