Blog - Ezekiel Eyes | Optometrists in Nedlands, Perth, WA

8 Simple Eye Exercises To Keep Your Eyes Healthy

We exercise our arms, legs, abs, and even our behinds, but have you ever thought of exercising your eyes? Any eye doctor will tell you that it is good to keep your eyes healthy, and doing some simple exercises is a great way to improve the health of your eyes. Some... read more

Digital Eye Strain – Do you know the 20/20/20 rule?

The first thing that many people do when they wake up is to check their cell phone. If you are living with keratoconus, you may need the extra step of putting in your contact lenses before you’re able to turn on your digital devices.  According to a well-respected... read more

Cataracts

Nedlands optometrist warns against the danger of leaving cataracts untreated Nedlands optometrist, Damon Ezekiel, says, “One in four people over the age of 60 has signs of cataracts, so people in this age group should have their eyes examined regularly” “An... read more

Spring time: Allergy time

Spring has sprung and for many, it also marks the beginning of red, itchy and watery eyes. Nedlands optometrist, Damon Ezekiel, says the chance of suffering from an eye allergy this season, is much higher than usual. “Airborne agents that cause irritation, such as... read more

Hitting the road healthy

With one in five drivers experiencing a long-term vision problem, Nedlands optometrist, Damon Ezekiel, is calling on motorists to remember the important role of vision in safe driving. “Most of us think to check our mirrors, tyres, oil and water before hitting the... read more

Good vision for life 2

Most of the information required for everyday living is obtained through our eyes, yet only 17 per cent of the population had a comprehensive eye examination in 2008 says Nedlands optometrist. “This figure is surprising given how important our eyesight is to everyday... read more

A simple eye test can save your sight

Currently, vision loss affects almost 575,000 Australians, yet 75 per cent of vision loss is preventable or treatable. “The best way to save your sight is to have your eyes tested regularly to detect potential problems, especially if you have diabetes or a family... read more

What is Eye Fatigue?

                                                                                                                                       Eye Fatigue Tools f.lux f.lux makes the color of your computer’s display adapt to the time of day, warm at night and like sunlight... read more

UV protection

Optometrists recommend eye protection for kids Most Australian parents are well aware of the need to slop sunscreen and pop a hat on their child before going outdoors in summer, but not everyone knows the urgent need to stick a pair of sunnies on too. UV radiation... read more

World sight day

A simple eye test can save your sight Optometrist, Damon Ezekiel, is urging the Nedlands community to save their sight by having an eye test while supporting World Sight Day (14 October). Currently, vision loss affects almost 575,000 Australians, yet 75 per cent of... read more