Your visual and neurological systems work together to provide your sense of sight. Irregularities with either system may result in health problems. Read on as your eye doctor from EyeSite of The Villages answers common questions about the link between headaches and vision problems.
Over three million Americans have glaucoma, an eye condition that develops due to increased pressure within your eyes. Without effective treatment, this condition can lead to irreversible vision loss.
Hypertension, more commonly known as high blood pressure, can cause various complications, such as hypertensive retinopathy. This is why hypertensive patients are advised to have regular eye exams. Today, EyeSite of The Villages, your leading provider of quality eyeglasses and other eye care services, explains everything you need to know about this condition.
A cigarette produces more than 7,000 toxic chemicals. It’s been well-established that smoking causes cancer, as well as various lung and heart diseases. But, did you know it can also threaten your eyesight?
Tears are important to your visual health. Not only do they keep your eyes moisturized; they also help wash away foreign matter and maintain clear eyesight. Any problem with the amount or consistency of your tears may lead to dry eye syndrome.
Some vision problems are asymptomatic in their early stages, making them difficult to detect. Without immediate management, however, such conditions can eventually cause irreversible damage to your eyes. If any of the signs below applies to you, visit your trusted eye doctor from EyeSite of The Villages as soon as possible.
Your eyes perform the complex process of letting you see. How does this happen? Millions of cells work together to complete the image translation cycle. Read on as EyeSite of The Villages, your provider of quality eyeglasses and other eye care services, shares some amazing facts you may not know about your eyes.
Thanks to continuous research in contact lens technology, different kinds of contact lenses are now available to suit the unique needs of patients. Each type of lens is carefully engineered to address specific vision needs. Scleral contact lenses are a special type of contact lenses that have a wider diameter than regular lenses.