The Six Main Types Of Eyeglass Lenses
12 January 2015
Eyeglasses correct vision impairments by refracting light into the eye through plastic lenses. However, modern technology has developed a number of different types of eyeglass lenses, all of which are shaped differently or made of different materials. They provide a certain function and correct specific vision impairments. Understanding the different types of lenses available can help you decide which one best fits your vision impairment and allow you to make an educated decision about what type of lenses that you want.
3 Everyday Tips That Help Fight Glaucoma
6 January 2015
According to the CDC, glaucoma is the leading cause of blindness in adults. Glaucoma strikes without warning and so it can be hard to know when to seek attention from your eye doctor. Your eye is nourished by a fluid called aqueous that carries nutrients; when you are stricken with glaucoma, the fluid can no longer drain from the eye. This throws off the pressure in your eyeball that allows you to see properly, leading to damage to the optic nerve.
How To Overcome Emotional Eating And Lose Weight
5 January 2015
While medical weight loss can usually produce results, this is only if you can also overcome the emotional reasons for why you are eating. Emotional eating often sabotages efforts to eat more healthy because those who perform this action do so with high-calorie foods. You might find yourself eating when you're not hungry even when you are not enjoying it. This is a major mistake, because by doing so, you are empowering your vices by giving them new purposes.
Hidden Allergies And Seeking Relief: Four Places Allergens Could Be Hiding In Your Home
30 December 2014
It used to be a lot of fun to play hide-and-seek when you were a child, but as an adult you may find yourself with an entirely different meaning to this playful game. Allergens love to hide around the inside of your home and your search for relief will leave you trying your hardest to seek them out. Unfortunately, allergens are silent, often invisible, and harder to track down than you might realize.