Oxford Family Vision Care News

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The Relationship Between Eyes and Sleep

Do you need to rest your eyes? How about a little shut-eye?  

 

It is no coincidence that we close our eyes when we are resting. There is a strong correlation between eye health and proper sleep, but many of us do not consider how our eyes will be affected when we get less than optimal rest.  

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Eye Health for People with Diabetes

November 7, 2022  |  Diabetes, eye disease, Eye Exams

November is Diabetes and Diabetic Eye Disease Month.  

 

That means at Oxford Family Vision Care we are focusing on eye health for people with diabetes.  

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How Often Does an Eye Prescription Change?

October 3, 2022  |  Eye Exams, eye protection, glasses, vision care

Your vision is one of the most important senses you have.  

 

For those with blurred or distorted vision, prescription eyeglasses or contacts help correct problems in the eye’s lens and result in improved vision.  

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Common Types and Categories of Astigmatism

September 5, 2022  |  eye disease, Eye Exams

Astigmatism is a refractive error that occurs due to imperfections in the eye. Eye doctors can determine what kind of astigmatism you may have, and how to properly correct your vision. 

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Back to School: It’s Time for Your Children’s Eye Exams

August 1, 2022  |  Eye Exams, School Exams

Regular eye exams are a crucial step to ensure that your child's vision and eye health are in pristine condition. 

 

Vision is one of the most important factors when it comes to education. Most key information is presented visually, and if your child cannot see the board, they will quickly fall behind.

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Wear Goggles When You Swim to Prevent These Issues

Swimming is one of the best ways to stay in shape and cool off in the raging heat (not to mention it is a whole lot of fun). But pool water is treated with many harsh chemicals, including chlorine.  

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