Prioritize Your Eye Health – Improve Your Life
Women’s eyes are affected to a greater degree than men’s due to a variety of factors, including health conditions, life stages, and activities. Eye diseases are intrinsically more prevalent in women, especially because they have a longer average life expectancy than men. Women are also more likely to have untreated refracted errors, such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism; which can all cause significant vision problems.
What’s more? Contemporary research has shown that women experience hormonal imbalances that are thought to contribute to dry eye syndrome, a common health issue that often goes unrecognized. Dry eye syndrome can result in decreased vision, irritation, redness, and pain.
We can help regulate and educate you on how to care for your eyes if you are experiencing any of the following:
- Hormonal fluctuations
- Thyroid issues
- Excessive computer usage
- High blood pressure
- Auto Immune diseases