29 Apr

The Uveitis About Vision Loss


One of the main causes behind vision loss is something called Uveitis, a catch-all term for a group of inflammatory diseases that affect the uvea, the middle part of your eye. Uveitis has symptoms of swelling, redness, blurred vision, and pain. If you recognize any of these symptoms, you should contact your eye doctor since uveitis can destroy eye tissue.

18 Mar

How Eyes Perceive Color


Objects do not possess color of their own. Our eyes perceive color as different wavelengths of light that bounce off things, and our brains process that information to help us interpret the world we see in vibrant color. 

The visible spectrum lands between ultraviolet light and red light for humans, but scientists believe that humans can recognize up to 10 million colors. 

03 Feb

What Causes Vision Loss?


Vision loss or impairment can be caused by a number of injuries, illnesses, and more. Some cases happen gradually while others occur suddenly. In some situations, vision loss can be easily corrected with eyeglasses, contact lenses, or surgery. But for most, vision loss is a frustrating experience for many as it dramatically changes their way of life.

Age may also play a part in vision loss, usually changes become apparent after 40 years of age.

Here are some common causes of vision loss.