How Can Vision Affect Your Everyday Life?
Sight accompanies you throughout nearly every second of everyday. From the moment you wake up until you go to sleep your eyes are working tirelessly to gather and process the information presented to you. Constantly straining your eyes to see distant objects or read a menu gets tedious and the headaches are unbearable. Eventually, this starts to take a toll on your work, social, and personal life. Athletes rely on crisp vision and quick reflexes to make plays. Students at the back of the class need to squint to see the board. And the constant migraines can put you in a sour mood, even at home.
If your vision is impaired or damaged then you are missing out on all of the spectacle life has to offer. Come browse our selection of the latest and greatest eyewear trends and technologies at our Phoenix, Arizona office.
Why Should You Wear Eyeglasses?
While studies have shown that not wearing glasses does not worsen your vision it definitely doesn’t make it better. You should wear your glasses as prescribed by your doctor but wearing them longer won’t harm you. Glasses do many great things for you such as:
- Help You See – Clear vision is a beautiful gift that you won’t miss until it’s already gone.
- Change up Your Look – If you haven’t noticed yet, glasses are kind of in style. Over half of all Americans wear glasses and some of them don’t even have vision problems!
- Protect You From the Sun – Sunlight very dangerous to the eyes, but Accent Eye Care offers 99-100% UV-A and UV-B resistant sunglasses.
- Make Reading Easier – Now you don’t have to squint and hold the paper an arms length away. Read in comfort!
What Conditions Can Eyewear Correct?
Some think that eyewear only corrects blurry vision but it’s actually capable of more than just that. We carry corrective lenses that can treat conditions like:
- Myopia – A very common case where far away objects appear blurry.
- Hyperopia – Also very common, it causes close object to appear blurry.
- Astigmatism – A common imperfection in the Cornea which causes light to be distributed unevenly.
- Presbyopia – An age related loss of the eye’s ability to focus on nearby objects.
- Accommodative Esotropia – Excessive Hyperopia that can cause the eyes to become crossed.
- Anisometropia – Both eyes refract light differently and could be a mix of Myopia and Hyperopia.
Accent Eye Care has the best selection of fashionable and functional eyewear. Come browse our selection at our Phoenix office