We all have busy lives, therefore it can be easy to forget about things.
That is why we’re using this blog article to provide you five great reasons to remember your vision when you are planning your time!
1. An Ounce Of Prevention…
Many eye diseases, such as glaucoma, are slow-acting so that they’re very sophisticated by the time you notice the signs. The most important thing we can do to steer clear of permanent vision loss is to schedule those eye examinations so that they treated and can be caught early on.
2. It Won’t Cut
Many schools provide free vision screenings, which sounds like a very good thing. The dilemma is that these screenings focus on visual acuity, so they do not capture everything. Only a comprehensive eye exam with an optometrist can check for other problems that may be creating vision-related tasks (like reading) hard or uncomfortable for a child.
3. Do Not Let Digital Eye Strain Impact Your Work
Many people have jobs that require us to invest most of the day looking at a computer screen, and this may lead to eye strain, with symptoms such as blurry vision, dry eyes, and headaches. Regular eye exams are a terrific way to make sure you have the proper tools to fight back against eye strain.
4. Maintain Those Prescriptions Up-To-Date!
Our eyesight changes as we age, and glasses or contacts that used to provide us with absolutely clear vision may gradually become less powerful. Do not subject yourself to months or months of endless squinting; so that you may get lenses, schedule your next eye exam!
5. The Eyes Are The Windows To Overall Health
As significant as it is to get eye exams for the interest of preventing and preventing eye ailments and keeping your prescription present, they’re also a great way to be on the watch for your overall health. The eye doctor is the first person to identify the symptoms of high cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes, and even cancer,
Schedule An Eye Exam For Save Your Vision Month!
Every March we observe Save Your Vision month to improve awareness of good eye care practices, and also a great way our patients may observe is by scheduling an eye exam, particularly if it’s been longer than a year since the previous one. We look forward to seeing you!
We love to see our patients!