8 Signs You Might Need an Eye Exam Immediately

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7. Frequent headaches

There are several eye problems that could trigger your headaches, because vision is integrally linked to your nervous system. Maybe you have eye strain or need a new glasses prescription—or maybe it’s something more serious, like eye alignment.

“If someone has been getting some headaches, an ophthalmologist is absolutely a great first step in trying to figure out what’s causing it,” says Dr. Andreoli. Talk to your eye doctor about your symptoms, especially if your headaches don’t go away.

Takeaway: Your frequent headaches could be due to a serious eye problem.

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