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Eye Floaters: A Complete Guide
Eye Floaters: A Complete Guide

Do you see black or gray specks, or strings floating interrupting your line of vision? It could be floaters in the eyes. Eye floaters are spots, weblike lines, or rings that drift through your field of vision as you move your eyes. Though it may look like an issue with the object in front of your eyes, the issue is…

Sticky Eyes in Newborns : Signs, Causes & Treatment
Sticky Eyes in Newborns : Signs, Causes & Treatment

Tell us if this sounds familiar… You have a baby in your arms. The baby is the cutest little thing you have ever seen. You love the baby but don’t want to get lost in its cuteness completely because you are panicking from inside and are constantly asking yourself if you have held the baby in the safest way ever…

Poor Vision When Driving at Night: Why Does it Happen and How Can You Improve It?
Poor Vision When Driving at Night: Why Does it Happen and How Can You Improve It?

Do you ever wonder why you struggle more to see when driving at night or in dim environments, compared to during the day or brighter environments? Bad eyesight when driving is usually the result of cataract formation in the eye. At times, it can be night blindness also known as nyctalopia. People with this condition have difficulty adjusting their eyes…

What Swimming Pools Can Do to Your Eyes, And How to Prevent the Problems
What Swimming Pools Can Do to Your Eyes, And How to Prevent the Problems

Swimming is the perfect activity to exercise your muscles without putting too much strain on your joints. It is a great way to get a cardiovascular workout and also reduce stress. Though it is a fun and healthy activity to stay physically fit, it is not entirely risk-free.  It could cause skin allergies since pools use chlorine to disinfect the…

Eye Twitching: What Are Its Causes & Remedies?
Eye Twitching: What Are Its Causes & Remedies?

Have you ever experienced your left eye twitching? Eye twitching is generally known as eyelid twitching, and is a very common eye condition that affects the eyelid of one eye causing it to blink or twitch, which can sometimes get annoying. In most cases, it’s the lower eyelid that succumbs to twitching. But in some cases, the upper eyelid could…

Macular Degeneration: What Is it and Can it Be Cured?
Macular Degeneration: What Is it and Can it Be Cured?

Macular Degeneration, otherwise known as age-related macular degeneration (AMD), is the name for a condition resulting from progressive vision impairment caused by deterioration of the macula, a central part of the retina. Macula is a thin layer at the back of the eye that captures the images we see and transfers that captured data via the optic nerve to the…

Spectacles and Eyesight: A Handy FAQs Guide
Spectacles and Eyesight: A Handy FAQs Guide

Wearing glasses may sometimes seem like a pain — but the difference in your vision is worth it. Your eyes will feel fresher, especially if you choose modern eyeglasses with anti-reflective or anti-glare coatings.  If you have finally decided to start wearing eyeglasses after experiencing blurry vision and headache, then it is natural for you to have some questions. In…

Eye Strain and Headaches: When Should You See a Doctor?
Eye Strain and Headaches: When Should You See a Doctor?

Have you ever felt pain behind your eyes after concentrating too long on a task? It could be an eye strain headache. Depending on the cause, headaches range in severity from a dull, throbbing pain to a sharper severe ache. Multiple factors play into what can cause a headache, and one of the factors is eye strain. If your work…

Yellow Eye: What Are Its Symptoms and How to Treat It?
Yellow Eye: What Are Its Symptoms and How to Treat It?

Are your eyes starting to appear yellow? The whites of your eyes (also called sclera) commonly turn yellow when you have a condition called jaundice. Sometimes, medications or certain medical conditions can also lead to yellowish eyes. Read on to find out about yellow eyes,and what you can do about them.  Are Yellow Eyes Normal? Healthy eye tissue looks white,…

6 Essential Tips for Protecting Your Eyesight
6 Essential Tips for Protecting Your Eyesight

These days,  the phrase ‘get fit’ is largely misunderstood. Fitness has become synonymous with gyms and is defined by toned bodies, six-packs and muscles. Hitting the gym is important but it alone doesn’t portray a complete picture of fitness. It is only recently that we have started giving importance to mental fitness. It is one area that was largely ignored.…

No, It’s Not a Stye: Causes and Treatment of a Chalazion
No, It’s Not a Stye: Causes and Treatment of a Chalazion

It starts as a small, red, swollen area of the eyelid. In a few days, it slowly grows into a lump that looks seemingly harmless. A painless red lump, a chalazion — plural chalazia, if there are more than one — is formed due to a blocked meibomian or oil gland on the eyelid.  What Causes a Chalazion? A chalazion…

What You Should Know About Eyelid Tumour
What You Should Know About Eyelid Tumour

A tumour is a group of abnormal cells that form lumps or growths. The new growth of abnormal tissue is often uncontrolled and progressive. Depending on whether a tumour is cancerous, non-cancerous, or precancerous — it can behave differently and affect any of the cells in our bodies — including the eyelids. What Is an Eyelid Tumour? A tumour in…

Eye Stye: What Its Symptoms Are and How to Treat It
Eye Stye: What Its Symptoms Are and How to Treat It

Have you ever woken up with a stye? If yes, you know the discomfort it brings. A stye or hordeolum, sometimes spelt “sty”, is a reddish lump on the outer edge of your eyelid. If you have questions about why it occurs, or how to get rid of a stye on your eyelid fast, read on to find out!  What…

Hypertensive Retinopathy: Retinal Damage Caused by Hypertension
Hypertensive Retinopathy: Retinal Damage Caused by Hypertension

You may have heard the word hypertension a lot. It is also referred to as high blood pressure, which occurs when your blood pressure increases to unhealthy levels. Over the long term, the condition could lead to certain health issues, including heart diseases. When the force of blood against the artery walls of the heart is too high, the arteries…

Does Looking At A Solar Eclipse Cause Blindness?
Does Looking At A Solar Eclipse Cause Blindness?

If you recall being outdoors in the middle of the day and the sky fading to dark in a matter of a few minutes, you may have experienced an eclipse. A solar eclipse, to be precise. Eclipses are when the Earth, Moon and Sun are aligned in a straight line — and in 2021, this will happen 4 times —…

Understanding Dermatochalasis: Droopy Eyelids In Older People
Understanding Dermatochalasis: Droopy Eyelids In Older People

Have you observed some older people having ‘droopy eyelids’ or loose and redundant skin on their eyelids? If yes, know that they could be suffering from dermatochalasis.  Dermatochalasis is a term used to describe the presence of loose and redundant eyelid skin — commonly seen in middle-aged and elderly people. It is a sign of periocular ageing, and is sometimes…

Black Fungal Infection: What You Need To Know About It And How It Affects The Eyes
Black Fungal Infection: What You Need To Know About It And How It Affects The Eyes

There was a time when ‘fungus’ was mostly associated with rotten fruits or bread. But it’s not the same anymore. With time, fungi have evolved. As India continues to face an escalating health crisis with the COVID-19 pandemic, several people recovering from the disease have been affected by the black fungus disease —  also called black fungal infection in India.…

Oculoplasty: What You Need To Know About The Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery
Oculoplasty: What You Need To Know About The Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery

Your eye is a remarkable organ. Yet, the eyeball is a delicate structure protected by the eyelid in the front and the bony cup (socket) in the back. Behind the eyeball are the nerves, arteries, and muscles that move the eyeball, provide nutrition to the eye and help you see the world. Oculoplasty deals with all these structures that surround…

Burning Sensation in Eyes: When Should You See a Doctor?
Burning Sensation in Eyes: When Should You See a Doctor?

Have you ever felt like someone was lighting a small but fierce fire in your eyes? Then you have experienced burning eyes! If you noticed an unusual feeling, you need to have your eyes checked straight away. And that includes a burning sensation in the eyes or eye irritation. Burning eyes can be both uncomfortable and concerning. In some cases,…

Common Eye Problems in Babies: Signs And Causes
Common Eye Problems in Babies: Signs And Causes

When we think of eye problems, we often picture adults or children having them. But we need to consider that even babies can have vision and eye problems. Eye-related issues can develop in early childhood. If you are a parent, are going to have a baby, or have a baby in your family —  it helps to be aware of…

Eye Problems Associated With Eye Makeup: How To Keep Your Eyes Safe?
Eye Problems Associated With Eye Makeup: How To Keep Your Eyes Safe?

Makeup consists of beauty products that are meant to accentuate or alter people’s appearances, and make them feel more confident. Eye makeup can enhance your eyes and make them sparkle, but sometimes, it can be harmful to your eye health — especially if used incorrectly. This makes one wonder —  is it bad to wear eye makeup every day? Let’s…

Blepharochalasis: How to Cure Eyelid Bags
Blepharochalasis: How to Cure Eyelid Bags

Have you ever heard of the term blepharochalasis? Blepharochalasis or blepharochalasis syndrome is a condition of episodic inflammation of the eyelids. The word originates from the Greek blepharon (eyelid) and chalasis (a relaxing). It consists of recurring bouts of upper eyelid oedema and may result in thinning or fine wrinkling of the involved skin. ‘Oedema’ or ‘edema’ is the medical…

Vaccination Drive 2021 at Prasad Netralaya: Shielding the Heroes
Vaccination Drive 2021 at Prasad Netralaya: Shielding the Heroes

The COVID-19 pandemic impacted our daily lives and disrupted many industries. So when the news of a vaccine came in, the world took notice. For every country, the final aim has been to stop transmission, prevent the spread of the virus and save lives —  along with economic recovery. India started the world’s largest vaccination drive — its national vaccination…

Schirmer’s Test: What To Expect From It
Schirmer’s Test: What To Expect From It

If you have ever heard an eye doctor say they will perform the dry eye test or the tear test on you, or someone else —  they were basically performing the Schirmer’s test. If the word sounds complex, we will decode the test for you! Read on to know about it in detail. What Is the Schirmer’s Test? Your eyes…

Retinal Tears: Can They Be Corrected?
Retinal Tears: Can They Be Corrected?

You are able to see the world when multiple organs in your body function together. Your brain recognises visuals when the lens of your eye focuses on light. The retina, a thin light-sensitive layer of tissue lining the back of the eye, receives the light and converts it into neural signals. A healthy, intact retina is essential for clear vision. …

The Future of Eye Care: Emerging Trends in Ophthalmology
The Future of Eye Care: Emerging Trends in Ophthalmology

In any industry, change is inevitable. In fact, it is the only constant. This goes for vision science and eye care as well. Ophthalmologists will see shifts in the way they practice, provide care to patients, and do business. And they will have to adapt to the medical, scientific and economic changes that arrive. The need for ophthalmologists and optometrists…

What Is a Refractive Error and How Can it Be Corrected?
What Is a Refractive Error and How Can it Be Corrected?

The way your eyes bend (refract) light affects the way you see the world. If you’re someone who wears spectacles or contact lenses because far off or closeby objects appear blurry, your eyes have experienced a refractive error. When your eye can’t focus well and a sharp image is not received from its retina, it leads to a refractive error…

Can Eye Vitamins Improve Vision? Most Important Vitamins for Eye Health
Can Eye Vitamins Improve Vision? Most Important Vitamins for Eye Health

You might recall your elders telling you to eat certain foods that are good for your eyes. Eating well is fundamental to good health and well-being. The benefits of good nutrition for your body go way beyond weight. Good nutrition can also help to minimize potential vision issues. A healthy lifestyle and a balanced diet can greatly benefit your eye…

Astigmatism – Causes, Symptoms & Correction
Astigmatism – Causes, Symptoms & Correction

Most people are aware of nearsightedness or myopia — when you can see nearby objects clearly, but far away objects are blurry. Many are also aware of farsightedness or hyperopia — which is the opposite of myopia. But did you know that there is a third condition that results in general blurry vision? This condition of the eye is called…

Lazy Eye (Amblyopia) – Causes, Symptoms & Treatment
Lazy Eye (Amblyopia) – Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

When someone does not do his job well, he is often called a ‘lazy person’. Similarly, when the vision in one eye reduces for some children or even adults, it means the eye can’t perform its function well. And this eye is known as the ‘lazy eye’.  What Is a Lazy Eye? A ‘lazy eye’  is when the vision in…

All You Need to Know About a Prosthetic Eye
All You Need to Know About a Prosthetic Eye

Over a quarter of the world’s population — which amounts to around 2.2 billion people — suffers from vision impairment. So it should come as no surprise that researchers and scientists have been developing innovative ways to restore eyesight. Ocular prosthesis or prosthetic eyes are one such innovation.  What Is Ocular Prosthesis? Ocular prosthesis is the process of giving someone…

Retinal Detachment: Types, Causes & Treatment
Retinal Detachment: Types, Causes & Treatment

The retina is a thin layer of tissue lining the back of the eye. Its function is to receive light that the lens of the eye has focused on, convert it into neural signals, and send them to the brain for visual recognition. The several layers of the retina have interconnected neurons for the same. When the retina pulls away…

Farsightedness (Hyperopia): Causes, Symptoms & Correction
Farsightedness (Hyperopia): Causes, Symptoms & Correction

Farsightedness is a vision condition that affects both children and adults and is commonly known as hyperopia. If you’re wondering — what is hyperopia — it is when distant and near objects appear blurry to you. The degree of your farsightedness affects your focusing ability — so your eyes may focus on faraway objects better than those nearby.  Symptoms of…

Nearsightedness (Myopia): Causes, Symptoms & Correction
Nearsightedness (Myopia): Causes, Symptoms & Correction

If you’ve ever heard about and wondered what myopia means or what is myopia — it is nearsightedness, otherwise known as or short-sightedness. It is a common problem with the eyes, when you can see nearby objects clearly, but far away objects appear blurry. This is when you are nearsighted or myopic.  Symptoms of Myopia If you have nearsightedness, you…

Retina Specialists: What Do They Do?
Retina Specialists: What Do They Do?

Every area of medicine has its subspecialties, and the same goes for the field of ophthalmology. While eye doctors choose to practice general ophthalmology, they may also specialise in a particular part of the eye and conditions affecting it. One such specialised eye doctor is a retina specialist. What is the Retina of the Eye? The retina is a thin…

The Cornea of the Eye: Functions & Problems
The Cornea of the Eye: Functions & Problems

The cornea is the clear outer layer of the eye that accounts for about two-thirds of the eye’s total optical power. It acts as a window of your eye that is responsible for focusing most of the light that enters the eye. The cornea covers the pupil – the opening at the centre of the eye, the iris – the…

How to Prevent Eye Damage from Cellphone Use
How to Prevent Eye Damage from Cellphone Use

The world has over 3.5 billion smartphone users right now and on average, people spend 3 hours and 15 minutes on their smartphone. The need to protect eyes from the damage caused by cellphone use is more necessary now than ever before.  Staring at your smartphone for prolonged hours can lead to various issues such as tired, itchy, and dry…

Paediatric Ophthalmology: A Guide to Children’s Eye Care
Paediatric Ophthalmology: A Guide to Children’s Eye Care

When adults have an eye problem, they immediately seek medical help. But when children have an eye problem, they are often unable to fully express what is bothering them. Yet, their tender eyes need patient and meticulous care from qualified eye doctors who specialize in children’s eye care.  The past few years have seen remarkable advances in clinical eye care…

Meibomian Gland Dysfunction: Causes & Treatment
Meibomian Gland Dysfunction: Causes & Treatment

Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD) is one of the most common yet least identified eye conditions. Meibomian is a gland in your eyelids, named after a German Doctor, Heinrich Meibom, who discovered it.  Normally, the tears of the eye are made of three different layers, an oily layer, watery layer and a mucus layer. The oily layer is formed of glands…

Dry Eyes: Symptoms, Treatment & Prevention
Dry Eyes: Symptoms, Treatment & Prevention

For your eyes to stay healthy and feel comfortable, they need to have an adequate amount of tears. Contrary to popular belief, tears aren’t formed only when you cry. Tears are a permanent part of your eyes. They are always present in your eyes, nourishing and lubricating them.  But when your eyes aren’t able to produce enough tears, it leads…

Squint Eye: Causes and Corrections
Squint Eye: Causes and Corrections

Particularly common in children, squint eye or strabismus is a condition where the eyes look in different directions, focusing on different objects at the same time. While there are superstitions saying that this condition is lucky, people with squint eyes actually do have a problem — the eyes are misaligned in such a way that when the person looks straight…

Common Eye Problems In Children & How To Prevent Them
Common Eye Problems In Children & How To Prevent Them

Eye problems in children can negatively impact their performance in school and their ability to learn. Various eye problems can affect children, and so, early treatment can save your child from a lifelong struggle with eye issues. Prevention is always better than cure. Continue reading to know more about common eye problems in children and how to prevent them.  What…

Retinal Problems: Warning Signs To Look Out For
Retinal Problems: Warning Signs To Look Out For

Your retina acts as the messenger that connects what your eyes focus on with what your brain perceives. It is the most essential part of the eye that makes it possible for you to see things and make sense of what you’re seeing. But when you suffer from an unhealthy retina, it becomes unable to send clear signals to your…

Glaucoma: Symptoms & Treatment
Glaucoma: Symptoms & Treatment

Glaucoma is an eye condition that damages a structure at the back of the eye, known as the optic nerve. The health of the optic nerve is important for good vision. Fluid build-up in the front of your eye, usually at old age, causes increased pressure on the eye, damaging the optic nerve. Although it can occur at any age,…

Tips to Reduce Eye Strain When Working From Home
Tips to Reduce Eye Strain When Working From Home

Due to the coronavirus, 2020 has seen a massive rise in the number of people working from their homes. It is safer and comfortable and saves a whole lot of time, which otherwise would have been spent on commuting. You don’t have to dress up in formals, you don’t have to sit at your desk and you don’t work to…

Cataract Eye Surgery: Cost, Recovery & After Care
Cataract Eye Surgery: Cost, Recovery & After Care

The natural lens of the eye becomes cloudy and opaque with age, leading to a condition called Cataract. If not treated in time, cataract can lead to vision loss or blindness. In fact, cataracts are the leading cause of blindness in the world. Thanks to cataract eye surgery, this condition can be easily dealt with. Continue reading to know more…

Computer Vision Syndrome: Causes, Symptoms & Prevention
Computer Vision Syndrome: Causes, Symptoms & Prevention

If you are reading this, the chances are high that you have a job that involves spending time looking at a computer or phone screen. As the world gets increasingly digitised, more and more of us spend our work days staring at screens. And even if our job does not involve computers, we look at screens for entertainment. With the…

Telemedicine And Eye Care: All You Need To Know
Telemedicine And Eye Care: All You Need To Know

In late March 2020, just as the COVID-19 lockdowns were put in place, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), in collaboration with NITI Aayog and Board of Governors (BoG) Medical Council of India (MCI) issued Telemedicine Practice Guidelines with the intention of enabling registered medical practitioners to provide healthcare using telemedicine. This timely move gave hundreds of thousands…

Contact Lenses: The Ultimate Guide 2020
Contact Lenses: The Ultimate Guide 2020

Contact lenses, also known simply as contacts, are thin lenses that, when placed directly on the surface of the eyes can help correct vision. Contact lenses are used by millions of people across the world.  The concept of contact lenses was first developed by Leonardo da Vinci in his 1508 — he noted that it would be possible to change…

The Benefits and Risks Of LASIK Eye Surgery
The Benefits and Risks Of LASIK Eye Surgery

LASIK surgery has gained popularity over the last several years. It has proven to be an effective way to permanently improve your eyesight by correcting defects. Patients who have undergone LASIK surgery have no longer needed to wear glasses and contact lenses. But if you are someone who is considering LASIK surgery, you must be wondering what the risks of…

How To Protect Children’s Eyes When They Are Learning Online
How To Protect Children’s Eyes When They Are Learning Online

COVID-19 has drastically changed all our lives. Everything we thought as normal, is now being redefined. However, thanks to technology, most of us can still continue with our everyday lives without stepping out of our homes. We can shop and pay our bills, get medical consultations, study and even work from home.  With the possibility of learning online, children can…

Eye Care During The Coronavirus Pandemic: A Guide
Eye Care During The Coronavirus Pandemic: A Guide

Many of us are feeling apprehensive about visiting hospitals these days. We worry that we might come in contact with someone who has COVID-19. Of course, for many of us, it’s not an option — we will have some health issues that will require us to go to the hospital. The good news is, most hospitals are taking all the…

Eye Care During COVID-19: Safety Measures By Prasad Netralaya
Eye Care During COVID-19: Safety Measures By Prasad Netralaya

While we are all facing daily challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we still have to do our best to address any other health concerns that come up. This is true for eye care as well. At Prasad Netralaya, we have taken several measures to ensure your safety when you visit our hospital. Here are the highlights: At the hospital…

How LASIK Surgery Improves and Restores Your Eyesight
How LASIK Surgery Improves and Restores Your Eyesight

Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis or LASIK for short has become increasingly popular in recent years because of its effectiveness in correcting vision problems. But people still wonder — how does LASIK surgery work? How does it actually restore your eyesight? That is the question we are going to answer here.  Let’s start with a short answer to the question, and…

All You Need To Know About Allergic Conjunctivitis Eye Drops
All You Need To Know About Allergic Conjunctivitis Eye Drops

Are you suffering from itchy eyes? There is a good chance that you have an eye allergy and here is everything you need to know about it. Allergic conjunctivitis is one of the most common and treatable ailments to affect the human eye.  It is caused when an allergen comes in contact with a person’s eyes and results in inflammation…

What You Need To Know About Refractive Errors
What You Need To Know About Refractive Errors

Are you someone who wears spectacles? If not, then you’ve definitely seen people with spectacles somewhere, sometime. Some of us need spectacles to see clearly. But what’s really behind the whole blur? Why are we not able to see? It’s because our eyeball changes its shape sometimes. And this is called a refractive error.  The cornea and lens of your…

The New Standard For Laser Vision Correction.
The New Standard For Laser Vision Correction.

We always love creating innovative, less invasive procedures and applications in the field of surgery. Our eyes are one of the most delicate and complex parts of our body. They require to be taken care of gently, ensuring less invasion during surgeries. Therefore, doctors have been doing their best to create ways to make this possible. And now we have.…

7 THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT EYE DONATION
7 THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT EYE DONATION

Our understanding of the world and how we perceive it depends upon our individual interpretation of how we see it. The eyes are our windows into the world around us, a limitless window that we are in control of. Now close your eyes for a moment, absorb the darkness you are experiencing. Any the moment you want, you can open…

Every Parent Must Read: When and Why should you get your Childs Eyesight checked?
Every Parent Must Read: When and Why should you get your Childs Eyesight checked?

Parents can attest to the fact that their child’s overall health takes primary importance in Caregiving. With the advent of hand-held devices and increased screen time, children around the globe have fallen prey to growing vision impairments. Vision impairment can mean a lot of different things. It can range from no vision, blindness or very low vision, to not being…

PRESBYOND: No more reading glasses
PRESBYOND: No more reading glasses

If you are above the age of 40 and finding yourself holding a book or newspaper farther away while reading, this article is for you. Presbyopia is an age-related eye condition that makes you gradually lose the ability to see things clearly from close. One of the most common symptoms of Presbyopia is difficulty in reading small print like newspapers,…

Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) – What are the symptoms and treatment options?
Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) – What are the symptoms and treatment options?

What is Age-related Macular Degeneration? The macula is a very small and sensitive part of the eye located at the center of the retina, which detects light, sends signals to our brain and interprets them into the images that we see. It is also responsible for our detailed central vision. The surrounding part of the retina is in charge of…

Why do I see flashes and floaters? Do I need to do anything about it?
Why do I see flashes and floaters? Do I need to do anything about it?

Have you recently experienced little bubbles, cobweb like shapes or thread like things when you look at a plain wall or background? Maybe you noticed sudden sparks of light in your field of vision? Yes? Then you are experiencing a problem called Flashes and Floaters. To know what this phenomenon is and how to get it rectified, keep reading. What…

Cataract in children & all you need to know about it!
Cataract in children & all you need to know about it!

It is true that cataract most commonly affects adults after the age of 40-50 years, but it is a less known fact that it can affect Cataract in children and children as well. There is no minimum age of when a person can be affected by this eye condition. A cataract is a clouding of the eye’s natural lens, which lies behind the iris…

What happens to your eyes if you have diabetes?

Diabetes is one of the most commonly known chronic health problems in the world. According to the Hindustan Times, India has approximately 700 lakh (70 million) diabetic patients across the country. A diabetic person with high or fluctuating blood sugar levels has a higher risk of getting diabetes-related eye problems than a non-diabetic person. In most scenarios, when a person’s…

7 ways to prevent your eyes from getting dry this Summer

Dry Eyes Symptoms What do Summer seasons remind you of? Holiday trips to another city/country, school vacations, long or short drives, and beaches. Dry eyes symptoms Okay! What about burning, gritty, itchy, red or dry eyes? Does your vision get blurry or become sensitive to the bright lights? They are some of the very common symptoms that we face especially during…

5 tips to keep Sore Eyes away this Summer
5 tips to keep Sore Eyes away this Summer

Sore eyes are common in children and adults during summer. It causes the eyes to feel sore, red and itchy, 5 tips to keep Sore Eyes away this Summer Summer calls for sunscreens and fresh fruit juices. And if you think sunglasses are only meant to protect your eyes from the scorching sun, you might want to think again. Here are the 5…

Retinal Detachment: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments – Explained
Retinal Detachment: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments – Explained

From watching movies to putting a thread through a needle, our eyes play a significant role in our lives. With an intricate process and design, our vision is by far one of the most phenomenal aspects of the human species. The eye is very delicate and complex in nature. Even the smallest changes can have a big impact on our…