Macula Degeneration Supplement
A healthy macula, the central light-sensing area of the eye, is essential for color and clear, crisp detail vision while driving, reading, watching TV, and other daily activities. Although aging increases the probability of degeneration of the macula; research reveals that “free radicals” are the cell-damaging molecular culprits. These “free radicals” are generated in the eye when exposed to UV rays, air pollution, chemical toxins and possibly when exposed to blue light emitting from electronic devices.
Since there is no way to avoid these “free radicals,” the best way to prevent and even reverse this age-related problem of the macula is an abundance of carotenoids. Macuhealth is a supplement with powerful carotenoids and has been shown to fight these “free radicals” and significantly improve vision, and the perception of color and details.
Due to this significant improvement in vision, we now offer and recommend Macuhealth. This supplement features the three powerful antioxidants used specifically in the macula to fight off degeneration; lutein, zeaxanthin, and mesozeaxanthin. These three super carotenoids help protect the macula by neutralizing these “free radicals.” Macuhealth is a powerhouse supplement that supports and improves eye health and function.
TRIPLE CAROTENOID FORMULA
MacuHealth is the only nutritional vision supplement containing all three macular carotenoids: Lutein, Meso-Zeaxanthin and Zeaxanthin in the same 10:10:2 ratio that makes up macular pigment.
CLINICALLY PROVEN TO RESTORE MACULAR PIGMENT
MacuHealth is specially formulated and clinically proven to rebuild and maximize macular pigment over a lifetime, resulting in enhanced visual performance and aid in the treatment and prevention of age-related macular degeneration
Color Contact Lenses
Color contact lenses are a fun and exciting way to change up your appearance. You may prefer a subtle enhancement with a lens that is a different shade of your natural color, or a more striking contrast by using a lens with a vibrant, new color. Regardless of your prescription strength or taste in color, you will need an eye exam to ensure you receive a prescription for the correct curvature, strength and thickness for your eyes. Failure to acquire the correct prescription can result in infections, cuts, bacteria under the lens, scratching, etc.. which can hurt your vision or cause blindness. It is illegal to purchase color contacts without a prescription.
Beware of color contacts that display uneven edges, thickness, or foreign-looking packaging.
Many counterfeit contact lenses are sold online and in small boutique stores. Even if your prescription is 0.00 you still must have an exam and be properly fitted for color contact lenses in order to reduce the risk of infection and possible damage to the eye. Wearing a contact lens with an incorrect prescription can result in eye strain, headaches, and worsening your myopia. Contact lenses are not a “one size fits all” product.
Color contacts can be fun and functional. Most prescriptions can be obtained in colors that lighten or darken your eye color, or make your eyes appear larger or smaller, or dramatically change your color altogether. Color contacts are just as safe as regular contacts as long as you use them properly and get them fitted properly. So have go have fun and try using color contact lenses to give you a new look!!!…
Does Your Child Need Glasses?
Before you say no, let’s look at the statistics. 1 in 4 children need glasses and 60% of learning disabilities have been associated with vision problems. Children often don’t realize that something looks blurry or fuzzy or don’t have the words to express the trouble they are having. Performing an eye exam beginning at age one and then annually after that is the best way to diagnose and treat eye sight issues before they become worse or lead to other problems such as poor performance in school. Eye exams make a huge difference in ensuring 20/20 vision in your child but they also help to ensure the health of your child’s eye. Some medical conditions effecting the eye are often found in young children and should be assessed and treated by a professional. Conditions such as diabetes are frequently accompanied by vision impairment and should be monitored closely to prevent further deterioration. Some signs of vision problems in children include a short attention span, frequent headaches, sitting closer than necessary to the television, rubbing their eyes, eyes not looking in the same direction (lazy eye), or difficultly reading. If your child exhibits any combination of these symptoms they should be evaluated quickly to correct the issue and keep it from getting worse. Many schools no longer offer a yearly vision screening and those that do are not always equipped to properly determine the acuity of your child’s sight. Adding eye exams to your child’s physical assessment should be done in preparation for any sport or activities as vision is imperative to hand eye coordination necessary for these types of endeavors. There are special glasses made for sports that are resilient, protective, and still stylish. Most children who need glasses are apt to wear them as it assists with the games they want to participate and excel in. Parents who don’t require corrective lenses may expect their children to have perfect eye sight as well but, while genetics can play a part in vision issues, this is not always the case. Our eyes and our vision direct all of our actions. Please ensure that your child has their best chance for success in life by having their eyes checked early and often.