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If you're spending more time indoors on a computer, or sit in front of a computer at work, remember to rest your eyes. Take a break every 20 minutes and look at objects at least 20 feet away for at least 20 seconds to relieve computer vision syndrome. This is the "20-20-20" rule. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BJgIjWO6JqM
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We want to know which one of our fans is connected the most! How many hours per day do you spend on a digital device? Don’t forget to schedule an appointment with us to learn more about blue light lenses!
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Diets rich in fatty acids and anti-inflammatory foods can help with symptoms of dry eye. Make sure your meals are filled with salmon, tuna, fruits, and vegetables! http://bit.ly/2i5Nnl3
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Were you aware that your blink rate decreases by 66% when working on a computer? That’s not good! Schedule an appointment with us to learn more about how computer eyewear can help decrease symptoms of digital eye strain.
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Thinking about switching over to contact lenses? Here are some things you should know: http://bit.ly/2i7pOep
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Do you find that working on a computer makes your eyes fatigued and dry? You may need computer glasses! Stop by our office to learn more. http://bit.ly/1oxqF4Z
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It’s common for people who spend prolonged amounts of time on a digital device to get dry, irritated eyes. Computer eyewear can help combat these symptoms! Schedule an appointment with our office to learn more
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If you have diabetes, your chances of developing retinal changes increases, too. Be sure to schedule routine eye exams and save your sight! http://bit.ly/2ieyzBo
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February is macular degeneration awareness month! Join us in raising awareness for this sight-stealing disease! http://bit.ly/2dYEsjp
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Did you know that wearing computer eyewear reduces the risk of eye strain, headaches, blurred vision, and unnatural posture that can lead to neck and back pain? If you experience these symptoms, schedule an appointment with our office!
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