The sandwich group will begin finding they are having trouble with vision. It is a good idea to make a yearly appointment to check eyes. Try to schedule this visit several months before or after your appointment with your health care provider.
An eye visit will evaluate the adult’s eyes. The need for glasses to see far away, close up, or both will be conducted. The provider will also be able to detect various health conditions such as hypertension and diabetes. This may come as news to the adult if they do not know. A follow up with the health provider would be recommended.
Often adults will need to get vision corrected. Correction may include glasses, readers, laser or cataract surgery. Surgeries may involve a pre-surgical physical for surgery clearance. This simply means that the adult is fit to undergo surgery and make the surgeon alert to any allergies or illness before the surgery is done.
Sudden changes in vision may reflect changes in blood sugar or blood pressures. Surgery changes will take days or weeks to recover from with follow up to the eye and health care providers.
About the Author: Lisa Goins PhD, APRN, FNP-BC, RMT is the CEO of Couture Health Care
Dr. Goins’ health articles are feature a mix of holistic health, wealth, and spiritual news, reviews, and information for health professionals and the public. Dr. Goins is the author of the newly released book CEO Business Objectives: Health, Wealth, and Success available for purchase on Amazon in the USA. Dr. Goins sees clients in Ohio, USA and can be found on Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Youtube Channel
Mission Statement: "Couturing individual patient's/client's