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The connection between ADHD and convergence insufficiency.
Convergence Insufficiency

The Connection Between ADHD and Convergence Insufficiency

The connection between ADHD and Convergence Insufficiency lies in the potential overlap of certain symptoms. Furthermore, convergence insufficiency might underlie the exacerbation of ADHD symptoms. Both conditions can exhibit signs of inattention and difficulties with tasks requiring sustained focus, such as reading and near tasks.

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Causes for double vision in older adults.
Diplopia (Double Vision)

Causes of Double Vision in Elderly

In this informative blog post, we explore the prevalent issue of double vision among the elderly. We investigate the primary causes, ranging from age-related eye conditions to diabetes and diabetic retinopathy. Gain insights into the symptoms, risk factors, and effective treatment options, empowering older individuals, and caregivers with valuable knowledge to address and manage double vision in senior years.

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Hidden symptoms of anisometropia you need to know.

The Hidden Symptoms of Anisometropia: What You Need to Know

In our latest blog post, we shed light on the world of anisometropia—an often overlooked eye condition. Discover its hidden symptoms, potential causes, and effective treatments, and gain insights into managing this condition for enhanced vision and optimal eye health.

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Squinting could be a sign of microtropia.
Strabismus (Crossed Eyes)

Microtropia: The Subtle Misalignment You Might Be Overlooking

Microtropia is a less commonly known eye condition characterized by a slight misalignment of the eyes. This blog delves into the intricacies of this condition, from its causes and symptoms to its potential impact on vision. With many individuals potentially overlooking this subtle discrepancy, it’s crucial to understand and identify Microtropia for optimal eye health.

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