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Back to School Tips

School is back in session. Kids are spending more and more time in places that you can’t always control.  You work hard to make sure your kids are as safe as they can be.  You know the importance of safety in the sun. Of eating healthy and balanced meals and teaching about strangers and bullies. Staying on top of their eye health is important too.  For those concerned parents, refine your approach with these tips. Screen Time Limiting screen time [...continue reading]

Why Is My Family So Tired? Could It Be Our Devices?

Being tired is a common experience for modern families. From parents who work, sometimes multiple jobs, to teenagers with classes of reading and homework, to school-age children with activities multiple nights of the week, tiredness can be common. But what if there was something else you could do about all of that exhaustion?  Something that didn’t mean changing the family schedule and hiring someone to do your laundry? If you are feeling fatigued, it could be due Stress Time Management [...continue reading]

How Lightbulbs Are Impacting Your Sleep

While any kind of light can suppress the production of the sleep chemical melatonin, some light does so more than others.  A study out of Harvard showed that exposure to blue light, compared to green light, suppressed melatonin for about twice as long. It also shifted circadian rhythms by twice as much.  These shifts make it hard to fall and stay asleep each night.  In another study, people were exposed to either blue or green light. The individuals exposed to [...continue reading]

Gamers Need Glasses

People who play games on computers and devices often stare at the screen for hours at a time.  It is common for gamers to stay engaged in a game constantly, so as not to miss any action. Many gamers report a great sense of socializing with others while playing. They note faster reaction time and better fine motor skills. Gamers are also known to have better spatial reasoning skills than others.  But all of this time in front of a [...continue reading]

College Students Are Spending 10 Hours Each Day On Their Phone

A recent study showed that college students spend between 8 to 10 hours a day using a cell phone. Every day.   This does not include other devices such as tablets, computers, laptops or televisions. Students reported spending the most time texting, with an average of 94.6 minutes a day. That was followed by sending emails (48.5 minutes), checking Facebook (38.6 minutes) and using the Internet (34.4 minutes). Additionally, 86 percent of college students regularly slept with their cell phone, tablet [...continue reading]

What Does Working on a Computer Do to Your Health

Does your job require long hours on the computer? If you’re like millions of people worldwide, the answer is likely yes. And even if you don’t work on the computer, you may spend a few hours per day browsing the internet and checking social media. But have you ever thought about what those hours on the computer are potentially doing to your health? Here are a few areas of caution: Vision Neck, shoulder and back pain Poor sleep & fatigue [...continue reading]

What Blue Light Does to Your Eyes

You may notice that most articles discussing the harmful effects of blue light focus mostly on the disruption to our sleep cycle. And for good reason--the impact on our health cannot be overstated. But you may still be wondering: what does blue light physically do to our eyeballs? The Eyes are Not Very Effective at Blocking Blue Light  The front part of our eyes, the cornea and lens, are very effective when it comes to blocking UV rays from reaching [...continue reading]

Level Up Your Sunglasses this Summer with Extra Protection

From beaches to barbeques, summer is the ultimate season to take in the great outdoors. Longer days and warm weather mean millions of Americans will be spending less time indoors in front of screens and digital devices. This may seem like a temporary reprieve from the harmful effects of blue light, but that’s not necessarily the case. After all, the sun emits the majority of the blue light our eyes are exposed to. So, before you reach for just any [...continue reading]

Are Your Kids Getting Too Much Screen Time

The new guidelines are in, and parents with young children should take note. According to the World Health Organization, children under five years old must spend less time sitting watching screens, get better quality sleep and have more time for active play if they are to grow up healthy. The recently published guidelines state that the younger the child, the more serious the implications. Specifically, infants one years of age and younger should have no sedentary screen time on electronic [...continue reading]

Move Over, Migraine. Here’s How to Proactively Protect Yourself

38 million people around the world suffer from migraine. If you’re among that number--or know someone who is--you know how challenging it is to find fast relief. The pain, dizziness and light sensitivity aren’t prone to leaving quickly. But what if there were a way to prevent most migraine attacks before they occurred? Research from the past decade has uncovered new ways to treat yourself proactively against the threat of migraine. And the best part is no pills or medication [...continue reading]

What if Everything You Thought You Knew About Fatigue was Wrong?

When it comes to chronic fatigue, what if we had it all wrong? What if we’ve been doing everything to treat the symptoms and nothing to stop the cause? And we’re not talking about the casual after-lunch yawn. We mean the kind of fatigue you feel deep in your bones, day after day. The tired that wreaks havoc on your productivity and mood. If you’re like many people, chances are high that you spend your days treating the symptoms of [...continue reading]

An Insider’s Advice on How to Conquer Vestibular Migraine

Even before her diagnosis, she knew something was wrong. Her symptoms made it nearly impossible to function from day-to-day. Looking at a computer or tablet screen was enough to create debilitating dizziness and nausea. Even setting foot in an artificially-lit store like Target would trigger a migraine attack so severe that they knocked Kayla off her feet. But fast forward to today and Kayla McCain has learned how to live with her diagnosis, something known as a vestibular disorder i.e. [...continue reading]

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