Once you hit your 40s, your vision begins to change. Small text and details in low-lighting become more difficult to see clearly. This is usually due to a condition called presbyopia. It is one of the most common eye conditions and absolutely nothing to worry about.
Presbyopia occurs when your eye begins to lose its ability to focus on close objects. By definition, presbyopia is one of the most common of all eye conditions. In fact, it affects 100% of the population aged 50 or above.
Recent newspaper headlines describe Acanthamoeba as a “Parasite” or “Eye-Eating Bug that can cause death”. In this article, we’ll take a look at the truth behind Acanthamoeba and provide tips to avoid infection.
Dry Eye is a common condition where your eyes do not produce enough tears (Aqueous-deficient), or where the tears evaporate too quickly (Evaporative). It can leave your eyes feeling dry, irritated and sore. In some instances it may cause blurred vision.