Are you or your kids always on your devices? Myopia is on the rise! Myopia is more commonly known as nearsightedness and increases with the more you use your devices. Don’t let it overcome you or your child. A great way to combat the onset of myopia is to go outside and give your device a break. Your eyes need time away from devices (phones, tablets, computers, televisions) to stay healthy. Our exams include a free screening of the risk factors that contribute to myopia. Give us a call at (714) 961-2020 to schedule an appointment today! Click on the link below to find out more about myopia and myopia control. https://visionhelp.wordpress.com/2018/08/09/the-boss-of-myopia/
What colors do you see in the picture above? To people with red-green colorblindness, the colors on the left and right sides mirror each other. Red-green colorblindness is common and results in red, green, and orange looking like muddy shades of yellow and purple that looks bluish. About 1 in every 20 people has it. We can see color thanks to the receptors at the back of our eye that pick up light. The typical eye uses three kinds of light sensors, each detecting different hues. Colorblindness could be caused by a missing set of receptors or out of tune ones. Colorblindness can result in off-limit jobs or activities. Researchers have recently created glasses to help with this problem. Maybe one day a lack of color vision won’t be an issue at all.