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Reading glass for the pocket

I don't need glasses all the time, but as I'm getting older I do find it harder read fine print. I like to carry reading glasses so that I don't get stuck when I'm out and about, but I don't want to always carry a bulky glasses case. I like to try and find reading glasses that are compact and can easily be carried in the pocket and are pretty hardy so they don't get too scratched up. This blog is all about affordable options for pocket reading glasses to keep you able to read all those tiny fonts and prints.

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Reading glass for the pocket

2020

Eye Care Do's and Dont's Post Cataract Surgery

Despite their typical association with the elderly, cataracts are a common eye condition that effect many people irrespective of age. Granted, ageing is a leading cause but other risk factors include hypertension, continually exposing your eyes to ultraviolet rays, and even diabetes. Fortunately, this condition can easily be remedied via cataract surgery. However, since your eyes will be highly sensitive for a few days post-surgery, it is crucial that you not only adhere to the aftercare instructions handed to you by your optometrist but that you also know how best eye care measures to take.

Refractive Eye Errors and the Corrective Surgeries You Need

Vision problems are a pain for anyone regardless of their gender or age. They impede your quality of life and remove the comfort in doing some routine activities such as working on a computer, reading and using a mobile phone. Some people resort to temporary solutions like covering their screens with dimming accessories, but that does not solve the problem. You need corrective procedures that will help your eyes recover and improve the quality of your life.