Articles in Eyesight
There are two general categories of contact lenses – soft and rigid gas permeable (RGP).
Soft Contact Lenses
Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP) Contact Lenses
Extended Wear Contact Lenses
Disposable (Replacement Schedule) Contact Lenses
Decorative (Plano) Contact Lenses
Contact lenses are the number one choice for many people with vision correction needs. For many, contact lenses provide flexibility and convenience. There are many different lenses available for a variety of needs and preferences. Contact lenses can be used to correct a variety of vision disorders such as Myopia (nearsightedness), Hyperopia (farsightedness), Astigmatism, and [...]
More and more jobs require the use of computers. With the information age being available on the computer, more and more people are spending endless hours in front of the screen. After a long day in front of the computer, it is common to start feeling tired, irritable, or pain in the eyes or head. Staring at computers and forgetting to relax and give the eyes a break can cause permanent damage and eye problems.
No one is expected to live a life without computers; we all need them and are use to them being a part of our daily lives. However, it is important to listen to our bodies and relax or take a break when necessary.
Dr. William Bates spent years studying vision problems. He attended and graduated from Cornell University and became a teacher and researcher of ophthalmology in the New York area. Bates created many vision improvement methods and believed that anyone can see without glasses. His methods were developed teach the eyes ways to improve and heal themselves.
The exercises given here are of a type quite different from those recommended in the preceding article. They are designed to strengthen the power of accommodation, that is, the power of changing the focus of the eyes for vision at different distances, and will be particularly valuable to those who are either near-sighted or far-sighted. Eye [...]
Improving your eyesight through eye exercises and massages is not only beneficial, it will also act as prevention toward any eye conditions that you might develop.
Most people will be surprised, even amazed, at the improvement in the condition of the eyes, resulting from two or three weeks of proper exercise of the eye muscles. This does not mean that you should keep up this work for only two or three weeks. If you make it a daily routine you can expect to enjoy strong eyes and good vision to perhaps the end of life.