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Top 4 Tips for Maintaining 2020 Vision in the New Year January 3, 2020

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Top 4 Tips for Maintaining 2020 Vision in the New Year, West Chester, Ohio

If you’re searching for a New Year’s resolution that’s simple and makes you healthier, choose to improve your eye care habits so you can see in 20/20 vision throughout the year. Easy changes can lead to more youthful eyes and prevent early vision loss, allowing you to enjoy clear vision later in life. Learn more about a few changes you can make in the guide below.

How Can You Improve Your Eye Care In 2020?

1. See an Eye Doctor Regularly

Regular eye exams are crucial to detect diseases like cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration. They also test your vision so your prescription can be adjusted. Routine eye care appointments also discover non-ocular conditions like high blood pressure and diabetes due to symptoms like dry or bulging eyes, or abnormalities in ocular blood vessels.

2. Prioritize Vision

eye carePay attention to your eyesight, such as unusual floating spots in your eyes, growing dimness, black patches, and fuzziness. You should also recognize how your eyes feel, as sensations of intense pressure, random pains, or sensitivity to light are warning signs for diseases. Keep your prescription up to date, and buy new eyeglasses or contacts you will want to care for.

3. Eat Healthy & Exercise

Your entire body needs exercise and a balanced diet to stay healthy, including your eyes. Your ocular health depends on nutrients like vitamin C, vitamin E, and zinc to maintain proper functionality. Being unhealthy increases your risk of diseases like high blood pressure and diabetes, which will affect your vision through optic nerve damage and diabetic retinopathy and edema.

4. Protect Your Eyes

A critical part of attentive eye care is protecting them from trauma. If your work or hobby involves woodworking, metalsmithing, or flying debris and particles of any kind, wear safety goggles. Foreign objects can cut and irritate your eyes, leading to infection or vision loss. You should also wear sunglasses during the day, even if it’s cloudy and especially near snow and water. The UV rays in sunlight can lead to diseases like cataracts and cancer.

 

Are you ready to take the first step towards better eye care? The team at EyeCare One in West Chester, OH, has over 20 years of experience in vision services, including eye exams, ocular disease detection and management, and eyeglasses and contact lenses. They offer extended hours during the week and have appointments available on Saturdays, with most insurance and Care Credit accepted. Read some of their patient reviews online, and call (513) 755-7775 to schedule your exam today.

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