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Hyaluronic Acid for Eye Flashes

What are eye flashes? Flashes occur when your retina shows signs of pulling. This usually occurs when the vitreous gel in your eyes become more liquid and collapses. When the gel collapses, people often get flashes occasionally, on and off, over the course of weeks or months. Flashes also most notably occur if you are […]

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The Signs of Corneal Hypoxia

One of the many drawbacks of wearing contact lenses is the possibility of acquiring corneal hypoxia. Corneal hypoxia happens when the corneas don’t get enough oxygen and largely prevalent among contact lens users because of the way contact lenses create a barrier that reduces the amount of available oxygen. Wearing contact lens, especially during sleep, can cause corneal hypoxia. […]

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Blue Green Algae For Athletes

Getting the most out of your diet is one of the most important parts of training specially for athletes. Not just focusing on the macros, but rather nutrition from a holistic point of view. It sounds logical but really, most professional athletes end up focusing on getting a lot of a few select nutrients and […]

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Can Hyaluronic Acid Help With Eye Floaters?

Eye floaters are those tiny squiggly lines you occasionally see when you’re actively looking for them or when you find yourself staring on a brightly lit surface. Over time, you learn to ignore them but is that the only option you have? What could it mean when you have eye floaters? Are they dangerous? How […]

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What Causes Eye Floaters? Learn About What They Are.

Eye floaters are small spots, drifting aimlessly around in your field of vision. Fortunately, they’re not exactly alarming to your health. Eye floaters usually happen to older populations can become a visual annoyance and some could have become blind by trying to treat it with not so conventional means. Symptoms of Eye Floaters The symptoms of […]

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Asthenopia from Myopic Degeneration Surgery

Asthenopia is more commonly known as eye strain but technically, eye strain is just one of the many symptoms to describe asthenopia. Others include tired eyes, irritations, redness, blurred vision, and even double vision. Most get asthenopia from increased phone or computer usage due to their work or simply because it’s their past time. But today […]

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How Arthritis Effects the Eyes

When you hear the word “arthritis”, you would most likely associate it with joint pains and often a terrible consequence of aging. Unfortunately, arthritis is not a joint-exclusive problem as it has been shown to actually be detrimental even for your eyes. Arthritis of eyes? Yes, you read that right. It’s a lot to take in […]

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How Long Do Eye Floaters Last?

Vitreous floaters, or more commonly known as eye floaters, are those small spots that always move in your field of vision. These spots are really hard to ignore specially when you’re looking at bright things such as the blue sky or even white paper. They’re annoying and can really mess up our sight. A study conducted […]

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How Do Supplements Work?

The supplement industry is a growing market what with all the findings on what this underrated ingredient or compound does paired with the influx of health buffs all over the world. We have supplements for just about every facet of our life: melatonin for sleep, whey protein for muscle, hyaluronic acid for eye health, multivitamins for general […]

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