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Common Causes of Eye Strain

Common Causes of Eye Strain

Many people suffer from eye strain, especially in today’s world of working from home. While increased computer work can be one cause, there are several others that can be found in a routine eye examination with us. Read on to learn more about how eye strain can come...

Contact Lenses and Dry Eyes

Contact Lenses and Dry Eyes

Dry eye is an issue that affects many individuals. It can be severe enough to interrupt one’s day and prevent them from completing daily activities comfortably. Often, these individuals are unable to tolerate the use of contact lenses.  In other cases, patients suffer...

Styes, Lumps, and Bumps on Your Eyelids

Styes, Lumps, and Bumps on Your Eyelids

If you have a painful and tender bump on your eyelid, you may be diagnosed with a stye or hordeolum. These are infections or inflammations in different tissues in the eyelid, sometimes with different treatments and disease courses. This article will explain the...

Is Sleep Important for Your Eyes?

Is Sleep Important for Your Eyes?

A good night’s sleep is important not only for optimal cognitive functioning but also for the health of the body and eyes long term. Unfortunately, there are certain conditions that can cause an individual to get a less than optimal night of sleep, or that affect how...

Ocular Allergies and Your Eyes

Ocular Allergies and Your Eyes

Allergic reactions can occur throughout various parts of the body. Whether it is a reaction that causes closing of the airways or a rash on the skin, all allergic reactions are responses from the body. In the eyes, a common allergic reaction is referred to as allergic...

Why Do My Eyes Water?

Why Do My Eyes Water?

Our eyes are constantly producing tears to lubricate, protect, and keep them healthy. Sometimes, however, they can produce far too much water, resulting in blurry vision, tears running down our cheeks, etc. There are several causes and solutions for this, and these...