Tips for Keeping Eyes from Aging

Age aging is not a reason for decreased vision. Although affected offspring, with a good effort, you can still have good eyesight at the age of 40 years.

Once past the age of 40 years, a lot of people are starting to have problems with eyesight. The problems include dry eyes and presbyopia, the inability to see the focus on close objects. The problem resulted in people feeling tired and headaches.

Eye health expert at Wills Eye Institute Philadelphia USA, Julia Haller, said as we get older, the lens gradually loses its ability to focus. Some people refuse to wear glasses, but the decline is not inevitable vision.

Although we can not reject destiny decreased the ability of the eye, some strategies can reduce the impact of the damage.

Health expert eye vision therapy specialist in Los Angeles, Gary Etting, said people should avoid buying glasses alone before consulting the experts. Currently, there are many glasses are sold freely, but it does not mean that one can freely choose the most appropriate lens for her.

"People often choose glasses that made him look the most obvious, but actually it's more than they need. This focus will make damage worse," said Etting.

Glasses are used when viewing a computer screen, he added, also needs to be distinguished with reading glasses. If equal, they will add up quickly damage eyesight.

Some research also suggests ways to prevent vision problems at a young age. It turns out these methods also help to keep their eyes when it came to older age.

Two studies published in the journal of the American Academy of Ophthalmology said, spend more time outdoors can help prevent myopia or nearsightedness in children. Although it can be corrected with glasses or contact lenses, myopia can lead to glaucoma and retinal disorders later in life.