For most people, a good night’s sleep means turning the lights off, but for people with diabetic retinopathy, having a bit more light at night might be a good idea. In diabetic eye disease, the micro-vasculature, or small blood vessels, become damaged so can’t provide the oxygen the retina needs as easily. During sleep, our … [Read more…]
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I wanted to share this great video by Dustin from Smarter Every Day which shows how we learn and unlearn. When a child is struggling to read, it is because they are doing things the way they have learnt to. Using optometric vision therapy we can unlock that learning so that approach tasks with fresh … [Read more…]