Avoid These Foods When You Have Central Serous Retinopathy

Retina is the innermost layer of the eye that is light sensitive. It then sends signals to our brain that helps us to see. It is said that retina consumes more oxygen than the brain itself owing to its high metabolic activities run by the extensive vascular network. Meaning several blood vessels nourish the retina. Hence, this continuous supply of blood is critical to maintain normal vision.

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7 Safety Measures To Ensure You Are Not Driving With Glaucoma

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness worldwide after cataract. It is an insidious eye disorder, which leads to progressive damage of the optic nerve in a characteristic pattern leading to loss of vision. Sadly, many people aren’t even aware that they are suffering from such eye disorder.

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What harms children’s vision in digital era?

With the increasing influx of electronic gadgets in the market, a lot of children are getting exposed to it and spend more time than ever. However, this has amplified parents concern about their vision getting impaired. Eye doctors at Advanced Eye Hospital & Institute, Navi Mumbai have seen a huge increase in children with dry eye and eyestrain because of using gadgets for long hours.

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Is sleep overrated? Can it affect your eyes?

In today’s day and era, many of us find ourselves exhausted at work. Even though reasons for that can be many but lack of proper sleep is one of the major reasons. One study showed that 72% of Indians on an average wake up thrice every night and more than 85% of them attribute this as a reason towards lack of sleep.

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Can smartphone be responsible for blurry vision?

Often we don’t realize that our eyes pay a heavy price for all those many hours which we spend on electronic gadgets like computers, smartphones, tablets etc., and the price is - eye strain and dry tired eyes.
And because of the high prevalence, this eye strain experience has been named as computer vision syndrome (CVS).
The symptoms of CVS are also very common such as burning eyes, headache, light sensitivity, back pain upto neck, blurred vision.

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Know what happens to our eyes as we age?

We all know how our skin sags, as we grow older. As the dryness, the wrinkles, lustre-lacking skin gradually starts to show up, we have already started battling it with regular dose of cosmetic creams, food, exercise, etc. We do this because these signs are visible enough, but what if certain signs of loss or weakness in our body are sneaky.

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