Unlike many other competitive outlets, when it comes to golf, age may not be as defining of a factor as in other sport. That’s one of the things that makes golf unique. Additionally, its endless tournaments give players a number of ways to participate, whether they’re on the professional tour or in your hometown. One of the most well-known tournaments in golf is the United Stated Open Championship. More commonly known as the U.S. Open, this is one of the 4 major championships in professional golf and is included on the PGA Tour and the European Tour schedules. Continue reading The Road to the U.S. Open
When it comes to our diets, most of us could afford to eat a little healthier. However, in the craziness that is life, it can be tough to get all the nutrients you need every day, especially for eye health. However, supplementation has made it easier than ever to get the exact amount of nutrients your eyes and body need to function at their best.Continue reading Supplementation for Healthy Vision
Our vision naturally changes as we age. At around 40 years of age, you may start to notice that seeing fine details, seeing in low light, and driving at night become more difficult. However, these vision changes don’t need to be part of your future. Now, you can support your aging eyes with nutrition and help keep your eyes seeing better for longer. Here are some of the nutrients you should be getting every day.Continue reading Supplementation for Aging Eyes
Unfortunately, there is no magic pill that automatically improves your visual performance after taking it once. When taking vitamins, it takes time for the nutrients to accumulate before seeing results.However, if you’re willing to make that commitment, here’s an estimated timeline of what improvements you can look for when taking EyePromise®Vizual Edge™ Chewable, Vizual Edge Pro™, or Screen Shield™ Pro and when you might see them.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, fatalities on the road occur three times more often at night than during the day even though only a quarter of all driving is done at night. In low-light conditions, your depth perception, ability to distinguish color and contrast as well as your peripheral vision all worsen.
While many people feel uncomfortable driving at night, most of us don’t think about how well we are able to see during the evening. According to Optometry and Vision Science, a simple testing method has been developed to identify people who have decreased visual acuity (clarity or sharpness of vision) under these lower light conditions. Continue reading How Well Do You See In Low Light Conditions?
A recent survey reveals people begin to experience anxiety with driving at night even at young ages, with 40 percent of drivers reporting concerns before age 40. Night driving is not only a problem for the driver who feels unsafe but is also a pervasive issue because it has the potential to impact everyone on the road. Vision plays a key role with low-light conditions and glare limiting the ability to see at night and react quickly. The good news is research shows an effective solution to the problem lies right before our eyes.