Strengthen the eye muscles using eye exercises. Avoid spoiling your eyesight and even reduce the number of your spectacles. read more
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Do you need glasses? A humorous look at the top ten clues you might need your eyes tested. read more
Ear candling is a modern form of ancient ear coning techniques. Ear coning has been attributed to many different ancient and extinct societies to include Mayans, Aztecs, Atlantis, Native Americans, and Egypt to list a few.
Originally Ear Coning... read more
Are your ear wax removal practices safe or unsafe? Find out by answering these ear-boggling questions. read more
Every one knows that UV rays from the sun can burn your skin and you wouldn't dare go outside for extended periods of time without putting on sunblock would you?? Of course not! So, why would you want to subject your eyes to the sun's harmful... read more
This summer there are parties, events and fun that people want to look their best for.. a lot of people do this by wearing color contact lenses. Some want to enhance their eye color, some want to change it completely! Whatever the case their are... read more
laser eye surgery uk LASIK is the most commonly performed refractive surgery procedure.
The name is actually short for "laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis." LASIK surgery reduces or eliminates the
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Want to improve your vision care? Concerned about the health of your eyes and ears? Keep an eye on this HubMob hub for lots of information about eye and ear care. read more
The gift of sight
Eyesight is a valuable gift. We see and hear from the time we are born and take it for granted.
At least I did until I read about Helen Keller. Helen Keller was rendered blind and deaf in early childhood by meningitis,... read more
Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that cause vision loss and
blindness through damage to the optic nerve. Several factors contribute
to its development, but the main culprit is elevated intraocular
pressure (IOP), that is, pressure within the eye.... read more
"Beauty lies in the eye of the beholder",so goes the saying. We love to look ,feel and dress beautiful.We act more positive and are more successful when we like what we see in the mirror before we step out. There are occasions when eyes made... read more
Computers have become part of our lives, be it at home or at work place we use computers but never considered the effect of the prolonged uses of this machines.
Computers are electromagnetic devices and thus emitting electromagnetic smog normally known as e-smog. With the effect of e-smog, our eyes visions are affected and could cause other eye diseases or the worst scenario could result into eye blindness.
At work we use computers for almost 8 hours everyday, this in itself is very harmful to our eyes. Below are some ways on how to handle computer vision syndrome
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caused by the closing down of the angles of the canals where fluid circulates, between the iris and the corea in the eyes. This, in turn, precipitates IOP and leads to damage and possible blindness.
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Being fortunate to have been born with near perfect eyesight, glasses were never something that I had to worry about. Other than sun glasses which, like many other people, I wore more for appearance than necessity, I never had to deal with glasses.... read more
Laser Eye Surgery uk everything you need to know. Interview with an optometrist and specialist in laser eye surgery. Requirements for laser eye surgery. read more
Ear ache is a common problem which most of the children are likely get
affected with. Earache in children is usually treated or cured directly
looking upon the cause of the pain. Always there will be underlying
causes like cold, sinusitis, teeth... read more
If you want to care your eyes and ear then you have to get some tips for it.So you have to visit - http://www.eyewasframedeyecare.com/ourpractice.html
If you have to work for hours before computer screens or have to face heavy pollution everyday, it is important that you take proper care of your eyes. These tips can be helpful:
1. Protection from Sun: Direct contact with sunlight for long durations make your eyes prone to redness and puffiness. To avoid this, wear quality sun glasses.
2. Diet: Lack of proper nutrition is a major cause of unhealthy eyes. Consume food items rich in vitamin A such as carrots, papaya, green leafy vegetables, eggs, meat, cod liver oil, milk and milk products.
3. Exercise: For different exercises for eyes and therapies, you can refer http://www.killeeneyecarecenter.com/.
4. Water consumption: Drink a minimum of 10-12 glasses of water a day to keep your eyes healthy.
by Wendy Iturrizaga 6 years ago
HubMob Weekly topic: Eye healthVisual impairment and Blindness
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First of all, I hope that you all had an amazing weekend and it's great to see you all back here on HuPages....this is going to be an awesome week!Now, for all of you Hubbers out there who have been following my forum thread about HubMobs, this is the first official topic that we will all be...
by Ryan Hupfer 10 years ago
Hey there HubMobsters! Before I even get started on this post, I feel like I should let everyone who is reading this know exactly how awesome it was to see all of us Hubbers come together for last week's HubMob, which was the first one that we have ever had here on HubPages. We had 30+ Hubbers...
by Wendy Iturrizaga 9 years ago
Hello everybody, hope you had a great weekend; it has been awesome to read about all your hobbies. Thanks for sharing your passions with us and the world! With the good weather settling in Europe and North America more of us are spending their free time either at the pool, lakes or sea. ...
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