August is National Eye Exam Month, and 12.2 million Americans require some sort of vision correction but don’t use any, according to the Vision Council of America.
Almost 50% of children under 12 have never seen an eye care professional. Eye exams can help you fix issues early.
1 in 4 kids have vision problems, and it’s a common reason for them to fall behind in school. Eye exams could help stop reading problems in their tracks.
Many eye diseases have no symptoms. Eye exams can help your doctor catch serious issues early.
Many eye conditions can be improved if they’re caught early, especially in children. Schedule an eye exam for your kids.
Eye exams can also help spot other problems, like high blood pressure, diabetes, and high cholesterol.
If you’re having unexplained headaches, your eye doctor might be able to help. It may be as simple as updating your prescription.