Save Your Vision: Checklist for Eye Health

eye health

Vision, the most important function of the eyes, is the key to observing the shapes, the colors, and the beauty of the world. We see the world through our eyes, and the vision makes the world open to us. However, the eyes are vulnerable as well. They can be affected by aging or diseases, which would lead to vision loss or even blindness. In this case, caring for the eyes and the vision every day could somehow guarantee we stay in touch with the beautiful world.

Do You Know These Hazards to the Eyes in Your Workplace?

hazards to the eyes in the outdoor workplace

Have you ever calculated how many hours you often spend in your workplace every day? Some people may answer they stay in the office for 8 hours a day. Some may usually travel on the way to their customers. Whatever job you are doing currently, there are usually potential hazards to the eyes in your workplace. To raise the awareness of such hazards and remind the employers and employees to pay high attention to the eye care, March has been defined as Workplace Eye Wellness Month.

World Optometry Day: Optometry and Vision Care

world optometry day

What do you usually do when feeling uncomfortable in the eyes? A suggestion often ignored is to make an appointment with your optometrist. On March 23rd, as in the World Optometry Day, we attempt to raise awareness of the optometry and vision care, and also remind people to attach importance to optometry. This article explains how optometry works, what optometrists do, the importance of optometry, and how to care for your vision, in order to help you learn more about optometry.

6 Ways to Make Home More Accessible for People with Low Vision

6 ways to make home more accessible for people with low vision

Are you living with the visually impaired? If so, don’t let vision loss hinder independence at home. In this blog, we put together six practical ways to improve accessibility in your house. These thorough tips and ideas will enhance the safety, comfort, and independence for the individuals with poor vision at home. Read on to discover how you can modify your living space and make it more accessible today!

5 Tips for the Visually Impaired Seniors

visually impaired seniors live a happy life

Getting old is a natural process for all human beings. It’s irresistible and inevitable. Some people naturally accept aging, while others may be afraid of it. Getting old is a long-term process and it takes time. We will notice the body is no longer strong as before, and some age-related diseases appear gradually. Yet it’s not always negative to become elderly. With time going by, our knowledge, minds, and horizons widen as well. Among several impacts getting old brings, we particularly discuss the influences on seniors with low vision, and try to offer suitable activities and tips for them in this article.

How Much Do You Know about Stargardt Disease?

how much do you know about stargardt disease

Stargardt disease (STGD) is a genetic eye condition that affects approximately 1 in 8,000 to 10,000 people worldwide. Often diagnosed in adolescents and young adults, Stargardt disease would result in progressive vision loss, such as blurred vision, central vision loss, and difficulties with the perception of color. In this blog, we will explore the causes and symptoms of Stargardt disease and the treatment options for this condition.

6 Questions about Eye Discharge and Low Vision

1.what’s eye discharge

Eye discharge is a common and sometimes alarming issue. Symptoms such as itching, redness, or blurred vision may accompany eye discharge. In this blog, we will explore six common questions concerning eye discharge -- from identifying the type of eye discharge to understanding how it can affect vision and providing valuable insights and practical tips to help you manage this common issue.

How Can Low Vision Aids Assist People With Nystagmus?

low vision aids assist people with nystagmus

When you experience uncontrollable eye movement, it’s time to pay attention. It may not be a momentary delusion; rather, there is a possibility that you might have nystagmus. According to recent research, between 2 and 3 persons out of every 1,000 experience some forms of nystagmus. In this blog, we will explore the causes, symptoms, and treatment options for nystagmus, as well as how low-vision aids can enhance the eyesight of nystagmus sufferers.

The life of my mother with AMD

macular degeneration

Age-related macular degeneration, also known as AMD, is a common eye disease that happens among people over 50 and would lead to the loss of vision. To raise the attention of the disease and the vision loss issues, February has been defined as AMD and Vision Loss Awareness Month. Recently, Zoomax has received feedback from a user, telling about his mother’s story with age-related macular degeneration, which shall bring huge inspiration to everyone with AMD.

Aging and Eye Health: Visual Impairment and Preventive Measures

aging and eye health

Aging is an inevitable part of life, and it affects our bodies in many ways. Our eyes are no exception. Any eye condition that results in poor vision has the potential to harm our safety, independence, and quality of life, and affects our ability to drive, read, and even recognize faces. This article will explore the preventive measures that we can take to maintain good eye health and clear vision.

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