- Blurred vision
- Tired, burning, aching eyes
- Back, shoulder, and/or neck pain
- Focussing adjustment
- Poor sleep quality/difficulty falling asleep
- Dry Eyes
- Light sensitivity
Our society is becoming increasingly reliant on digital devices. Most of the modern technology we use requires looking at a digital display, so many of us utilize such screens for everything from our jobs, schoolwork, and the news to online banking, social media and texting.
How is digital strain affecting our eyes?
To help provide you with the care your eyes deserve, we offer different solutions so you can get back to using your favourite digital devices!
Some of these solutions include:
If you are concerned that you may be experiencing digital eye strain, contact us to schedule an appointment. You’ll be one step closer to finding comfort and relief.
Conveniently located at Brant and Plains Road, across from MEC and Hyundai and in the same parking lot as Tim Hortons.
As we age, our risk of developing various eye diseases and issues will increase. As such, it’s extremely important to undergo a comprehensive eye exam approximately once a year. At this visit, your optometrist can determine the best vision correction tools for you; what’s more, we can also protect the health of your eyes and prevent permanent vision loss.
Digital eye strain can have negative effects on more than just your eyes. This common issue could very well be the culprit behind your poor quality sleep and back pain. Varshney Optometry has the diagnostic tools and expertise to help you find relief.
Are you suffering from dry eyes? This surprisingly common issue may be causing your tired eyes, excessive eye watering, and even visual distortion. Dry eye disease is often caused by an underlying issue that requires specific treatment. Varshney Optometry provides a wide variety of solutions for those experiencing the discomfort of dry eyes.
Did you know that experts are predicting over half of the world will be nearsighted by 2050? The unfortunate reality is that myopia is on the rise. What’s worse, is that myopia can lead to a host of other (more severe) visual problems and eye diseases. However, there are ways to minimize myopia and possibly prevent these complications.