From Cradle to Cataracts: Healthy Eye Care for the Whole Family [Infographic]

By Guest

When we are born, most of us are fortunate enough to be gifted with healthy eyes and good vision, but each and every one of these newborns, regardless of their health, only have about 70% of their sight and can’t focus on objects more than ten inches from their face. This is an important developmental time and we need to use this time very carefully. There are a number of conditions that can occur during early development that can be halted with proper education and preparedness.

Natural Progression

As we age, our development depends on many different factors, a healthy diet, exercise, exposure to the outdoors and many other factors that will ensure we’ll grow up to be happy, healthy adults. When it comes to our vital vision, all of these play an important role in reaching maturity.

Read more: 7 Super Foods For Eye Health!

Following a Plan

As the infographic below shows, following a well laid out plan will help to ensure that our children will see things in a clear and specific light and have a lifetime of healthy, accurate vision. 

Infographic provided by Brilliance.com

By Guest| April 19, 2016
Categories:  Care

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