Prioritizing Women’s Vision:

Key Concerns and Care Tips

Welcome to Women’s Eye Health & Safety Month!

Amid our busy lives, safeguarding eye health often takes a backseat. However, for women, certain vision issues deserve special attention due to their higher prevalence.

Unique Vision Concerns for Women:

Women face specific eye health challenges, including:

  • Dry Eye Syndrome: More prevalent in women due to hormonal changes.

  • Glaucoma: Women are at a higher risk, particularly after age 60.
  • Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD): A leading cause of vision loss, affecting women more than men.

Take a deep dive into your health !

Tips for Maintaining Women’s Eye Health:

  • Regular Eye Exams: Schedule annual check-ups to catch issues early.
  • Protective Eyewear: Shield your eyes during activities or chores to prevent injury.
  • Healthy Habits: Eat a balanced diet, hydrate well, and avoid smoking.
  • Screen Time Breaks: Follow the 20-20-20 rule to reduce digital eye strain.
  • Awareness: Educate yourself and others about women’s eye health risks.

Empowerment Through Awareness:

By staying informed and proactive, women can safeguard their vision and enjoy a clearer, brighter future.

Find the health care experience you deserve.