Vision & Age
40's and 50's
Communicating with your eye care professional
You choose to reach for the top. To head the fund drive. To see the world. So take good care of your eyes.
Your changing eyes
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.
A regular eye exam is the best way to protect your eyesight-- and an easy precaution to take-- as many sight-threatening diseases can be cured or slowed if caught early enough. Learn about appointments during eye exams.
Correct your vision
There are dozens of options. Like prescription glasses, a contact lens is specifically shaped to focus light into the retina of your eye (and to fit your eye). Learn more about correcting your vision.
Sports vision is "full-scope" primary eye care that can help you optimize your visual skills.
At the computer
Computers are straining your eyes, creating a condition known as Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS).
Learn more in our First Aid section about recognizing symptoms, steps to take and most importantly that you should always get immediate, professional medical attention for any eye injury. It is the best way to safeguard your baby's vision.