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Going to the doctor, going to the dentist, is all part of taking care of your health. Do you go to an ophthalmologist? It is also important! Eye exams throughout the year and throughout life can help you stay on track.
Only your ophthalmologist knows
Eye disease is usually very common and can be seen for a long time – some have no symptoms at first. A thorough examination of the external eyelids by an ophthalmologist or ophthalmologist (ophthalmologist) is necessary to diagnose the disease at an early stage after treatment to prevent vision loss. effective.
During the test, visual acuity (forecasting), depth perception, visual acuity and eye movement were tested. Your student’s vision is enlarged so that your ophthalmologist can see into your eyes and diagnose the symptoms of a health problem. Your ophthalmologist can diagnose other conditions such as high blood pressure or diabetes, sometimes before your first doctor.
Eye care can change lives
Early treatment is essential to prevent some normal eye conditions from causing permanent or permanent loss of vision:
- Diabetic retinopathy (leading to damage to the blood vessels in the back of the eye), the leading cause of blindness in American adults.
- Cataracts (clouds of space), causing vision loss in the United States
Decreased macular degeneration of the abdomen (damage to the skin affected by light and gradual sight)
Glaucoma (a group of diseases of the optic nerve)
Of the 93 million American adults estimated to have a high risk for vision loss, only half have seen a doctor in the past 12 months. Regular eye care can have a significant impact on preserving vision for millions of people.
Another precautionary measure: cover the eyelids to avoid injury.
Although people often have vision problems as they grow up, children also need visual inspection to ensure the health of the pdf icon [326 KB]. But only 39% of adolescents have visual imaging, which is necessary to diagnose eye disease.
Amblyopia (decreased vision because the eyes and brain do not work well) is the most common cause of vision loss in children – 2-3 in 100 children. Amlyopia needs to be treated early to prevent vision loss.
Test: How often?
The US Task Force on Preventive Services is recommending a new screening test for children ages 3 to 5 years and older to determine if you have amblyopia or a possible allergy. People with diabetes should have their eye dilation checked every year.
Some people are at high risk for glaucoma and should have an annual dilation test 2: African Americans 40 and older All adults over 60, especially Mexican Americans Who have a family history of glaucoma.
Five Ways to Protect Your Vision Check regularly. Eat healthy foods, including green leafy vegetables such as vegetables or kale, and stay healthy. Get to know your family’s eye health information. Wear sunglasses that block 99% to 100% of UV-A and UV-B (sunlight) rays. Stop or have started.
Easy on the eyes If you spend too much time focusing on one thing, such as a computer screen, your eyes may become tired. Try 20-20-20 rules to reduce endurance: every 20 minutes, look about 20 feet in front of you for 20 seconds.
Other reasons to see your eye doctor
If you have any of these eye problems, do not wait for your appointment again – see your optician as soon as possible:
- Eye pain
- Asylum or redness of the eyes
- Two visions
- Floaters (small specks that seem to float over your eyes)
- Halos around lights
- hot flashes
Diabetes in your eyes
Symptoms of retinopathy of diabetes
Complication of diabetes. High blood pressure damages the blood vessels in the retina (the affected part of the eye), where the lesion can lead to permanent vision loss
Diabetic retinopathy is also one of the most common preventable causes of vision loss and blindness. Early diagnosis and treatment can prevent or kill blindness from diabetic retinopathy in 90 percent of people with diabetes, but 50% or more do not check their eyesight or find that it is too late for good treatment. People with diabetes are also at greater risk for other eye diseases, including glaucoma and cataracts. If you have diabetes, annual eye exams are necessary to protect and maintain your eye and eye health.
Due to the number of elderly people, the number of blind and visually impaired people in the United States expects to double by 2030 and triple by 2050. Encouraging people to take care of their vision health as part of their health and general well-being. Significantly reduces that number and improves living standards for millions of Americans.
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