Many people experience problems with new eyeglasses. Rather than abandon them, the best thing to do is to find out the cause of these problems and get them sovled with the help of an eye doctor
The most common eye problem in 40-60 year olds is presbyopia. It is the gradual loss of the eyes’ ability to focus on nearby objects, making it difficult to read tiny prints or perform other near tasks Learn about the easiest way to manage it
Could you easily read newspapers, and other materials, and now you are above 35 years and having difficulty reading small prints? There is a good chance you have developed presbyopia.
Learn how to check your eyes and monitor your vision at home by yourself with this do-it-yourself eye check guide. It contains information on the different eye tests you can do at home to help you keep tab on your eye health.
Stay productive at work with a clear and comfortable vision as you join other workers to learn how to overcome eye discomfort at work from…
On World Glaucoma Day, Kesona Eye Centre’s MD and Principal Optometrist, Dr Rose Azuike shares her story and advises patients to take glaucoma treatment and care seriously.