Eyecare Info

Computers and your eyes

In Europe over 60% of 40 to 60 year olds now use computers at home or work. Computers becoming an indispensable tool with most people spending several hours a day in front of a screen. The results of this, blurred vision, headaches, dry eyes and light sensitivity are only to be expected.

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Dry Eye

Or sometimes known as dry eye syndrome. If you suffer from any of the above then you may have a simple problem of too little tears or they evaporate off the front of your eyes too quickly.  And the good news is its relatively simple to sort out.

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Myopia Control

Myopia or short sightedness causes problems with vision and lifestyle ranging from minor inconvenience to major disability. The percentage worldwide ranges from 2% in Nepal to nearly 80% in Singapore, Europe is around 30%. These percentages are however increasing.

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Hay Fever

Hay fever and its ocular effects, Seasonal allergic conjunctivitis(SAC). Hay fever affects many people to varying degrees, with symptoms from a mild itch to full blown red eye, oedema (swelling) lacrimation (watering) and the common nasal problems such as runny nose and sneezing.

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How do I look after my eyes?

  1. Don’t smoke.
  2. Wear Sunglasses
  3. Have a regular check-up,
  4. Consider dietary supplements
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Swimming in Contact Lenses

Recent news items have highlighted some risk of eye infection from swimming in contact lenses. The problem is from a bug called Acanthamoeba that is present in tap and swimming pool water that isn’t killed by chlorine instead forming a cyst.

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