Eye Health

Solar Eclipse Glasses

Tips for Viewing an Eclipse with Solar Eclipse Glasses

Excited about the solar eclipse 2024 falling on April 8? It's indeed a breathtaking celestial event, but remember, viewing it directly can cause serious damage to your eyesight. The sun's intense radiation can cause retinal burns, resulting in permanent vision impairment or loss. So, it's important to ensure your eyes...

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Eyes on Brickell: Know About Dry Eyes

All About Dry Eyes- Causes, Symptoms And Treatment

Dry eyes develop when tears evaporate quickly or when the eyes generate insufficient tears. The situation is quite common in humans and sometimes in animals also. It can affect one or both eyes, which can lead to inflammation. For the treatment of dry eye, we suggest visiting a Dry ...

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Eyes on Brickell: Switching to Glasses to Prevent Virus Spread

Switching from Contact Lenses to Glasses During the Pandemic to Stop Spreading the Virus

If you are a contact lenses wearer, you may want to think twice before putting them in because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Experts suggest that it’s time to put your Contact Lens Service on the shelf and dazzle the world with your frames because wearing glasses can help you...

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Eyes on Brickell: Diabetes and Its Effects

Diabetes And Its Effects On Your Eyesight

Diabetes is a metabolic disease that influences how your body uses glucose, or sugar. Around 26 million Americans are diabetics, and approximately one in each three adults beyond 60 years old has the disease. One of the side effects of diabetes is that it can weaken blood vessels in the...

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Eyes on Brickell: Signs Your Child Needs an Eye Exam

Does Your Child Needs An Eye Exam? Here Are The Signs To Consider

With regards to your child’s health and their ability to thrive in school and beyond, the quality of their vision can be one of the most important aspects. Many children experience early childhood and even into their school years with undiscovered Eye Conditions that may negatively influence them. The issue...

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Eyes on Brickell: Enhance Eyesight Naturally

How To Improve Your Eyesight Naturally?

Many of us think that the only solution to improve eyesight is through artificial mediums such as wearing prescription glasses, Contact Lenses or through LASIK eye surgeries or medical remedies. What we do not know is that there are hundreds of natural ways that can help improve our eyesight...

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Eyes on Brickell: Cataracts: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments

The Causes, Symptoms And Treatments of Cataracts

Cataract is the most common eye condition responsible for vision loss in people over 50 years of age. It can cause complete blindness if left untreated. If you are experiencing difficulty in reading, blurry vision, decreased night vision and trouble in identifying different colors, then there are chances that you...

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Eyes on brickell: Macular Degeneration Service

Symptoms, Causes And Treatments Of Macular Degeneration

Ageing is something we cannot get rid of. However, it comes with a lot of advantages and disadvantages. For instance, as we age we gain more experience and become a little more savvy and wise. On the other hand, it brings along a lot of effects that completely change the...

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Eyes on Brickell: Tips to Prevent Computer Eye Strain

The Best Tips to Avoid Eye Strain and Keep Your Eyes Healthy

Eye strain or Asthenopia has become a leading office-related health problem with the increasing use of computers. Headaches, blurred vision, mild tears and pain at the back of the neck and temples are some of the most common symptoms of computer eye strain. Unfortunately, there are no medical tests available yet...

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Eyes on Brickell: Caring for Your Contact Lenses

How to Care for Your Contacts Lenses?

Among eye doctors and technicians, sleeping in contact lenses and caring for them improperly is actually called “contact lens abuse.” And it turns out eye professionals can usually tell if you’re an abuser, no matter what you say at your eye exam, because your cornea (the outermost surface of your...

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