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Learn about eye tests. What they entail, when you should have them and why they are essential for your eye health and general wellbeing.

Understand how your family’s medical history could affect your own eye health and risk of future sight loss. Conditions such as myopia (short-sightedness) and glaucoma have strong genetic links.

Be aware of red flag symptom associated with sight-threatening eye conditions. Conditions like retinal detachment need urgent, often same-day, treatment to prevent or arrest vision impairment.

Appreciate how your lifestyle could be putting you at risk of future sight loss. Consider your diet, exercise regime, smoking status, drinking habits and the amount of time spent outdoors. These can all impact your vision and eye health.

Be screen smart. Prevent screen fatigue by following the 20-20-20 rule [look up from your screen every 20 minutes and focus on an object 20 feet away for 20 seconds].