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Common Eyesight Problems And Precautions For Them

by Kristen White Blogger
A good eye sight is very important to allow us to live our personal and professional lives comfortably. Along with our other senses, good eye sight helps us see, understand and analyse things for what they are and how to react to the same if need be. In fact, many professions require an individual’s eyesight to be perfect in order for him to do his work properly and efficiently. After all, poor eyesight in could lead to a disaster, in some cases.



On a personal level, poor eyesight can cause distress in managing simple day-to-day routines and also be embarrassing in front of others. Apart from not being able to work efficiently, poor eyesight is also a safety hazard and could lead to mishaps happening at the work place or home. To avoid such situations, one must ensure he gets his eyes checked regularly and follows all the necessary instructions given by eye practitioners from time to time to take care of our eyes.

To take good care of our eye sight we need to be aware of the problems that can occur with our eye sight and how to avoid them. Thanks to the developments in the field of eye care; in the present time there are treatments and solutions available nowadays for most of the common eyesight problems related to our vision and even eye infection. Apart from cosmetic contact lenses and lenses for vision correction, one can now also buy bifocal contact lenses online to treat close and far sight problems; something that was not easily available even offline till a few years back.

People who are diabetic need to take extra precautions of their eyes, since they are more prone to eye sight problems as compared to non-diabetic people. While there are a lot of myths and incorrect facts when it comes to eyesight problems among diabetics, the basic truth is that diabetics can face many different issues with their eye sight due to their high blood sugar levels.

Unfortunately, the symptoms for any eye sight problems are not visible until the problem is too severe and needs immediate attention. One of the common eye problems people suffering from diabetes face is diabetic retinopathy, which occurs when diabetes damages the tiny blood vessels inside the retina. Most eye care practitioners therefore advise people with diabetes to get their eyesight checked professionally by a doctor at least once a year; mainly to be able to diagnose this before it becomes too severe.

One of the problems that people in their 40s and 50s normally face is with their near and far vision, which is medically known as presbyopia.  It is a condition that occurs commonly due to the ageing of the eyes, as our body ages. People normally affected by it have a problem reading things that are too close to them like a book, newspaper etc. and also with objects that are at a distance such as bus numbers, billboards or a presentation being shown on a screen. This often affects their ability to read things efficiently leading to errors occurring in their work.

While bifocal glasses are available to cure this eyesight problem, they are inconvenient to wear and very uncomfortable for those not used to wearing glasses or wish to avoid them for cosmetic reasons. Glasses are also prone to breakage and may damage the eye in case of an unexpected incident. Luckily nowadays, you can also buy bifocal contact lenses, which are easy to wear and use. These lenses which are easily available online from reputed brands have been designed specifically to solve this disorder and are now popular the world over.

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