The nerve endings in the eyes are the most sensitive parts of the human body. They do not regenerate as readily as most other parts of the body, nor are they as resilient to the hazards of the “up close” world we live in. We strain to see televisions and computer screens, read books and newspapers and check our watches for the time. We spend much of our time straining to see things at a short distance.
The repeated stress on our eyes adds up with time, making us more susceptible to eye diseases than most of the world. Simply put, we need to take care of our eyes. With persistence, many small steps toward prevention can add up with time.
Lee Eyecare Center Treats the Following Vision Conditions and Eye Diseases: