Eye Health

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Jul 14, 2011
Most of us experience eye fatigue and strain, spending a lot of time in front of the computer. The Japanese Eyewear company JINS has released the two pairs of eyeglasses called J!NS PC and J!NS Moisture that ease common eye problems.

The J!NS PC was developed to block up to 55 percent of "blue light" from the computer display that often leads to eye fatigue.

The J!NS Moisture is another novel pair of eyeglasses that help your eyes retain moisture for up to 2 hours, fighting the common dry eye problem.

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Jun 07, 2010
Many people are aware of the dangers of the UV exposure, which include skin cancer and premature skin ageing. But few people realize that we need to protect our eyes from sun damage just as much as our skin. This is especially important for children, who are more susceptible to UV exposure, because their eyes are not mature enough to filter UV rays.

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Apr 15, 2010
Many people with poor vision face the problem of swimming in a pool without glasses or contact lenses. The TYR Corrective Optical Performance Goggle
is designed for all swimmers, who want to feel at ease, enjoy swimming and seeing everything clearly.

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Apr 13, 2010
Taking vitamins specially designed for eye health can prevent a number of eye-related conditions such as age-related macular degeneration or AMD, which increases the risk of vision loss and blindness. Many people nowadays lack important nutrients and vitamins, which leads to a number of health problems, including those that are linked to our eye health.

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Jan 16, 2012
Dry eyes syndrome is a lack of proper lubrication and can be quite irritating. Ageing, some medications, chronic diseases and contact lenses may all lead to dry eyes.

The Dry Eye Relief Kit was designed to alleviate dryness and stimulate tears production. The kit comes in a form of googles with gel packs that can be heated or cooled off for the desired effect.

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Oct 10, 2011
Millions of people suffer from vision problems, including the condition called presbyopia, which is most common among older people. The Ucansi company has developed an iPhone app called GlassesOff that delays the need for reading glasses, training your brain to process blurred images.

Presbyopia is the condition that makes it hard to focus on things close by as we age. It is often accompanied by tired eyes and headaches and requires reading glasses.