Everything looks a bit blurry. You get headaches even when you wear your glasses. You last eye check was over a year ago. You have a niggling suspicion you need to visit your ophthalmologist. You are right! Whether you’re experiencing vision issues or simply want to check your prescription is up to date, you need to make an appointment with your eye doctor or optometrist who will look over your medical history, check your eye health and test for any underlying medical conditions. Now you’re wondering how can you get the best out of your eye exam? Here’s a checklist to keep in mind as you prepare for an eye examination.
Tips for an Accurate Eye Exam
For starters, try not straining your eyes the day before your eye exam. This will ensure they’re rested and will provide more reliable results for your eye doctor. It’s a good idea beforehand to make a few notes to check in with your doctor.