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Computer Vision Syndrome - Odessa, Florida Optometrist

Computer Vision Syndrome … It’s a Thing

Only 8 percent of the population does not go online. In addition, frequent use of electronic screens can produce computer vision syndrome and the vision-related problems that come with it. Because almost no one chooses to give up computer use, some tips can help users prevent the consequences of digital eyestrain.

How to Read Prescription Eyewear

How to Read Your Eyewear Prescription

Reading your prescription may initially seem complicated and confusing, but some tips can help you understand what it means

Why Reading Gets Harder with Age

Why Reading Gets Harder with Age

Unfortunately, no treatment can restore youthful flexibility to your eyes as you age. However, routine eye exams with correction options help keep your vision performing at its best. In addition, a nutritious diet and exercise guard against age-related vision loss. Glasses with a reading component help reduce eye strain that may come from blurry reading. A prescription for reading glasses or contacts needs an update every year or two to respond to continuing vision changes.

What causes bloodshot eyes and when to see an optometrist

What Causes Bloodshot Eyes?

Usually, a temporary condition that occurs from ordinary events, bloodshot eyes can happen to almost anyone. The redness that makes other people notice when you have it comes from inflamed blood vessels on the white part of the eye. When it causes pain or vision changes, severe headache, nausea, or fever, a visit to Dr. Tumulo in the Crossings Shopping Center on FL-54 can provide treatment.

Are Eye Infections Contagious?

Are eye infections contagious?

Some of the most common eye infections can spread to someone else. The result of contracting a contagious disease can start with redness. Other symptoms include seeing black spots and having blurry vision or even blindness. However, many eye infections can cause discomfort without putting others at risk. When you know the difference, it may help protect your sight.

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