Many consider vision to be their most valued sense. We learn primarily through vision; in fact, 80% of our brain is devoted to processing visual information – more than all the other senses combined.
We need to take care of our eyes like we take care of our bodies and teeth; care should be preventive, not reactive. Many simple vision problems go undiagnosed – problems that could be detected by an eye exam – so there is no need to live with vision challenges, such as seeing objects in the distance or up close, general eye strain, blurry vision, headaches, etc.
Learning how to care for your eyes and vision is the first step to healthier sight.