Macular Degeneration

Omega Fatty Acids and Eye Health

I know what you are thinking – fatty acids? How can that be any good for my health or my eyes? Contrary to common beliefs, some fat is actually necessary for you to be healthy – this goes for your eyes, too! As we’ve discussed before, there is such a thing as good fat, and […]

Best Eye Vitamins for Macular Degeneration

Why Do We Get Dizzy?

Macular degeneration refers to the condition that strikes almost everyone at some point in life, especially over age 50. This condition is the most common cause of vision loss in adults, and it is really hard to avoid! As we age, our eyes naturally deteriorate, making it very difficult to see clearly. Think there is […]

Best Eye Vitamins for Smokers

As you age, your eyes will begin to deteriorate, causing your vision to become impaired. However, when you implement an array of vitamin supplements for the eyes, they can help to slow the deterioration process and restore good health. Many of the vitamins that promote eye health also have antioxidants that will work to improve […]

7 Vision-Saving Tips for National Save Your Vision Month

March, our favorite month! While it generally means the end of a long cold winter, we like it because it is also National Save Your Vision Month. In honor of this month Rebuild Your Vision has come up with 7 ways to help you support healthy eye sight. #1: Feed your eyes – they will […]

How Macular Degeneration Affects Vision and What You Can Do About It

It is estimated that more than 17 million Americans may have symptoms of macular degeneration, often called AMD or ARMD (for “age-related macular degeneration”). The macula is the part of the retina, it is in this area that the light sensitive cells of the eye are located. Macular degeneration occurs when these light sensitive cells […]

5 Steps to Help Prevent Macular Degeneration

Did you know that 13 million Americans suffer from age-related macular degeneration? With many of the baby boomer generation beginning to reach their 60s this number will probably rise in the next few years. Some early signs of macular degeneration are unexplained shadowy areas, straight lines that look wavy, or dark spots in your vision. […]

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