It would appear that you are using Ad Blocking software. Most of us are guilty of staring at the display screen for long periods at a time. This causes enormous stress to the eye. While staring, we typically forget to blink. This triggers the eyes to start blow drying and results itchy and puffy eye. Too much contact with the screen can also weaken your eyesight, and you'll need glasses to improve vision.
The family and I have already been coming for a few years now and just had a visit this week. Dr Reeder is our optometrist and he's the most friendly and professional person you can meet. He will take a lot more time than most optometrists. (I've been wearing spectacles/contacts for 50 years so I think I could make that comparision effectively). I did read some of the negative reviews about any office staff and we've not in my opinion experienced such over time. I don't know if indeed they have high turnover on staff but since we only go once a year I don't remember any office staff titles/faces. Their arranging notification has been via email and phone calls plus they do send follow surveys for commentary. So far very happy with this professional.
Just behind the iris and pupil is situated the lens, which helps target light on the trunk of your eyeball Most of the eye is filled with a gel called the vitreous. Light projects through your pupil and lens to the back of the eye. The inside coating of the eye is covered by special light-sensing cells that are collectively called the retina. It converts light into electric powered impulses. Behind the eye, your optic nerve bears these impulses to the mind The macula is a small extra-sensitive area in the retina that gives you central perspective.
Think of the most amazing thing you have ever seen. It could be a centuries-old stained glass window glowing luminously from its dark stone structure or a kaleidoscope of colorful alpine flowers dancing across the deep green of the springtime mountainside. Our sight filter and specify light and color, impressing upon our imagination the miracles all around us.
THE REASON: Pores and skin produces decreasing amounts of oil as time passes, so eyelids tend to become dry and delicate. Lack of elasticity and excess fat, plus thinning epidermis, compound the condition and donate to small folds in the lids. Attention shadows and cleansers can dry, too. With diminishing security, too much scrubbing and overly absorbent powders can make things worse.