With age, our eyes tend to become a little weak and prone to several diseases like diabetic retinopathy, cataract, macular degeneration, low vision, dry eyes etc. These diseases not only have a severe effect on your vision but also have the ability to make you go partially or completely blind.
Has your child lately shown any signs of fatigue, red eyes? Do his eyes constantly water? Has he been complaining about headaches, backaches? Now let’s retrace a bit and let me ask you another question- how much time your child spend sitting on computer/laptops/smartphones? These two questions are interrelated because
The most appalling drawback of ageing is perhaps the steady loss of your vision. As we age, our eye muscles starts becoming weak and losing their ability to focus which leads to blurred vision. Most of the times, this problem is rectified via wearing glasses both for far and near.
In today’s times, you will hardly find a child who doesn’t know how to operate a laptop, computer or a smartphone! In fact many of these children have become a pro in handling the digital technology even better than their parents! But technology always comes at a price which unfortunately