Loss of Vision Home Care
Home care for a vision change may include:
- Take frequent breaks from reading.
- Use artificial tears for dry eyes.
- Provide plenty of light for reading.
- Use reading glasses.
- Avoid exposure to dust.
- Avoid rubbing your eyes.
- Avoid non-prescription eye drops:
- Wear sunglasses that block ultraviolet light.
- Follow your doctor's instructions if you use contact lenses.
- Get regular eye examinations after age 40.
- Take prescribed medications as directed:
Loss of Vision Warning Signs
Notify your doctor if you have vision change and any of the following:
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