Vision & Age
Your Changing Eyes
Keep your eye on pleasure
You rely on your sight to enjoy life to the fullest and to get your work done. Yet, over time, your vision may change. You may need more light to see. You may have a harder time differentiating among shades of blue and green. And you may have trouble focusing on things that are near. Fortunately, there are lots of products to help your continued good sight.
How you can help
Be sure to visit the eye doctor regularly and learn about potential vision
problems. By being well-informed, you can learn to recognize signs of trouble
and possibly cure or slow a sight-threatening disease.
Budget for proper eye care
Proper eye care doesn't have to be expensive and it is worth every penny. Many insurance policies will cover the cost of routine eye exams as well as treatments your doctor may prescribe. Some may even cover or contribute to the cost of prescription glasses or contact lenses. Be sure to set aside money to cover any expenses your insurance doesn't cover. Think of it as an investment in good vision.
Common eye problem
Here are some common eye problems you should be aware of
Fight free radicals
Studies have shown that antioxidant minerals and other vitamins may help
combat free radicals, and slow or prevent related diseases. Consider using
Bausch & Lomb's PreserVision
® vitamins. And be sure to ask your doctor if taking a vitamin
supplement is right for you.