Starting at age 40, many people begin having vision problems which might include dry eyes, difficulty reading print, or an inability to focus on objects that are close up, and can leave people feeling tired and with headaches by the end of the day.
Here’s a look from the Wall Street Journal on the latest expert thinking on nutrition and vitamin supplements to improve the odds. Read below to learn what to do at what age for your eyes. Regular eye exams, frequent exercise, plenty of rest and the all so necessary sunglasses to protect from the sun’s harmful rays. Learn more in the article below: