January 15, 2020
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Are you at a higher risk of developing glaucoma? A comprehensive eye exam with an optometrist can detect glaucoma and prevent vision loss. #GlaucomaAwarenessMonth http://ow.ly/o1Xe30hVuH0

What is usually the first sign of glaucoma?
Loss of peripheral or side vision: This is usually the first sign of glaucoma. Seeing halos around lights: If you see rainbow-colored circles around lights or are unusually sensitive to light, it could be a sign of glaucoma. Vision loss: Especially if it happens suddenly.

Here is what Halos look like:




Source: Illinois Optometric Association

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