High Blood Pressure and CholesterolDoes cholesterol and high blood pressure affect the eyes? Absolutely! Cholesterol causes plaque to build up in arteries which reduces blood flow to extremities and internal organs. When blood flow is reduced to the eyes, it can seriously affect your vision.
In today's stressful, fast-paced environment, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and heart disease are on the increase and the health of your eyes could be affected.
The Eye Practice provides comprehensive, non-invasive examinations to evaluate the health of your eyes and determine if your vision is being affected by any of these conditions.
If you feel like your eyes are just not coping with modern life, you’re not alone. Symptoms of fatigue, burning, stinging, blurriness, dryness or light sensitivity can all be warning signs of eye strain.
Did you know that most people who wear contact lenses have astigmatism? In which case, why do so many people believe that they can’t wear contacts due to their astigmatism? This post explains why.
Although dry eye syndrome is a physical condition, the emotional impact of the disease can be just as debilitating as the physical symptoms.
If you’ve worn contact lenses for years and your eyes have become itchy, irritated or feel like there’s something stuck under your eyelid, chances are you could have giant papillary conjunctivitis – also known as GPC.