Fri

17

Oct

2014

How Vision Problems Affect the Economic Growth

Blindness and vision problems reduce the quality of life and increase economic burden to society. You are aware of the responsibility of your vision in everything you do. Almost every action requires a vision – walking, reading, lifting are some of the few. Comparing a blind and a visually healthy human being. You know which of the two are more productive when given a particular task. Of course, not in all aspects. However, almost in everything you can say that the person with a good vision is more productive. 

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Thu

25

Sep

2014

Is Google Glass Safe for Your Eyes?

Google Glass
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Now that Google Glass has become more and more enticing for users, news keeps blowing out from the internet of whether or not, it is safe for the eyes. Google Glasses have made an impact in today's generation with their outstanding features which are helpful in both saving time and being productive at work. The Google Glass allows a user to record or take pictures without ever moving his/her hands. They are sort of spectacle with an embedded tiny screen that displays images, emails, maps, and other information a user desires to see. 

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Mon

01

Sep

2014

Best Foods to Eat for Cataracts Treatment

The inevitability of growing old entails weakening one's vision, and one particular disease that often arises is the cataracts. Although the research hasn't proven the ability of the nutrition to prevent cataracts, but there are distinct evidences that it can slow down the growth. 

 

The children and young individuals have a better chance to treat eye cataracts compared to the elderly. Nevertheless, everyone can obtain non-painful treatment by eating the right food that will keep the eyes healthy. Generally, eating foods that are rich in antioxidants and B vitamins can slow down cataracts. Best Mississauga Optometrist also included an intake of low-quality carbohydrates like sugary foods, beverages, and refined, white starches can be a great help.

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Fri

25

Jul

2014

Eye Makeup Can Be A Root of Eye Problems

Eye Make and Eye Problems
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It's been a woman's mantra to never leave a house's premise without putting on a mascara or eyeliner. Makeup is always on a purse of a woman, use to enhance the appearance of the eyes - an added factor beauty. According to Optometrist Mississauga, whatever the reason behind wearing a makeup, one thing every woman should know: it can be a root of eye problems

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Sun

22

Jun

2014

The Danger of Ultraviolet Radiation To The Eyes

Protective Sunglass

In order to protect the eyes from the harmful solar radiation, sunglasses need to block 100% of UV rays and absorb high-energy visible (HEV) rays. Frames that has a close-fitting wraparound style offer the best protection as they limit how much stray sunlight reaches the eyes from above and beyond the periphery of the sunglass lens. While most people would prefer to ultraviolet radiation as UV light, the term is actually incorrect as one cannot see UV rays.

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Wed

14

May

2014

Vision Care: The Cure When Things Get Fuzzy

How's Your Vision

Are you realizing that the world around you is getting a little out of focus lately? You're not alone. In fact, in the US 75% of Americans need vision correction. While problems with vision can put a damper on your activities, in most cases, it can corrected with the help of prescriptive eyewear. Below are some of the most common problems that most people experience that can corrected with the use of contact lenses and eyeglasses. If any of the conditions below describes your vision, make sure to schedule an exam with your eye doctor.

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Sun

13

Apr

2014

Eye Examination: Signs that You Need One

Adult Eye Exam

When is the right time to take an Eye Exam Mississauga? Every person is different, thus, it is essential to follow the advice that your eye doctor provides and recommends. If you are not certain because it has been a long time since your last visit to the doctor, there are signs that you can watch out for to determine that you need one.

 

Unlike a visit to the dentist, it is not generally necessary to have a visit to the eye doctor every six months. A comprehensive exam every two years would ensure that your eyes are healthy and your vision will stay sharp. If you have any medical conditions, such as diabetes and other ocular disorders, high prescription, previous eye trauma or surgery, lazy eyes, or a family history of macular degeneration or glaucoma, you need to have more frequent eye examinations.

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Wed

15

Jan

2014

Eye Health Statistics in Canada (Infographic)

Have the closer look with regards to the statistics of the eye health in Canada. In this graphic you can see the breakdown of the percentage of the individual in Canada who have various eye problems as well as the financial cost of blindness. I is also stated how many Canadians who are not aware that they are already suffering from eye illness.

 

In addition, risk factors and symptoms are also provided to take precautionary actions. Tips on how to properly take care of the eye are also listed for your advantage and keep yourself and your family from the arising of the eye problems and diseases.

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Thu

14

Nov

2013

Laser Surgery for Better Vision

Professional eye care doctors at Optical Mississauga offer laser eye consultations for patients who want freedom from eye wear. If qualified, patients will no longer need eyeglasses or contact lenses to correct their vision problems. Laser treatment has become quite popular due to their affordability and convenience. Most patients who have successfully undergone the procedure have reported improved vision with no side effects.

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Tue

29

Oct

2013

Eye Care for Blurry Vision

Blurry vision is often associated with old age. A person suffering it at an early age will feel old. People with ages 40 and above but already experiencing blurry vision have presbyopia. It involves the gradual loss of the eyes to actively focus on close objects like phones, books and computers. As of now, there are almost 1.7 billion people who are presbyopic. Patients would then turn to glasses to correct their vision. However, studies found out that using glasses make the patient feel that they look like their parents. 

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