As an adult, you probably know that you should be attending regular comprehensive eye exams to monitor the health and condition of your eyes. However, these appointments are also important for your child, especially since their eyes and vision will still be developing during the earlier years of their life. These appointments are called pediatric eye exams and should start at around six months of age. Unless an issue is detected, their next eye exam will be at around age 3 and then again when they start 1st grade.
Dry eye is one of the most common eye conditions, yet the symptoms are often overlooked, with sufferers failing to realize that they are actually experiencing a problem that can be rectified with the right treatment. Dry eyes will affect most of us at some stage during our lifetime, so knowing how to identify it and what treatment is available can help us to avoid experiencing ongoing symptoms unnecessarily.
Whether you are a recreational player or a professional e-athlete, there are several visual skills that can be enhanced to give you a competitive edge. Contact our office about our Sports Vision Enhancement Program. Here are a few things you can do on your own to help your gaming.
WIth COVID pushing more folks to working from home and kiddos to online learning, have you thought about blue light blocking glasses and anti-fatigue lenses?