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The eye is a fascinating organ in the way it works and in how it changes with age. The retina senses light at the back of the eye and sends image signals to the brain. As the eye ages, the macula, a small section of the retina wears down. This results in a condition known as age-related macular degeneration (AMD). AMD affects the eye causing severe vision problems. AMD affects mostly older people whose retina is affected by old age.
Eye experts say that you should have more than one pair of glasses. One pair doesn’t seem to be enough since you need to perform several activities daily. Myriad lenses provide comfort and specialization as you transition from one situation to another. Your glasses should fit each need and ideally, multiple glasses can accomplish this. If you are bent to have a pair for every visual necessity, take a look at the advantages of having multiple pairs of glasses.
Myopia or nearsightedness is a serious eye disorder. Based on recent clinical data, this eye condition is getting more and more pervasive around the world. Studies have also proven that myopia is becoming a distressing challenge to the development of many children. Because of this, there is a great need for myopia control at an early age. If your child has childhood myopia, here are some options for myopia management.
Childhood myopia (nearsightedness) is on the rise and it's more than just needing stronger glasses. Many researchers believe that increased near work (reading, computer, and handheld digital device use) and well as decreased outdoor time are partially to blame.
Orthokeratology is the fitting of a specially designed gas permeable contact lens or mold that is worn overnight. The mold gently reshapes the cornea (front surface of your eye) so that when the lens is removed in the morning, vision is clear, and daytime glasses or contacts lenses are not needed.