The eyes are complex
organs. They are
susceptible to a
number of conditions
caused by the
environment, ageing
and genetic factors. 

Squint (cross-eye, strabismus)

A squint is when a person's eyes focus in different directions. This can lead to blurred and double vision and lazy eye.

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A cataract is when the lens that sits within your eye becomes cloudy leading to your vision becoming misty. It is certainly a very common condition which normally starts to develop...

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Sensitivity to light (photophobia)

Specialised lenses can help sensitivity to light, which may stem from one of several underlying conditions and can cause headaches and discomfort.

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Dry eye syndrome

Dry eye syndrome (keratoconjunctivitis sicca) mostly affects older people. It is fairly common and easy to manage.

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Colour Blindness (colour vision deficiency)

Colour-blindness varies in severity. Sufferers can find it difficult - or even impossible - to see certain colours. 

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Digital Eyestrain

CVS is an umbrella term for eye and vision problems that are caused by looking at digital screens for long periods of time.

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Amblyopia (Lazy eye)

Lazy eye most commonly occurs in young eyes and should be easy to treat. If left uncorrected, however, it could permanently affect the vision.

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