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Eco-Clear
Bio-based Earth Friendly manufacturing in stunning styles
 
Flex-Readers
Superior comfort, highly flexible fashion-forward plastic frames
 
Hydro-Tac Stick-On Lenses
Turn any glasses into
magnifying glasses
 
Fashion Readers
Great styles and colors with leather stitched templates
3 Pair Valu-Pacs
For Home Work Play starting at just $12.50
 
Eye Care
4 Steps to Selecting Reading Glasses
1. Determine your Diopter. Diopters begin at +1.00 magnification and continue up to +4.00.  Ask your eye doctor to help you determine your diopter.
2. Choose a style. There are many types of frames available, from full-frame lenses to half-frame, rimless and eco-friendly frames. What style do you like? Browse our selection of reading glasses for the different styles of frames or try some at a local store.
3. Check the lenses for any bubbles, scratches or other defects. Make sure they are flawless. (When you buy at OPTX2020.com you know they will be because of our rigorous quality-controlled manufacturing process.)
4. Stash a back-up pair or two. Keep a pair in the car, one in your purse or desk drawer, and a back-up pair anywhere else you may need a pair, like your fishing tackle box or sewing basket. The 3-Pair ValuPacs at OPTX 20/20 are a great way to ensure you always have a pair on hand!
Keeping Your Eyes Healthy

Regular Eye Exams
After age 40, everyone should have an eye exam. An eye test is the only method of discovering some eye diseases, and may reveal underlying health issues such as diabetes, high blood pressure stroke, brain tumor, or other disorders.

For many people, eye exams should be scheduled every two years even if reading glasses seem to be addressing vision problems. Some eye diseases, such as glaucoma, have no warning symptoms but can be treated if caught early. Generally speaking, the eye exam guidelines for adults are every 2-5 years for ages 18-40, and yearly for adults over the age of 50 and people with diabetes.

Foods for Eye Health
Research suggests that foods with antioxidants such as omega-3 fatty acids; vitamins C, E, and beta-carotene; as well as zinc, lutein, and zeaxanthin may reduce the risk of age-related macular degeneration (presbyopia). Taking a daily multi-vitamin and eating foods like carrots, spinach, nuts, oranges, beef, fish, whole grains will help maintain good eye health.

Enjoy Life’s Little Details
The right pair of reading glasses can change your life for the better. With better sight, you can be more productive at work, better enjoy your hobbies, and see the details you were missing. Stop straining and Enjoy Life’s Little Details™ with OPTX 20/20!

 
Eye Care Quicklinks
The best source of information on proper eye care is an eye care professional, like an ophthalmologist. But here are some great online resources for the latest news and tips on taking better care of your sight.
www.eyecareamerica.org
EyeCare America is the online outpost for the Foundation of the American Academy of Ophthalmology.
www.webmd.com/eye-health
Extensive database of eye health info from WebMD.
www.allaboutvision.com
Learn about eye diseases, including forms of macular degeneration, causes of glaucoma & cataracts.
www.nei.nih.gov
A wealth of information from the National Eye Institute.
www.facebook.com/OPTX2020
We discuss a wide variety of health & wellness topics in our community on Facebook.
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