When To Wear Blue Light Blocking Lenses

Blue light is all around us. It can be found in natural sunlight. It can also be found in LED light bulbs, television screens, smartphone displays, and computer monitors.  You have heard that blue light can be great. You’ve also heard that it can be potentially damaging.  So when is the right time to wear blue light blocking lenses? Computer Use Anytime that you are using a desktop monitor or laptop computer you should be wearing your blue light blocking [...continue reading]

What are Migraine Triggers and How to Minimize a Migraine’s Impact

Migraine headaches can be painful and disruptive to your everyday life. Some people experience migraines once a year. Others have multiple migraines a week.  According to the American Migraine Association, 36 million Americans experience migraine headaches.  What makes people experience migraines, and how can we lessen their impact on our daily lives? Causes of Migraines Physical Triggers: The way your body is positioned can have a dramatic effect on your neck, shoulders, and head. Having neck or shoulder tension, poor [...continue reading]

Keeping Eyes Safe Post-Lasik

Lasik surgery has become more and more popular among people needing corrective lenses. The idea of shortening a morning routine, saving money on contact lenses and having clear vision right after waking up is incredibly appealing.  For most people, the shape of the eye and the shape of the cornea do not match perfectly. This can make focusing on objects more difficult.  Some people have difficulty seeing this up close. Others have difficulty seeing things far away. Often glasses or [...continue reading]

Easy Solutions to Digital Eye Strain

Digital eye strain is an ever-increasing phenomenon. As adults, and children, spend more time using screened devices, the reports of digital eye strain are always growing. Digital eye strain, also known as Computer Vision Syndrome, is discomfort that follows prolonged digital device use. The blue light that is emitted from computer screens, tablets, smartphones, e-readers, televisions and gaming systems can be directly related to common symptoms of digital eye strain.  These symptoms include: Headaches Eye pain Blurred vision Dry eyes [...continue reading]


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