Just like any other part of your body, your eyes need to be worked to keep them in top shape. The same way we run to improve cardiovascular strength or lift weights to gain muscle mass, our eyes need vision training to be strong and healthy. However, much like regular exercising, it can be tough […]
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Good volleyball players must be athletic, quick and be aware of the movement of not only the ball, but the players around them. Because of this, good vision is an important part of being a good volleyball player. Although good vision won’t make you jump higher, it can help you hit the ball in the […]
If you haven’t really heard of behavioral optometry before, you’re not alone. The term isn’t an incredibly commonly-used one and it can be difficult to turf up information on the practice, let alone find a practitioner. At root, a behavioral optometrist is to a traditional optometrist as a chiropractor is to a spine doctor. Both […]
When it comes to correcting vision, we’re largely used to thinking in terms of glasses, contacts, or even surgery. However, some problems may need a slightly different technique. A growing movement of optometrists have begun to extensively dabble in vision training – a branch of alternative medicine that includes eye exercise and tailored eye exams. […]
Concussions have fast become one of the biggest hot-button issues in athletics today. Youth football has borne the brunt of criticism and despite advances in equipment and coaching methods, concussions remain extremely common at all levels of the game, with younger players being at particular risk. Vision training may be an unexpected part of the […]
Brain training has become a major buzzword over the past couple of years. Sites such as Lumosity have marketed games and puzzles appearing on the site as ways to maintain mental acuity, boost memory, and stave off the cognitive decline of old age. Now, a recent study has also indicated that some sectors of brain […]
With all the 3-D movies being made in the last couple of years, many people started wondering if viewing these movies could be harmful to your vision. The perception that they may harm your vision came about because many people have reported experiencing headaches, dizziness, and nausea after viewing a 3-D film, but these symptoms […]
Peripheral awareness is the ability to see action or objects that are not in your direct line of vision, but instead taking place on the sides of your vision. Just think about when you are driving and you are focused on the car in front of you because traffic is starting and stopping very rapidly. […]
LASIK surgery is the most commonly performed laser eye surgery in the United States, but its popularity doesn’t necessarily make it flawless. LASIK, which stands for laser assisted in situ keratomileusis, is used to treat myopia (also known as nearsightedness), hyperopia (also known as farsightedness) and astigmatism. Over 600,000 LASIK surgeries are performed in the […]
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