Destroys the optic nerves that relay visual information to the brain.
An age-related problem that progressively robs you of your vision.
A weakening of the retinal blood vessels caused by high blood sugar.
The lenses of your eyes grow opaque and yellowish, causing visual “halos,” blurred vision and poor night/color vision.
Caused by medications, underlying illnesses, malfunctioning tear glands, wind, dry air, dust or other factors.
Computer Vision Syndrome
An occupational/lifestyle hazard associated with non-stop computer monitor or mobile device usage, causing eye fatigue, strain and headaches.
Eye Injuries/Foreign Bodies
The delicate tissues of the eye can be injured in any number of ways, from scratches on the cornea due to foreign body infiltration to exposure to corrosive or caustic substances.
Infections, such as conjunctivitis, are both uncomfortable and potentially damaging to the eye.