Having Problems Seeing? Tips to Improve Your VisionHaving Problems Seeing? Tips to Improve Your Vision

About Me

Having Problems Seeing? Tips to Improve Your Vision

I spend most of my time working on my laptop or desktop computer. Although I take precautions to keep my eyes healthy, I still experience unexplained vision problems. After speaking to an optometrist about my eye problems, they suggested that I change the lighting in my home and office. The overhead lighting in my work space was actually too bright for my eyes. I lowered the lighting in my ceiling and placed adjustable lamps on my desk. If I need more light, I simply adjust the lamps over my computer screen. I can now work without damaging my eyes. If you have problems with your eyes and can't figure out why, read my blog. I offer real tips you can use that protect your eyes at work or home. Good luck and thanks for stopping by.

Latest Posts

Essential Features To Consider When Choosing Contacts
28 March 2024

Selecting the right contact lenses may seem like a

Signs You Should See an Eye Doctor
2 November 2023

Your vision is one of the most valuable senses tha

The Differences Between Comprehensive and Routine Eye Exams
5 April 2023

You may have heard the terms "routine eye exam" an

Tips To Consider As You Get Ready For Cataract Procedure
3 October 2022

When your eye doctor confirms the presence of prot

Are You In Need Of Glasses? The Signs You Can't Ignore
20 April 2022

Do you often find yourself squinting your eyes to


Three Common Myths About Contact Lenses Debunked

It's completely normal for people to have a few concerns when they're transitioning from wearing glasses to wearing contact lenses. In fact, there are numerous myths that advise some people to steer clear of contact lenses completely. Fortunately, none of the following myths that you hear about contact lenses are true: You're Too Old (Or Not Old Enough) To Wear Contact Lenses It's common for older people who have a more complicated eyeglasses prescription to assume that they can't wear contact lenses. Read More 

3 Things That Can Increase Your Chances Of Developing Cataracts

If you notice your vision is becoming blurry, dim, or cloudy, you may be developing cataracts. You may also notice that things are not as colorful or bright as they once were. You can get cataracts in one or both of your eyes. Below are some things that can put you at greater risk of developing cataracts: Smoking If you are a heavy smoker, smoking 15 or more cigarettes per day, you are three times more likely to develop cataracts than a nonsmoker. Read More 

From Sore Eyes To Backaches: How Eye Exercise Breaks Can Help

Sometimes it seems like there are very few jobs left that don't involve staring at a screen for at least part of the day. And while computers and smartphones have made a lot of things, from shopping to research, more convenient, they aren't always kind to your health. Are Your Aches Caused By Eyestrain? If you spend a lot of time looking at a screen, you should be on the lookout for symptoms of eyestrain. Read More 

5 Tips To Consider If You Wear Contact Lenses

If you rely on contact lenses to help you see your best, you will need to practice care when using them. It's important to follow the instructions given to you by your optometrist for the best results. Additionally, knowing specific tips to help you while wearing contact lenses is sure to come in handy on a regular basis. Tip #1:  Keep it clean It's important to wash your hands prior to touching the contact lenses each day. Read More 

Can You Bend Your Plastic Glasses Frames Back?

Plastic eye glass frames are coming back into style! It seems like every glasses center has shelves and shelves of plastic frames—and it's no wonder. Plastic frames have many advantages. They're lightweight, comfortable, flexible and easy to repair when bent. How easy? Easy enough that in many cases, a capable DIYer can bend them back at home. All you'll need to get the job done is some common household items. The following two methods will allow you to bend back your plastic frames without ever leaving the house. Read More