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Eye Health

Supporting Aging Eyes

As we age many systems and senses begin changing. Often the changes in these senses result in some very significant alterations and decreases in quality of life. It is estimated that approximately half a million Canadians are living with significant vision loss that impacts their quality of life. Ocular aging relates to structural, mechanical, and functional impairments in any of the structures of the eye from the cornea, the covering of the outer eye that offers both protection and light refraction, to the macula, the center of the retina in which age-related degeneration occurs. Conditions that are attributed to aging

Take Care of Your Eye Health With Age

As you age, your eyes age as well. Over time, eyes become prone to all kinds of problems, including floaters, blurry vision, loss of night vision, dry eyes, eye strain and more. It’s important to take care of your eyes because even more serious conditions can arise, such as glaucoma, presbyopia, cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration and more. Reduce Screen Time More and more people are visiting their eye doctors over eye strain. Eye strain is a serious condition that can lead to permanent damaged vision. This condition is exacerbated by the amount of time people spend looking at screens

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