Soothe Your Eyes with An Eye Massage

Massage is good. It makes everything better. But, how long didn’t you get a proper massage? Or to be more specific, an eye massage. Always pamper yourself with an eye massage after a hectic working day. We often neglect how important it is to us. By doing consistently, it increases circulation to the eye area which helps to relieve tiredness. Today onwards, spend 2 minutes of yours and follow the steps below. Step 1: Use your middle finger to massage…...
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How Often do You Need a Comprehensive Eye Test?

Screening for eye diseases involves going to your eye care professionals such as optician, optometrist and ophthalmologist (eye doctor) to have your vision measured and eye examined thoroughly for any eye diseases. This is because certain eye diseases (such as glaucoma, diabetic eye disease or drug toxicity) may not give you any symptoms in the early stages of disease. However, when the vision is affected at the late stage, the condition may be so advance that the vision cannot be…...
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Dry Eyes

Dry eyes are commonly happened to white-collar workers. This is because we literally spend an average of 5-6 hours a day on working at computer, excluding the hours of playing digital gadgets. Until today, there are no evidences showing that starring at computer screen may cause vision impairment permanently. However, this practice may lead to uncomfortable eye-related symptoms just like dry eyes. Dry eyes often occur when the eyes do not produce enough of tears or the tears evaporate fast.…...
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What is Blue Light?

Blue light is the light from phone, tablet, computer screens, can leave us tense, unfocused and and sometimes with a pounding headache. Blue light is also known as High Energy Visible (HEV) light. Without using blue light filter glasses lens to block , it's actually pretty bad for eye.  ...
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Is Blue Light Harmful?

Blue light has been linked to all sorts of issues, from causing digital eye strain to making us blind. There's a lot of conflicting evidence, however, about exactly how harmful (or not) it really is. The American Academy of Ophthalmology says that there's no evidence that the blue light specifically given off by screens will cause eye damage, as we are exposed to blue light all day from the sun. Talking to CNET, Dr. Raj Maturi, a clinical spokesperson for…...
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