TEN 09.11.2022 Monthly News

7. High Cholesterol and Its Effect on Vision. Do you know how much cholesterol you have? Many of us probably don’t. Cholesterol is a waxy, fat-like material produced by the human body. Some foods also have high cholesterol content. Although your body requires a certain amount of cholesterol, too much can lead to a number of diseases and medical conditions including vision problems.⁣ → Link

6. Can Sunglasses Prevent Wrinkles and Other Signs of Aging? The sun gives you life and gives you energy, but it also ages you a little every day. You can decrease the aging process by taking preventative actions like applying sunscreen and wearing sunglasses. However, you must first understand how the sun causes aging and how sunglasses protect your eyes and surrounding skin from sun damage. → Link

5. Are You at Risk of Vision Loss if You Are a Patient With Coronavirus? The challenge of COVID-19 is still ongoing. Patients that are weak and sickest among others use a ventilator that helps them breathe properly. Some patients are in a position where they lie flat as they face downwards which helps in boosting the amount of oxygen being transported in their blood. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a change in the delivery of eye health services. The new normal put up limitations and restrictions. The safety of patients and health workers is a priority. Emergency surgeries are the only one who has given attention because of the complications that you can develop if you did not deal with it immediately. → Link

4. Contact Lenses for Hard-to-fit Eyes. You may have “hard to fit” eyes if you have had problems wearing contact lenses or been advised you are not a good candidate for contacts. But do not panic; this does not rule out the possibility of wearing contact lenses. Be aware of your options and how to select an eye care practitioner (ECP) that specializes in contact lens fitting. → Link

3. How Can Interferon Affect the Retina? Interferons are proteins that your body produces. They are produced by your body’s immunological system. The immune system is boosted by interferon medications. Viruses, germs, and cancer are among the things they combat. → Link

2. Could Eye Drops Treat Cataracts Without Surgery? Scientists have discovered a compound that can reverse cataracts. The good news is, it can be soluble enough to be in a form of eye drops. Cataracts can bring permanent damage to vision if left untreated. The only option believed to treat cataracts today is surgery alone. However, one group of researchers have found a way to treat cataracts non-surgically for the first time in history! → Link

1. What Can I Do to Minimize the Recovery Time of Cataract Surgery? The recovery time for cataract surgery is known to be short and uneventful if you followed the instructions of your surgeon and attend all follow-up check-ups. Cataract surgery with no complications can take no longer than 10 minutes. After surgery, you will be in the recovery area until the anesthesia wears off which usually takes about 30 minutes to an hour. It is a must to have someone after the procedure because you will need someone to accompany you on the way home. A pair of sunglasses that will protect your eye from the bright light and glare is given before discharge for you to wear on the way home. → Link

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