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September 6, 2019
Every part of the body, including your eyes, will change as you get older. In fact, the American Academy of Ophthalmology reports that most adults begin to notice changes in their vision and eyes around the age of 40. For example, you may develop presbyopia, dry eye, and other age-related eye conditions.
Here are some expert-recommended tips for taking care of your eyes as you age:
The American Macular Degeneration Foundation reports smokers are up to 4 times more likely to develop age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Fortunately, those who quit are only slightly more likely to develop AMD than non-smokers.
According to the American Heart Association, high blood pressure (also known as hypertension) can cause:
Wearing sunglasses which offer 100% UV protection can help protect your eyes from damage caused by UVA and UVB rays, including:
Your eyes need fruits, vegetables, and whole grains which contain:
At the age of 40, the AAO recommends a baseline comprehensive eye exam. This way, as your vision changes, you can identify warning signs of conditions like macular degeneration and other diseases which cause blindness. When you catch vision issues early, your ophthalmologist can take steps to prevent vision loss.
People with special risks, such as diabetes, a previous eye trauma, surgery or a family history of glaucoma, may need an eye exam more frequently. One way to know if you need to see your eye doctor is with regular vision testing from home. With EyeQue VisionCheck, you can easily test and track your vision changes anytime from anywhere, including your home or office.
With the EyeQue Vision Monitoring Kit, you have the freedom to test and monitor your vision as frequently as you need. You can even share your results with your doctor!Buy Now