Smoking is injurious to Eyes. Quit Smoking.


For years we have been listening to and ignoring the fact that “Smoking is Injurious to Health.” Smoking is popularly known to associate with many health problems. It’s ill effects range from causing Lung issues to a disease like Cancer. However, did you ever think that underneath your breath, smoking is also damaging your eyesight? Read More

Save Your Sight By Acting At The Right Time.


How often do we ignore the effort we need to put to read a sign board located far off? Or the struggle of being unable to read the stories written in a closely held newspaper? Pages seemed to be painted by ink, both sides, but not a word to understand. Very casually we let go Read More

5 Simple Exercises to Prevent Computer Vision Syndrome


As the name suggests, Computer Vision Syndrome classifies all the eye problems caused due to excessive use of electronic devices like computers, laptops, cell phones, television, etc. Working for 8 hours in front of your computer or laptop, spending sleepless nights infinitely scrolling on social media networks, binge watching your favourite television series; all of Read More

8 things that can cause Eye Twitching and Eyelid Twitching


Generally, an action of random relaxation and contractions of eye muscles occurring in a continuous manner is called eye-twitching.Eye twitching is normal if occurring once in a while. However, frequent eye twitching can be a symptom of ill neurological conditions. Therefore, if the problem lasts for some weeks or maybe months, it is a matter Read More

You must include these in your diet for perfect eyesight


After a day-long routine of uninterrupted tedious activities for your eyes, are you doing enough to take care of your eyesight? If not, its time you begin to give your eyes the nutrition they require. For ages, our grandmothers and mothers have been praising the ability of various eatables which can make our eyesight sharper Read More

Understanding Keratoconus


Keratoconus is an eye disorder which causes thinning of the cornea. It also causes a change in the shape of the cornea. The cornea of our eyes, which is a dome-shaped structure, turns conic under Keratoconus. Cornea is the outermost layer of our eyes. It allows the rays of light to enter the eyes and Read More

Five Facts that you should know about Retinopathy


Diabetic retinopathy develops by the changes occurring in the retina’s blood vessels. There are many changes which can cause this condition to happen. The blood vessels can grow abnormally on the surface of the retina, get swollen or leak fluid. Because the symptoms are not always noticeable in the early stages of diabetic retinopathy, annual Read More

7 Ways to Improve Your Eyesight While Driving


One prominent issue that people with weak vision have to face is the struggle of driving past sunset. If you are one of those hapless souls, then you would then you would totally understand the hustle of driving amidst of torturing light beams which directly target your eyeballs or the trouble of continuously switching between Read More

Questions You Need to Ask Your Doctor When You Go for Lasik Screening


In recent times, LASIK has become the most popular procedure for treating vision problems due to refractive errors. LASIK is recommended for people who live an active life and are tired of all the troubles that come in hand with spectacles and contact lenses. However, deciding to undergo a LASIK surgery is an important decision. Read More

SMILE Versus LASIK


SMILE (Small incision lenticule extraction) is a Laser vision correction beyond LASIK, a step towards flapless, minimally invasive laser correction. SMILE combines state-of-the-art femtosecond technology with high-precision lenticule extraction aiming at providing minimally invasive refractive correction in a single system. A refractive lenticule is created in the intact cornea and removed via a small incision Read More