Surprising Impacts Your Hormones Have on Your Vision

Today’s guest post from Aaron Barriga outlines the ways that hormones can affect your eye health. With a focus on women, this post is informative and I like that Aaron even includes way to protect your vision. I hope you find it as interesting as I did upon reading it. Take it away, Aaron:

Hormonal changes can affect your vision.

Hormones. Women. Vision. Find out the connection between the 3. Photo via Pexels.

Hormonal changes in women can affect not only mood, skin, and weight but also influence your vision. An imbalance in hormone levels can be a fundamental reason for vision problems. Hormones play an important role in regulating vital functions of the body that can also affect your eyes. Hormonal fluctuation is an inevitable process that takes place from childhood to old age.

Let’s look at how hormones impact on every stage of a woman’s life.
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10 Inspiring Mother’s Day Quotes

Mother’s Day is a time to show appreciation to your mom but, well, sometimes we get choked up thinking about it. In those moments, it’s not always easy to express yourself. So, these quotes might serve as inspiration for Mother’s Day to help you come up with the words to tell her how much you love her. Alternatively, you might show her your affection with flowers, a photo collage or another thoughtful gift.

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Author Ruchira Khanna on the Wild World We Live in

It’s a wild world, as per singers like Cat Stevens in the ’70s and Maxi Priest in the ’80s. Now it’s 2018 and it’s still wild, says author Ruchira Khanna. In this guest post, Ruchira explains her views on women’s struggles today and how in spite of the obstacles females still continue to inspire themselves and others.

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All Feminists are Not Haters

So here’s the thing. We, feminists, get a bad rap sometimes.

Last weekend I attended an art show with family and my bf. We were having a great time, looking at pieces of art and photographs. A local jazz band was playing in one part of the building and there were appetizers laid out on tables (I sampled!). Then the music went quiet, and the event’s coordinator announced a slam poetry reading. Well, yes, I love poetry, and this got me excited. Live readings! The first two poems were from teen females.

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Important Tips To Keep Cancer At Bay

We all know just how destructive cancer can be as an illness, and how important it is to make sure that you are keeping it at bay in your life, if possible. As it happens, there is plenty you can do to prevent and stop cancer from spreading, and it’s a good idea to make sure you live with these basic preventative measures in mind if you are serious about not getting cancer. While you can’t make it a sure thing, you might as well do whatever you can to try to keep it away. Let’s take a look at major things to consider to keep cancer at bay in your life.
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Top 4 Reasons Women File for Divorce

There are countless reasons to extend staying in a broken marriage. However, for many people the reasons to leave eventually outweigh the reasons to stay as sensibilities, sanity, and salvation battle for dominance. Still, divorce is never an easy decision. Over a decade ago, men filed for divorce more often than women. However, according to the American Sociological Association (ASA), women are more likely to legally end the marriage. In fact, the numbers are significant with 69% of women filing for divorce as opposed to 31% of men. But what are the main reasons women, specifically, file for a Michigan divorce? Find out below in this sponsored blog post that I have been compensated for through the ValuedVoice network.

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Celebrating Women on the First Day of Spring and Beyond

Tuesday, March 20th is the first day of spring, which is exciting for this Canadian gal. I’m happy for the warmer weather to come, the flowers to blossom and the many walks to come on local trails. The Vernal Equinox occurs on the 20th in 2018, which is why this date makes the first day of spring. Now the days will get longer, making for more daylight and shorter nights, until June 21 (summer solstice) when the opposite will happen.

Along with the warm and sun of spring days gives me a reason to smile, here are some great events to celebrate women during the spring season:

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International Women’s Day: What Does #PressforProgress Mean?

March 8th is International Women’s Day, an occasion that has been in existence for over 100 years. It’s a day of rallies, marches, exhibits, speeches, business events, and more. It’s a day to celebrate women’s achievements in every facet of life and to strive for where we have yet to get to. This year’s campaign (2018) is #PressforProgress. It’s a hashtag that’s been lighting up Twitter and blogs but what exactly does it mean?

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