Some foods are better for your eyes than others. Even if the term "superfood" may be charged with a lot of marketing hype, a few foods really stand out thanks to their nutrients. We'll explore the top superfoods in this blog series:
Some foods are better for your eyes than others. Even if the term “superfood” may be charged with a lot of marketing hype, a few foods really stand out thanks to their nutrients and active compounds. Discover them now.
Blueberries are one of the most popular functional foods, and no list of superfoods is complete without them. But what does actual science have to say?
Goji berries are the fruits of the Chinese wolfberry boxthorn shrubs (Lycium chinense or Lycium barbarum). Find out more about these small but potent fruits and the science behind their remarkable benefits on eye health and the rest of the body.
While only 12% of North Americans are diagnosed with Dry Eye Disease it's estimated that 50% of the population has it in one form or another. This series takes a closer look at dry eyes, the symptoms, and possible solutions.
Dry eye symptoms tend to be mild to moderate, but when the underlying causes are not addressed, they may become chronic. Knowing the early signs of dry eyes will help you treat the condition before symptoms worsen.
When you have dry eyes, eye drops may seem the go-to solution for quick relief. But artificial tears are not always the best way to treat dry eyes. They don’t address the underlying causes behind the condition and can make your symptoms worse over time. Read on to find out more about the drawbacks of eye drops and discover a healthier alternative.
Feeling like you have sand in your eyes that you just can’t blink away? Screens, environmental factors, and nutritional deficiencies may upset the delicate balance of your tear film and cause dry eyes. Learn more about dry eyes symptoms, causes, and treatments so you can restore your eyes to health and prevent long-term damage to your vision.
When we can learn and have a better understanding of the science behind our eyes the better we can take care of them and keep them healthy for years to come.
Black spots in your vision can be quite annoying, but in most cases, there’s nothing to worry about. In this post, we’ll have a look at what are eye floaters, when you should be concerned about seeing black spots, and how to get rid of them.
Glaucoma is an eye condition that tends to affect mostly the elderly. While there is no treatment for glaucoma, you can slow it down and prevent more damage. The good news is that regular check-ups can help catch it early. Here’s all you need to know about the main types of glaucoma, its causes and early warning signs, as well as treatment options.
Do you find it easy to read a book up close but difficult to read what’s written on a distant whiteboard? Chances are you have myopia. Read on to learn more about myopia, its symptoms, causes, risk factors, and how it can be treated. Plus, a bonus list of superfoods to protect your vision.
Computers may be a part of everyday life, but eye strain doesn’t have to be. There’s a lot you can do to reduce eye strain even if you have to use screens for extended periods every day. Discover now the best strategies for relieving eye strain.