Guide to Eye Health

A Brief Introduction of Dry Eye Syndrome

Dry eye, as indicated by the very name, is a syndrome that shows your eyes are dry due to a persistent lack of sufficient lubrication and moisture on the surface of pupils. To make it more perceivable, our eyes need tears from times to times to maintain certain level of lubrication and moisture, otherwise, our [...]

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Online videos explaining dry eye

Currently, there are online ophthalmologists’ explanatory videos recorded by the British ophthalmologist Mr. Teifi James. The short videos provided by him explain the most common and bewildering condition and symptoms of dry eye, which is bothering a large group of people.

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Potential risks of wearing contact lenses

GP lenses have a disadvantage that they may cause eye irritation, after a gust of wind containing dust and other airborne materials. In fact, GP lenses are smaller than the cornea and float on the tears. In contrast, soft lenses cover more part of the cornea and are less likely to cause this problem. Some contact wearers need a plunger to remove their lenses, although the most convenient way is to use fingers.

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Publicly concerned visual problems

Blurry vision is quite common in the United States currently. A major survey conducted by researchers from National Eye Institute says that about half of all US adults are suffering blurry vision. In fact, blurry vision is the most common symptom of refractive errors of the eyes, including nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. These errors can affect young adults, middle-aged individuals and older adults of all ethnicities. Researchers of the survey estimate that eye care addressing refractive errors costs the US government between $3.8 billion and $7.2 billion every year.

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