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05/Dec/2018

Don’t sacrifice your ability to see: get a pair of glasses!

If you’re someone who has lived the majority of your life without the aid of something to help you see, you have been incredibly fortunate. Recently, however, you may have noticed that your eyes aren’t working like they used to: reading the small print in the daily newspaper has become more difficult, and the headlights of oncoming drivers make seeing at night harder to do. The first thing you must recognize is that the decreases you’re experiencing in your vision are normal, for a decline in eyesight is something that virtually everyone can expect as they get up there in age. Don’t think you’re a lesser person because you need glasses to see—there’s simply no shame to be had. Would you rather: (1) wear glasses to maintain and improve your vision or (2) not wear glasses and let your vision, and arguably your quality of life, decline rapidly? If you think glasses are going to be a part of your future whether you like it or not, then read through the following list and remind yourself of all the activities you need good vision to enjoy.

Reading

Reading is one of those things that some people can’t live without. If you’re someone who frequently reads the morning paper, or if you’re someone who likes a good mystery novel, romance thriller, or anything else that can be considered reading material, then you need to take every available measure to make sure you can keep reading for as long as you live. If glasses are going to be what allow your eyes to scan through page after page with diligence, getting them should be a no-brainer! Plus, how many times have you seen someone reading with glasses and thought they look sophisticated?

Driving at Night

A person who experiences night blindness will be unable to see well at night or in dimly-lit conditions, but wearing glasses may significantly mitigate the symptoms of night blindness. Night blindness, or nyctalopia, is not itself a disease; instead, it’s a symptom of an underlying problem, one usually related to the retina. It is common for patients who are myopic to experience night blindness, but these symptoms are unrelated to a retinal disease and are instead because of optical issues. If you’re getting glasses because you want to see better at night, a consultation with an optometrist is essential.

Where Should I Go to See an Optometrist?

There are many places where optometrists set up shop, but you’d have to look long and hard before you find an eye doctor’s office like Eye Florida. At Eye Florida, patients are a priority, which means the staff is committed to doing whatever is possible to make sure you have a pleasant experience. We at Eye Florida understand that you may be worried about your vision and issues relating to it. That’s why we want you to come in and let us look you over; you’ll leave with the lasting peace of mind you deserve.


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28/Nov/2018

Fabulous Frames for When the Snow Falls

You can’t go wrong with any of these winter frames.

As we say goodbye to fall while opening the door for winter, it’s important to remember, in this time of transition, that style is a year-round commitment. If you’re someone who thinks that the sun going down sooner, near frigid temperatures, and enough seasonal depression to even damper Santa’s good mood is enough to make people forget about looking good—you’re wrong! Some of the best outfits on earth come out during the winter months, and anyone who looks good in a snow hat and scarf will be the first to let you know this! But did you know that glasses—yes, glasses—are even season-specific? Well, if you’ve been looking for the freshest frames to display this winter, then you need to read on and find out what you should be adorning your face with this season.

Glasses with Black Rims

They’re bold, colorless, and never going out of style: they’re black-rimmed glasses, and they are a great purchase choice for this winter. Got a black tie event coming up? Your black-rimmed glasses will surely get you a few compliments throughout the evening.

Glasses with a Gold Wireframe

If you want your eyewear to be an expression of your bold personality, you should consider purchasing gold metal wireframe glasses. These glasses will bring a touch of elegance to your face that is simple and delicate, yet their boldness is never compromised because the gold is just that beautiful. If you want your glasses to dazzle coworkers and friends, these are glasses you should consider.

Glasses with Wood Texture

Wood-textured accessories have become popular in recent years, and such is certainly the case when it comes to eyewear. A lot of individuals like the natural texture wood has, and its rugged look is appealing to those who like spending time outdoors. Of course, eyeglasses cannot be made out of real wood, which means the wood-finished substitutes on the market are the next best thing!

Lipstick-Matching Eyeglasses

Whether they’re red, pink, purple, or some variation of the three, lipstick-matching eyeglasses are ideal for any woman looking to make a bold statement. Sweet-colored eyeglasses like these are going to keep you looking hip; they’re the perfect pair for a fashionista of your standing.

Round Glasses with Thick Black Rims

These are glasses ideal for individuals (mostly women) with faces that are incompatible with square glasses. Want to highlight your bangs and bring out the natural beauty of your face? Consider purchasing these! Who doesn’t like a retro look here and there?

Zelda Eyeglasses

These are glasses made with the most unique individual in mind. The upper half-frame is made with reliable material and painted to look like caramel, while the bottom is held together by a subtle piece of golden metal. The compliments will flow the minute you put these on, especially if you’re in an academic setting!


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20/Nov/2018

Why Do People Get Reading Glasses? 

Are they just for looks? 

No, they’re not. Your eyesight is going to deteriorate naturally as you get older; this is a fact of life. It may take until your forties for you to realize that your vision isn’t what it once was, but this isn’t how it goes for everyone. As you get older, the lenses in your eyes, because they aren’t as flexible as they once were, can’t focus as quickly and easily, which means transitioning from close to far can become difficult. Your close range in particular becomes worse as you age—the specific condition for this is presbyopia. 

Individuals who believe a pair of reading glasses is in their future should ask themselves the following questions: 

  • Do I have to engage with books and other reading materials from far away?  
  • Does the text look blurry when you read it from a normal distance? 
  • Do I struggle reading in a dimly lit room? 
  • Does reading small font cause me to strain my eyes? 
  • Do I feel pain in my eyes anytime I have to do something that requires a moderate or intense amount of focus (reading, sewing, etc.)? 
  • Does reading give me a headache? 

A ‘yes’ answer to any of the aforementioned questions may justify a consultation with an eye doctor. They’ll be able to see whether a pair of reading glasses is what you need to make these problems go away. 

How Are Reading Glasses Prescribed? 

Your eye doctor will be able to recommend a strength for your reading glasses after a thorough examination of your eyes. In addition, they’ll be able to write a prescription based on the results of your exam. If you’re having trouble seeing close and long distances, it’s likely they’ll recommend bifocals, trifocals, or progressive lenses. 

Bifocals   Help your close and long range vision 
Trifocals & Progressive Lenses  Help your close, mid, and long range vision 

 

Remember to tell your eye doctor about the following (if they pertain to you): 

  • If you experience a sudden, unexpected decrease or loss of vision 
  • If everything in your field of vision has become blurry 
  • If you begin to experience pain in your eyes 
  • If you begin to see flashes or splotches around light 
  • If you have double vision 

Adults between the ages of 30 and 60 should be taking an eye exam at least once every two years; anyone over 60 years of age is advised to receive one annually. 

Where Do I Get My Eyes Checked? 

The time has come to make reading glasses a part of your life, which means you’re going to want an experience team of professionals working with you so you can transition comfortably into this new stage. That’s exactly what we have at Eye Florida—a team of experienced eye doctors that will examine you thoroughly and go over exam results with you so everything is crystal clear. At Eye Florida, client satisfaction is what we take pride in: we want every patient who leaves our office feeling confident and at peace.


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13/Nov/2018

Have You Considered Prescription Sunglasses? 

They’re stylish, reliable, and your very own pair is out there waiting for you. 

If you’ve recently discovered that you need prescription lenses to maintain or correct your vision, there’s a chance you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed by the anticipated change in lifestyle. You remember how it was growing up; the kids who wore glasses got teased mercilessly. Of course you felt bad for those poor, innocent victims, but you certainly never thought you’d walk a day in their shoes. Now that day has come, and you’re more worried than you ever thought possible. 

Fortunately, you’re not in school anymore, which means wearing a pair of stylish glasses will only elicit compliments and praise—and this is especially true when it comes to sunglasses. 

Who doesn’t like a nice pair of shades? 

Now individuals with impaired vision can get the best of both worlds: stylish, effective sunglasses that are also made custom to their eyes. 

Why a Separate Pair of Prescription Sunglasses? 

Those sunshiny days interspersed throughout the week are what give a lot of people the motivation to carry on. There are, however, unfortunate events that occur on such days because too much sunshine can be dangerous in particular situations: when you’re behind the wheel of a car, for example. 

That’s how the world got sunglasses, which were invented in large part to lessen the amount of automobile accidents. 

Individuals with impaired vision usually have a binary choice when it comes to prescription sunglasses: either purchase a pair of traditional prescription sunglasses, in addition to your main pair of prescription lenses, or purchase transition lenses which can be used as both your main glasses and sunglasses. 

The latter option seems like a good idea on its surface: you save money if you only have to purchase one pair of versatile glasses; however, there are some drawbacks you should consider before you immediately decide on a pair of transition lenses. 

  • Transition lenses adjust to light at varying degrees: some lenses darken and lighten faster than others. 
  • Transition lenses are less effective in cold weather. 
  • Transition lenses are not very effective in cars because most windshields have built-in UV protection that interferes with the photochromic lenses in the glasses. 

Individuals who purchase a pair of separate prescription sunglasses do not have to worry about these inconveniences, and many consider this relief to be well worth the added cost. The sun can suddenly become blinding when you’re on the road, and your transition lenses may fail to enable you to see through its rays. Wouldn’t it be so much easier, and safer, if you could just reach for a reliable pair of sunglasses (that happen to be proscription as well). 

Come Find Your Dream Pair of Prescription Sunglasses 

Have you been looking for a place to get high-quality prescription sunglasses for yourself or someone in your family? If so, then look no further than Eye Florida. Selection is key when it comes to sunglasses, and that’s something you’ll definitely see when you visit Eye Florida.


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08/Nov/2018

How Often Should I Go to the Eye Doctor 

Getting your eyes examined regularly is more important than you might think. 

That eagle-eye vision you’ve had since you were a kid has brought you many pleasures in life. Your excellent reading ability, your musical skill, and your dominance on the pitcher’s mound were all, in part, due to your ability to see well, though you may have not been totally aware of it at the time. Unfortunately, excellent vision does not last forever, and this is a reality of life that no individual is exempt from. With that said, there’s no reason why you should sit around and wait for your vision to go. Instead, visit your eye doctor at least once a year, that way you can ensure that your vision stays crystal clear for as long as life permits. 

When Should Adults Get Eye Exams? 

The American Optometric Association (AOA) recommends that adults between the ages of 18 and 60 go to the eye doctors at least once every two years for an eye examination, and annual exams are recommended for individuals over the age of 61. The AOA additionally recommends that “at risk” adults should visit their eye doctor more frequently; at risk adults being: 

  • Individuals with a family history of glaucoma, macular degeneration, or other diseases that affect the the eyes. 
  • Individuals who have diabetes or hypertension (high blood pressure) 
  • Individuals who work demanding jobs where eye hazards are common 
  • Individuals who take prescription or non-prescription drugs that may affect the eyes directly or indirectly 
  • Individuals who have had a previous eye injury or eye surgery 

Lastly, the AOA recommends that individuals who wear contact lenses should see their eye doctor at least once a year for an eye exam. 

What Are the Different Kinds of Eye Doctors? 

Although eye doctor has been used frequently throughout this article, there are some distinctions which should be made here so that you know exactly who you’re seeing when you set up your eye exam. 

Ophthalmologists – These are trained doctors who specialize in eye care. They can do all the things that an optometrist can do, but they are also licensed and trained to perform eye surgery and treat eye-related medical conditions. 

Optometrists – These are eye doctors who, for the most part, diagnose vision problems and prescribe eyeglasses, contacts, low vision aids, vision therapy, and medication for eye-related illnesses. Optometrists attend four years of optometry school after college, though most are not trained or licensed to practice surgery. 

Come to Eye Florida for a State-Of-The-Art Eye Exam 

At Eye Florida, you can count on every member of our staff to provide you with exceptional service and lasting peace of mind. Eye exams can be stressful and time-consuming, especially if you go into one with a hunch that something is seriously wrong. That’s why, at Eye Florida, we walk our patients through the process step by step—we want you walking out of the office with eagle-eye vision.


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30/Oct/2018

The sunshine is nice and everyone loves it. There are some activities, however, that are just more fun at night: a long drive, a few hours of knitting, or a walk through the park to name a few examples. Whether it’s the illuminating glow of the moon or nighttime’s inherent tranquility that make these activities special, the answer depends on who you ask. One thing’s for sure: nobody wants to lose the ability to do the nighttime activities they love. Unfortunately, for many people, especially older people, the ability to enjoy the beauty of nighttime is inhibited by a condition call nyctalopia, or night blindness as it’s more commonly known.

What Is Night Blindness?

A person who experiences night blindness will be unable to see well at night or in dimly-lit conditions. Night blindness, or nyctalopia, is not itself a disease; instead, it’s a symptom of an underlying problem, usually one related to the retina. It is common for patients who are myopic to experience night blindness, but these symptoms are unrelated to a retinal disease and are instead because of optical issues.

Will My Optometrist Know If I’m Experiencing Night Blindness?

Unless you share with them your concerns regarding your possible night blindness, most eye doctors are not going to be able to identify such an ailment with a regular eye test because your eyes are being tested in good light. Moreover, most eye doctors don’t check for night blindness at all, and this is troubling given that individuals who, for example, operate vehicles with impaired vision are a danger to themselves and others.

What Causes Night Blindness?

Individuals who experience night blindness may have a health problem in which night blindness is a symptom, and others may experience night blindness because, in some cases, it is congenital. Other eye-related causes of night blindness are macular degeneration and cataracts, though there are more.

Eating Right Can Help Prevent Night Blindness

Because night blindness itself is not a disease but rather a symptom of a plurality of other diseases, there’s a good chance that diet may have an impact on the severity of your symptoms. If you implement the tips provided below in your dietary planning, there’s a good chance you will significantly mitigate your night blindness. That being said, some cases of night blindness may require more than just a diet change to lessen their severity, but implementation of good dietary practices will be good for your overall eyesight nonetheless. Moreover, you may be able to take natural supplements in order to strengthen your nighttime vision.

Things to Consume with Night Blindness in Mind

You want to be getting a lot of the following:

  • Vitamin A (carrots, kale, broccoli, cantaloupe, and squash)
  • Fish and shellfish (salmon, sardines, and herring)
  • Fruits (blueberries are essential)
  • Vegetables (the more colorful, the better)

It’s virtually impossible for a person to have great overall health and a fortuitous immune system if they don’t eat right, and ailments like night blindness are what you can expect when you possess such dietary deficiencies. Don’t sacrifice the nighttime activities you love!


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27/Oct/2018

Whether they manifest as specks, strings, or cobweb-like shapes, you’ll definitely notice one when it’s in your field of vision. Don’t expect to get a good look at it though, for the second you try it’ll bolt from ideal view. These are eye floaters—and though their name makes them sound like microscopic organisms living in your eyeballs, they’re actually shadows on your retina that are caused by clumps of tiny fibers. As you get older and your vision recedes naturally, you may find that eye floaters become more common. A sharp increase in eye floaters, however, may be indicative of a more serious problem, which is why you need to consult an eye specialist immediately should you find yourself in this situation; if you’re experiencing light flashes or loss of peripheral vision as well, it’s of vital importance you seek medical attention as soon as possible.

When to Discuss Eye Floaters with Your Physician

Eye floaters that happen here and there should not concern you, however there are a handful of circumstances that may prompt you to seek the advice of a professional:

  • A sudden increase in eye floaters.
  • If your vision is significantly impaired by the presence of eye floaters.
  • If you see light flashing in the same eyes you have floaters in.
  • If the ends of your normal field of vision become dark (loss of peripheral vision).

What Can Cause Eye Floaters

Eye floaters come with age—which is to say you may experience them more as your vision begins to naturally decline. There are, however, diseases and conditions that may as well increase how often you experience eye floaters.

Posterior Uveitis – When the layers of the uvea (which is in the back of your eye) become inflamed, there’s a possibility that debris will permeate into the vitreous—these debris will manifest as eye floaters. Posterior uveitis often the result of an infection, however inflammatory diseases or other causes may also lead to it.

Eye Bleeds – These can be caused by many things: diabetes, hypertension, blocked blood vessels, or injury. In this case, it’s the blood cells that manifest as eye floaters.

A Torn Retina – When a sagging vitreous is too heavy to support, a retinal tear may be just around the corner. If not treated properly and immediately, a retinal tear could lead to retinal detachment—a very serious condition that, if left untreated, will likely result in permanent vision loss.

Eye Medications – Injected into the vitreous before an eye surgery, some eye medications have been known to cause bubbles. Until these bubbles are absorbed into your eye, they manifest as eye floaters.

Who Should I Ask About My Eye Floaters

At Eye Florida, we will give you a thorough eye examination in order to see what may be causing your eye floaters. Afterward, a professional eye doctor will go over what they found. Our goal is to provide you with the exceptional eye care you deserve.


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19/Oct/2018

Driving a vehicle in the United States is an expression of freedom. Of course, you’re required by law to have a valid license and registration before you get behind the wheel; but once these stipulations are met, you’re permitted to travel virtually anywhere within the country.

Today most new drivers get their license at 16, but back in the day the requirements regarding when you could get behind the wheel were more lenient. This means that there are many drivers on the road today who have been driving for 60, 70, and even 80 years in some cases. In fact, studies indicate that male drivers over the age of 65 drive an average of about 10,000 miles per year, a 74% increase over the last three decades; female drivers average close to 5000 miles annually, a 31% increase over the same span of time.

Although there are older persons on the road today who continue to drive throughout their eighth and ninth decade, there are a lot of people who—due to age-related issues, health issues, etc.—are unable to drive once they entered their later years of life.

Don’t Drive Once Your Vision Really Begins to Go

If you have trouble seeing in general, then there’s a good chance you should not be driving a vehicle. Operating a vehicle with poor vision may lead to you:

  • Stopping at green lights or at places where there is no stop sign present
  • Being unable to read traffic signals
  • Running red lights or stop signs
  • Coming into contact with other cars that are either moving or parked
  • Getting lost and requiring assistance for directions

Decreases in vision are natural in human beings; and part of getting older is being able to accept that your body will never function in ways it used to. If you’re concerned about your ability to drive, then perhaps you should receive a driving evaluation—rehabilitation centers, driving schools, or state licensing agencies usually administer these for a low-cost fee.

Coming to Terms with Life After Driving

When you are no longer able to drive, it may be a good idea for you to use delivery services for groceries, meals and medications. Fortunately we live in an age where there are a plurality of people who will come to your home and perform services for a fee (hairdressing, transportation, etc.). Additionally, to make life after license easier, you may:

  • Ask friends and family for assistance in getting you places.=
  • Take advantage of elder care options
  • Use a mass transit system
  • Use a paratransit system

Come to Eye Florida for a Vision Exam Today

At Eye Florida, a licensed eye doctor will be able to make an informed decision regarding your vision and its impact on your ability to drive. You’ll be putting your life and the lives of others at risk if you choose to drive with inadequate vision: don’t be that person—get your eyes examined as soon as you become concerned.


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12/Oct/2018

Show off your stylish eyewear in all your autumn Instagram posts.

With the leaves changing color and the air beginning to cool, now is the perfect time to purchase a new piece of fashionable eyewear that is fit for this season. Wearing a pair of stylish eyeglasses or to-die-for sunglasses will always elicit compliments, and it’s likely your friends and followers on social media will hype them up as well. Don’t post that pumpkin selfie unless you’re rocking one of the hottest pieces of eyewear in 2018. Don’t know what’s hot? Read on!

Black Rimmed Glasses

They’re bold, colorless, and never going out of style: they’re black rimmed glasses, and they are a great purchase choice for this season. Got a black tie event coming up? Your black rimmed glasses will surely get you a few compliments throughout the evening.

Black Thick-Rimmed Round Glasses

These are glasses ideal for individuals (mostly women) with faces that are incompatible with square glasses. Want to highlight your bangs and bring out the natural beauty of your face? Consider purchasing these! Who doesn’t like a retro look here and there.

Gold Metal Wireframe Glasses

If you want your eyewear to be an expression of your bold personality, you should consider purchasing gold metal wireframe glasses. These glasses will bring a touch of elegance to your face that is simple and delicate, yet their boldness is never compromised because the gold is just that beautiful. If you want your glasses to dazzle coworkers and friends, these are glasses you should consider.

Lipstick-Matching Eyeglasses

Whether they’re red, pink, purple, or some variation of the three, lipstick-matching eye glasses are ideal for any woman looking to make a bold statement. Sweet-colored eyeglasses like these are going to keep you looking hip; they’re the perfect pair for a fashionista of your standing.

Wooden Effect Eyeglasses

Wood-textured accessories have become popular in recent years, and such is certainly the case when it comes to eyewear. A lot of individuals like the natural texture wood has, and its rugged look is appealing to those who like spending time outdoors. Of course eyeglasses cannot be made out of real wood, which means the wood-finished substitutes on the market are the next best thing!

Zelda Eyeglasses

These are glasses made with the uniquest individual in mind. The upper half-frame is made with reliable material and painted to look like caramel, while the bottom is held together by a subtle piece of golden metal. The compliments will flow the minute you put these on, especially if you’re in an academic setting!

Eye Floria Has the Eyewear Selection You’ve Been Searching For

If you’ve been looking for a place to buy a new pair eyewear for the fall season, then look no further than Eye Florida. Selection is taken seriously here, and that’s something you’ll immediately realize when you enter this business. Moreover, there will be professionals nearby to help you make an informed purchase—that’s essential.


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05/Oct/2018

Carrots aren’t the only food that’ll help with your eagle-eye vision

If you’ve been wondering how you can decrease your chances of getting one of the plurality of eye-related diseases that humans naturally become more susceptible to as they get older, then it’d be a good idea to first look at your diet. Everyone knows the old maxim that carrots are good for your eyes, and this is true! There are, however, a lot of other fruits and vegetables that possess the vitamins, minerals, and nutrients that your eyes thrive on.

Below are several fruits and vegetables that promote eye health. Even incorporating a mere one or two of these items in your daily diet could soon have you noticing positive effects in your vision!

Citrus Fruits and Berries

That glass of orange juice isn’t just helping you to not get sick: items that are high in vitamin C are great because they’ve been shown to help prevent cataracts and macular degeneration in individuals.

Eggs

Eggs are rich in lutein and vitamin A, two things that have been shown to protect against night blindness and dry eyes. Eggs are definitely great for your eye health, however they must be consumed in moderation, for they are also very rich in things that humans should not consume on a frequent basis (cholesterol, etc.).

Fish

Fish is an eye-superfood because it is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, the things that help protect your eyes from dryness, macular degeneration, and even cataracts. Fish in general is good, however cold-water fish like mackerel, salmon, and tuna are all popular choices that a lot of people consume already. For those who have dietary restrictions that prevent them from eating fish, omega-3s can be consumed via fish oil or vegetarian supplements that contain black currant seed oil and flaxseed oil.

Leafy Greens

When it comes to leafy greens, these are great because they contain lutein and zeaxanthin, plant pigments that have been found to help prevent macular degeneration and cataracts. There are many ways to get your daily dose. Some individuals prefer multivitamins because of their simple and straightforward nature; they’re a great way of getting the vitamins and minerals you need. However, they aren’t for everyone.

Try eating spinach, turnip greens, kale, and cabbage. Not only are these foods rich in the vitamins and minerals your eyes, and your body generally, need to function properly, they’re also foods that you can prepare in a plurality of ways to make them taste great!

Whole Grains

Whole grains should be a dietary staple of yours for many reasons, but mainly because they can help reduce your risk of macular degeneration, which naturally increases as you get older. Give up the refined carbohydrates for brown rice, whole oats, and whole-wheat breads and pastas. We all know how great a slice of Wonderbread toast is at breakfast, but you know how life goes: too much of a good thing is never good for you. The niacin, vitamin E, and zinc that naturally exists in whole grains has been shown to promote overall eye health.




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