Your eye prescription changes as you age. Typically, if you have healthy eyes and no vision problems, it’s recommended to have your eyes checked at age 40. And if you have an eye condition, it’s important to go to your optometrist on a regular basis for eye exams and eye prescription updates.
If you’re just getting your first pair of eyeglasses or are getting replacements with stronger prescription, you’re probably concerned about how long it will take for you to adjust. In today’s post, Eyes on Norbeck shares tips on how to adjust to your new eyeglasses.