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Live Free With Glaucoma

Live Free With Glaucoma

Glaucoma: A Brief Summary Glaucoma refers to a group of diseases that damage the optic nerve and cause irreversiblevision loss. There are many types of glaucoma but the most common type is known as open-angle (chronic) glaucoma which appears to be hereditary and normally starts affecting people in their middle age. Even though glaucoma still Read More

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Is Acute Glaucoma – An Inflammatory disease or not?

Is Acute Glaucoma – An Inflammatory disease or not?

Glaucoma: One of the Leading Cause of Blindness Worldwide Glaucoma is an umbrella term for a group of diseases that cause irreversible loss of vision by damaging the optic nerve, which is responsible for transmitting information from our eyes to our brain. One of the leading causes of blindness worldwide, glaucoma increases intraocular pressure of Read More

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Have a look at the guidelines of glaucoma supplements!

Have a look at the guidelines of glaucoma supplements!

What is Glaucoma? It has been estimated that by 2020, there will be 80 million people in the world suffering from glaucoma unless improved screening and more effective treatment options become feasible. But what exactly is glaucoma? A few different diseases come under the broad term of “glaucoma” which share these common traits: Optic nerve Read More

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ICL and its advantages

ICL and its advantages

The implantable contact lens or implantable collamer lens (ICL) is way similar to a normal external contact lens. The main difference is that the ICL is placed inside the eye opposing the outer surface. It doesn’t replace the natural lens but is specially shaped to work with the correct vision problems such as nearsightedness, farsightedness Read More

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Get rid of Astigmatism & Improve your driving performance!

Get rid of Astigmatism & Improve your driving performance!

Astigmatism is an eye condition that occurs when the cornea is irregularly shaped. An irregularly shaped lens or cornea block the light that should focus correctly on the retina. since the pupil dilates in need of more light this condition getsworse at night or in low light. If you are suffering from astigmatism and wear Read More

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Can aging eyes lead to presbyopia?

Can aging eyes lead to presbyopia?

As you grow older, your vision gets a little distracted. Sometimes you may need to wear glasses but you are unaware of the underlying cause for your troubled vision. Presbyopia is an eye condition when patients are less able to focus on objects that are up close. The treatment for presbyopia includes reading glasses or Read More

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5 common myths of LASIK you should know!

5 common myths of LASIK you should know!

LASIK is a popular eye surgery for those suffering from vision problems. Although it is being proved that it is safe, effective, and convenient,there have been plenty of myths and misconceptions surrounding it. Below, we will address some of the 5 common myths about LASIK and remove your misconception around LASIK treatment. Myth 1: LASIK Read More

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Have you heard about presbyopia and its vitamins?

Have you heard about presbyopia and its vitamins?

What is Presbyopia? It is arefractive eye condition that most of the people experience after the age of 40, which is normal for an individual to have.When an object is placed far away from an observer, the light rays pass through the cornea after that the pupil and the lens focus with clarity on the Read More

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Protect your eyes against home hazards

Protect your eyes against home hazards

People wear safety glasses at work while playing sports but the same people don’t think about eye safety at home when cooking, cleaning the yard or doing work in the garage. All too often, when people are doing household works, they forget about the risks they take by not wearing protective eyewear. A split of Read More

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Are your eyes under pressure, it can be a sign of Glaucoma?

Are your eyes under pressure, it can be a sign of Glaucoma?

The second most common cause of vision loss and blindness is the problem of glaucoma, a group of eye conditions that can affect many people. Glaucoma is the result of damage to the optic nerve from increased pressure of the eye. Intraocular Pressure The human eye is filled with fluid aqueous humor in the front Read More

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