Redness, itching, burning — the symptoms of an eye allergy can cause a lot of discomfort. Typically, these symptoms are accompanied by nasal congestion, more commonly known as the “sniffles.” You’ll need to consult an allergist to find out what exactly is at the root of your allergies; however, for symptoms localized in your eyes, it might be best to see an eye doctor instead.
Myopia is the eye condition in which objects close by appear clear, but the further the objects are, the more blurry they become. Also known as nearsightedness, myopia is known to affect as much as 42% of the population in the United States alone. There are myopia control treatments that have shown positive vision correction results in both adults and children. The Institute for Control of Eye Myopia in Children shares these treatments.
While it’s still summer, you may already be preparing your child’s school supplies, clothes and even hair appointments. One thing you should also include is a comprehensive eye exam appointment. Read on as Myopia Institute discusses some reasons to schedule an eye exam for your kids before school starts.
Good eyesight essential to your children’s continuous learning and development. Vision irregularities may impede not only their academic performance but also how they socialize with others. This is why it’s a must they undergo eye exams regularly.