Night blindness, or nyctalopia, is a type of vision impairment that is characterized by poor vision at night or in environments with low light. Local eye doctor Lifetime Vision Source shares an overview of night blindness, its causes and how it can be treated.
It can be tempting to wear your contact lenses while swimming. However, experts are all in agreement that you should avoid swimming with contact lenses.
You may have puffy eyes due to inherited features, eye fatigue or skin texture. You’re also more likely to have them as you age because the tissues surrounding the eyes become weaker.
Blepharitis refers to the condition that happens when you have irritated and inflamed eyelids. This often affects the part of the eyelids where your eyelashes grow out. While commonly occurring, it may lead to other eye problems if left untreated. Here’s what your trusted vision center wants you to know about blepharitis:
For those with vision problems, glasses are a godsend. Thanks to the help of an optometrist, you can easily get a prescription and make seeing, and, by extension, life easier. However, over time there will come the need to change your prescription and you’ll notice this through certain tell tale signs.