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Category Archives: Ophthalmology and Vision

Irit symptoms, treatment.jpgIrit – this inflammatory processes that occur in the iris of the eye (simultaneously are possible in the iris and ciliary body – in this case the process is called iridocyclitis).

In the case of the onset of this eye disease, the iris becomes a greenish or reddish shade, may to appear a slightly edema, picture loses sharpness, pupil reaction to light becomes slow, while the pupil remains constricted. Continue reading

Simple exercises for the eyesEvery year, more and more people are told they have to wear glasses because they have lost flexibility of their distance vision (nearsightedness) or their close-up vision (farsightedness and aging vision).

And once you start wearing glasses or contact lenses, guess what happens? You continue your poor vision habits and the lenses increase strain on the eyes, allowing them to slack off and become even lazier over time

These free eye exercises, acupressure and massage on pressure points around the eyes will strengthen your eye muscles and enhancing local blood circulation, improve your vision and relieve sore, tired eyes. Continue reading

Blurry Vision During Pregnancy.jpgMany expectant mothers are aware of the drastic changes they expect during pregnancy, and sometimes they may still wonder if what they are feeling is normal or not. One of the issues pregnant women face is blurry vision which can be alarming. Although vision changes are quite common before, during and after pregnancy, you should know the reasons behind blurry vision during pregnancy and the available treatments. Continue reading

Blepharitis -  eye healthBlepharitis – an inflammation of the eyelids causing red, irritated, itchy eyelids and the formation of dandruff-like scales on eyelashes. It is a common eye disorder caused by either bacterial or a skin condition such as dandruff of the scalp or acne rosacea. It affects people of all ages. Although uncomfortable, blepharitis is not contagious and generally does not cause any permanent damage to eyesight. Continue reading