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It should go without saying just how important sight is to everyday life. That's why it's imperative that you're aware of your child's eye health, so you can notice and address any problems they could have. To help you in this respect, the following post will help you determine if your child needs corrective eyeglasses. Keep in mind that this is just a general guide, and that you should visit a professional ophthalmologist to examine your child's eyesight and provide a solution in case one is needed.

How to Tell if Your Child Needs Glasses

  1. One of the first signs that your child could have an eye ailment is if they squint constantly. This is a common telltale sign, since it can help the eyes focus and make up for the issue with them.
  2. Are your child's eyes red, watery, itchy, and all around sensitive? If they are, this could also be a sign that they need corrective glasses. Sensitive eyes can be a consequence of them having to overcompensate for their deficiency.
  3. Speaking of consequences, frequent headaches can also be a symptom of poor sight. Having to focus their eyes to make up what's in front of them can have a negative effect in the form of a sharp headache.
  4. Lastly, you should take note of how your child behaves. If they sit too close to the TV, hold books too close to their face, or have to cover one of their eyes to see better, then you should take them to get their eyes checked.

Help your child become a better learner with tutoring in Bear DE. Call The Tutoring Center, Bear DE at 302-419-4824 for more information on their programs, or to request a free consultation.


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