Without your eyes, life can be quite difficult. You may not even be able to accomplish the majority of the day-to-day activities without help. Therefore, you need to understand some of the most common ways your eyesight can compromise. This includes a lack of proper eye care, failing to visit an optometrist early when your sight is ailing and failing to understand an underlying condition that could harm your eyesight
Lack of Proper Eye Care
Eye care refers to things that you should do to ensure that your eyes remain healthy. As such, you should:
You may find that some people might get away with failing to do some of the things listed above. However, even if that is the case, don't test your luck. You want to make these actions a habit and maintain proper eye care.
Failing to Visit an Optometrist Early When Ailing
If you start noticing some unusual problems with your eyes like difficulty reading at night or during the day, sensitivity, foggy or cloudy vision, discomfort or eye pain, etc., don't wait to see whether the symptoms will subside. Visit an optometrist as soon as possible. If you delay, it can make an eye condition worse, meaning by the time you get to the optometrist, it might be too late to treat the condition.
Failing to Understand an Underlying Health Condition That Could Harm Your Eyesight
If you know that you have diabetes, make a schedule to visit your optometrist regularly. An increase in blood glucose levels can lead to diabetic retinopathy, a condition that can cause glaucoma, diabetic macular edema (DME) or retinal scarring. These three conditions can lead to blindness if not caught and treated early. Therefore, when you visit an optometrist as part of your eye care routine, ask them what diseases or underlying health problems can affect your sight. Additionally, ask what you are supposed to do to prevent the condition from affecting your eyesight.
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11 January 2021
Hello! My name is Leah and this is my blog which will explain everything you need to know about how your eyes work, how you can care for them and what you should do if you have pain or problems with your vision. When I had trouble seeing, I didn't know what to do. For a long time, I just put up with it. In the end, my mother told me I should go and see an optometrist, so I did. I had an eye exam and I was fitted with a pair of glasses which allow me to see perfectly.