Please take time to read and learn how to take good care of your eye.
Neurological disorders can affect the eyes and vision, impacting a patient’s daily life. The eyes receive visual images, but the brain interprets the information received. This allows an individual to “see” the images.
Double vision or diplopia is about seeing two images of the same object instead of one. The condition affects your reading ability, movement, and balance. This may happen in only one eye or both, which is severe when in both eyes.
Cataracts are one of the leading causes of vision loss worldwide. Consequently, millions of Americans undergo cataract surgery yearly. Cataract surgery is one of the safest and most common surgical procedures performed today.
While glaucoma can affect people of any age, it is the leading cause of blindness for seniors over the age of 60. This eye condition does not have many warning signs during the early stages. The surest way to know if you are suffering from glaucoma is by going for regular eye checkups. Many factors like your family history can increase the risk of this condition.