According to a study from China, the proportion of coronavirus patients who wore eyeglasses was significantly lower than that of the general population. This seems to suggest that people who wear glasses may be at lower risk of catching the virus.
If you’ve been wearing corrective eyewear, you know how costly and time-consuming they can be. You need to clean and maintain your eyeglasses or contacts and keep up with your appointments. It won’t be surprising if you yearn to see without these visual aids. If you’ve thought about treatments like LASIK and wondered if you’re eligible for this procedure, you’re in the right place. Read on to see if you’re a candidate for LASIK.
Whether you wear glasses or contact lenses, we know that you want to look your best and so we have extended our services to offer Botox and Juvéderm treatments. Both of these treatments are what are known as ‘injectables’ – a term which refers to the method with which they are administered.
Although masks help us avoid contracting coronavirus, many eyeglass wearers are finding out that mask-induced foggy lenses are a nuisance. When wearing your mask, your warm breath hits the cool surface of your glasses, and this results in fog. This is very irritating especially if you enter a store that has air-conditioning because suddenly you won’t be able to see.
Experts say that sagging skin and wrinkles will show everyone how old you truly are. Although aging is inevitable, you don’t have to succumb to it right now. You can slow down the aging process by going through facial skin enhancement procedures such as Botox and dermal fillers. If you’re considering these treatments, here’s what you need to know.
If you found out the chief cause of eye diseases among most of the population today, would you ignore your findings? If you would do something about it, then you need to start washing your hands more often. The simplest way of curbing contamination is through the washing of hands. If everyone were to practice proper hygiene measures, most infections, including eye infections, would be history.
As a college student, you probably have a lot on your mind. From exams to classes to projects, you might not spend much time thinking about your health. You may eat unhealthy snacks and get too little sleep. But some studies have found that one of the biggest threats to your health may be that of your eyes. Let’s look at a few ways you can protect your eye health.