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"I am slowly losing my ability to see clearly. The glasses I have just do not seem to do the trick. I used to be able to read the bottom of the TV, but no longer. The same goes for books or newspapers. The eye doctor keeps changing lenses and each time it gets worse."
Who would benefit from a low vision exam and when should one seek the help of a low vision optometrist?
Audio Books for the Blind - Find out how to get free and discounted audio books
Kindle Reader - Black and White, Color, Screen Size, and Glare-Free
Dome Magnifier - Glides across your reading material. Use it on a flat surface. Clear focus and magnification
Many people are aware of the damage outdoor blue light can cause to the macula and protect their eyes by wearing blue light blocking sunglasses. Fewer people are aware of inside blue light exposure from computers, TV's, iPads, cell phones, LED lights, and other electronic devices. Dr. Morgan shares with us how he and most other retina specialists agree that blue light may be the most damaging light to our retina and what we can do to protect ourselves:
Kindle Fire - Amazon Kindle Book reader that benefits for those with macular degeneration - read, watch, or listen.
Many people who have macular degeneration also have cataracts and the combined affect of the two eye diseases greatly impacts one's vision. Find out how the CentraSight retina implant works, how it can improve one's central vision and how to contact CentraSight for eligibility:
Blue Blocker Sunglasses Protect the Retina, Reduce Glare & Enhance Vision
On Line Grocery Shopping - Your favorite food delivered to your door from dry goods to fresh produce and meat.
Vitamins for macular degeneration may help prevent or slow the progression of macular degeneration. What ingredients or vitamins should you look for to support a healthy retina and build your macular pigment.