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THE TRUTH ABOUT EYE EXERCISES

17th November 2011
By Dr. Steven M. Beresford There are two common myths about eye exercises. The first myth is the Bates Method claim that eye exercises can help everybody "throw their glasses away". The second myth is the eye care establishment's claim that eye exercis... Read >
Author: Dr. Steven

An Overview on Acuvue Lenses

28th September 2011
Since their introduction back in 1887, contact lenses have seen numerous makeovers. With incredible advancements in manufacturing technology, contact lenses available today are not only capable of addressing numerous vision disorders such as astigmatism, ... Read >
Author: Maddy

Chakra balancing is the mother of all fat loss programs

01st April 2011
I never needed any weight loss programs or else any fat loss programs for my personal use all via my life since my body never gathered fats at all. It's not that I ever saved any management on what I ate. In reality I by no means cared what I used to b... Read >
Author: craiwpkyga

Spectacle Lenses - Average Age A Person Needs A Pair

15th September 2010
It is very sad to know the whenever you are watching a good movie at home or when you are reading a book you always have a hard time in reading and watching the beautiful movie in front of you. You need to realize that you need to have a pair of glasses t... Read >
Author: PetarGenchev

What is Presbyopia and who does it affect

14th July 2010
The definition for presbyopia means "older eye," also known as the "short-arm syndrome", and is a normal part of the eye's aging process that causes the loss of the eye's ability to focus on close objects. The name presbyopia originates from the Greek wor... Read >
Author: Natalie Eastaugh

Benefits of using glasses

12th July 2010
The great benefit of wearing glasses is that they help in regaining one's vision. Vision problems such as far-sightedness, near-sightedness, or astigmatism are eased by wearing glasses. Not only that, the rising concern of the harmful effects of UV rays m... Read >
Author: PetarGenchev

A New Favourite: Adjustable Focus Eyeglasses

23rd June 2010
In recent years, a type of eyeglasses called multi-focus progressive eyeglasses becomes a new favourite for eyeglasses wearers, and more and more people choose this newly emerged high tech eyeglasses when they are intended to buy glasses. Professor Whi... Read >
Author: DominicAnderson

Possible visual distortion caused by progressive glasses

22nd April 2010
In the world of presbyopia correction, there have been a wide variety of products that have been proven effective in dealing with this age related eye problem. The first form was reading glasses, followed by bifocal reading glasses, trifocal spectacles, b... Read >
Author: Michelle Perkins

The best way to deal with both Myopia and Presbyopia

11th March 2010
There are thousands of people who suffer from both nearsightedness and farsightedness; this is a very complicated problem and people who suffer from this eye problem have to face a lot of trouble. They have to use either eye glasses or contact lenses to d... Read >
Author: Marie Chrismer

Single Vision? Progressive Lens? Bifocals? Your Guide to Prescription Eyeglass Lenses

22nd February 2010
SINGLE VISION The simplest eyeglass lens, a single vision lens distributes the focus evenly over its surface. It implements one prescription and corrects only that vision problem. This can work well, but unfortunately is insufficient to help someone wi... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Getting Used to Monovision

05th February 2010
Monovision is the contact lens technique for presbyopia that involves fitting a corrective lens for distance on a patient's dominant eye* and a near-vision one on the other. As with bifocal or multifocal lenses, it is an option that allows the same pair o... Read >
Author: Chelsea Francis

Many Benefits Of Contact Lenses

21st January 2010
Contraindications include allergic and inflammatory conditions (such as corneal infection), abnormal overflow of tears (epiphora), presbyopia, severe exophthalmus, pterygium, or local neoplasm.The StructureThe corneal lens is made of lightweight, paper-th... Read >
Author: Freddy Roy

Advantages Of Wearing Pinhole Glasses

02nd September 2009
Pinhole glasses, also known as stenopeic glasses, are made from metal or plastic instead of glass. The lenses of these glasses consist of many small holes. These holes allow the user to see objects much more sharply. The small openings drastically cut dow... Read >
Author: patriciafrazier

Pinhole Glasses: A Boon for People With Blurred Vision

31st March 2009
Modern pinhole eyeglasses contain synthetic plastic lens with diminutive perforations concealed by reflective coating that are fastened to trendy plastic or metal frames. The holes in the glasses restrain the amount of straying light rays that enter the e... Read >
Author: Mike

Pinhole glasses - How effective?

03rd February 2009
Pinhole glasses are eye glasses which are also known as stenopeic glasses, eye exercise glasses and aerobic glasses. The word stenopeic is derived from the Greek words for "little opening". Pinhole glasses are first conceptualized by scientist Scheiner in... Read >
Author: Mike
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