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Posted on 10-09-2015
If you are traveling for necessity or fun, it is important to take along extra eyeglasses and contact lenses so you do not become stranded without your vision. Additionally, with a copy of an updated prescription with your doctor’s contact information you will be prepared in the event that you lose or damage your eyewear.
Anytime you travel, it is important to think ahead about how you will transport your corrective eyeglasses and contact lenses. Any trip can quickly turn into a disaster whenever your eyewear has become broken or lost. Nothing could be more disconcerting than having to navigate your way in an unknown city, a crowded airport or unfamiliar territory. Instead of putting yourself in a position where you cannot see anything in front of your face, these few tips can assure you that your trip will be comfortable, enjoyable, and viewable.
Bring your doctor’s contact information along with you. Any type of eye inflammation or infection you experience on your travels might require additional medication that you can pick up at a pharmacy while out of town.
Finally, it is important to always have the latest contact lens and eyeglass prescription with you. This will allow you to purchase any additional lenses or eyeglasses as needed, in your travels.
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