If you wear vision correcting glasses and are outside on a sunny day, it can be pretty hard to see. You’re left with choosing to see clearly by wearing your glasses, or not having to squint at the sun by wearing sunglasses. However, there are solutions to this problem. While clip-on sunglasses may seem like…

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Unlike eyeglasses, contact lenses touch your eye, so it’s very important to keep them sanitized at all times. If you wear contacts, you may have heard that some contact lenses can be re-worn for up to a month before replacing them for a new pair. These types of lenses are sought after because they are…

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Imagine the scenario: you take your mask out, put it on, breathe out, and — your glasses lenses immediately fog up. And this happens every time you breathe. If you wear glasses, you likely experience foggy lenses while wearing a mask. But, there are ways to prevent this from happening, so you can see clearly…

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Eyeglasses and Face Shape Certain styles of clothing may flatter your body more than other styles, and the same is true for eyeglasses. There are many frame styles to choose from, whether you’re shopping for sunglasses or prescription glasses. In both cases, finding frames that highlight your best facial features and balance your face shape…

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When you’re tired, stressed, or frustrated, you may find yourself rubbing your eyes. Doing so may relieve symptoms like dryness and itching, but this temporary relief may bring about eye damage in the long run. In this post, we’ll discuss the negative effects of eye rubbing, and what you can do to break this habit.…

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Computer Vision Syndrome Summary Prolonged screen time, whether on a TV, computer, smartphone, e-reader, tablet, or other screen-based device, can lead to an eye condition known as Computer Vision Syndrome, or Digital Eye Strain. Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) includes a variety of symptoms that you may not realize are linked to your screen time. In…

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Many Americans are taking a closer look at their personal hygiene habits amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and this might just change our behavior for the better once daily life gets back to normal. In today’s blog post, we’re bringing you some important eye care tips that overlap with current guidelines for maintaining your health and…

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With the abrupt increase in professional and personal time spent online due to stay-at-home orders amid the COVID-19 pandemic, you may not even notice how much screen time you’re racking up. In today’s blog post, we’re looking into all of the ways screen time has increased for much of the population of the United States.…

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Are You Creating Healthy Eye Care Habits? Taking care of your eyes is key to promoting their comfort and health in the long run. Over time, bad habits can add up to create unsanitary, irritating conditions that may lead to eye problems, including infections and vision loss. Scroll down to learn some important tips for…

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Should I Go To An Optometrist? If you woke up today (or a few days ago) with eye troubles, you may wonder if you should power through, try some home remedies, or go to an eye doctor. In most cases, you’re better off playing it safe by making an appointment with your optometrist — even…

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