Most kids are visual learners, which means they grasp concepts better through demonstrations. This is also one of the reasons they usually imitate the things you do. To ensure their continued learning and development, Myopia Institute emphasizes the need to take care of their eyes properly. [Read more…]
Myopia happens when the space between the back and front parts of your eyes is too wide, causing light rays to incorrectly focus before the retina. Using prescription lenses or applying atropine eye drops are some of the most common ways to manage it. When these options are incompatible with your condition, a reliable alternative is vision therapy.
At Myopia Institute, we believe that taking proper care of your eyes starts with having comprehensive knowledge of how they work. Understanding how the different parts of your eyes work together and coordinate with your brain is important. Today, your vision therapy expert explains how your eyes see.
Kids with their eyes glued to their gadgets or TV is a common scene nowadays. While this habit may seem harmless, blue light emitted from digital devices can cause eye damage. Let your trusted vision therapy center, Institute for Control of Eye Myopia in Children, explain how the rampant use of technology may affect your child’s eyesight. [Read more…]