The last thing any of us want is to age before we have to. Whether it’s through magazine covers or websites, we’re bombarded with “miracles” and “cures” for aging. The harsh truth is there is no cure to aging, especially when it comes to eye health. You can use anti-aging cream for your skin, Spanx […]
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The articles here discuss the inevitable process of aging vision and the vision problems that come with it. As the body ages, so do the eyes, leading to a decrease in eyesight. While most people accept this natural process, there are ways to prevent and reverse vision loss caused by presbyopia.
Do you find yourself using your phone to read menus in dimly lit restaurants? Or holding books and magazines at greater distances just to see the words clearly? If so, you are not alone. This inability to see objects at a close distance is an age related condition called presbyopia, which affects most over the […]
Old age isn’t always kind to eyes. Even people with 20/20 vision will often see a general decrease of various eyesight and vision attritubes as they get older. This is largely due to a long list of conditions that either become worse or more likely with age. Presbyopia, for example, an impairment of near vision, […]
Aging can get a little tricky when vision loss enters the picture. Sadly, it often does – presbyopia and similar age-related disorders affect a large majority of aging Americans. And, as the baby boomer generation hits its silver years, the number of affected individuals will only grow. But that’s the bad news, let’s talk about […]
Presbyopia is where the eyes start to lose their ability to focus on near objects. The reason for this change is not clear, but it is thought that it might be caused by the loss of power to the muscles that control the lens of the eye. More often than not, this condition is brought […]
Vitamins are a great way to support and improve your eyesight, no matter what kind of eye condition you have. We’ve talked extensively about common eye conditions like nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, glaucoma and cataracts, but sometimes (often) your eyes just get older and, unfortunately, with age comes natural deterioration. If you suffer from poor eyesight […]
From the moment we wake up in the mornings to when we finally shut our eyes and go to bed for the night, our eyes are hard at work for us. As children we don’t think about the damage we could be doing to our eyes when we run outside to play; we just want […]
Sadly, it is an unavoidable fact that as we age most of us experience difficulty with our vision. This becomes even more evident when it comes to driving. Do you remember how excited you were when you got your first drivers license? You went through all the training, passed the vision test, and the road […]
According to CBS news, by 2030 – when the first baby boomers reach 84 – the number of Americans over 65 will have grown by 75 percent to 69 million. That means more than 20 percent of the population will be over 65, compared with only 13 percent today. As a nation, if we’re not […]
Sadly, most of us will experience a decrease in vision as we age. It’s just one more sign that we are getting up there in years. While this is a normal part of the aging process, it does not mean that we have to accept it gracefully and move on with our life. There are […]
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