Different peoples minds work in different ways. Open up to all the lines there’s one on line 2 and one on line 4.
We spend hours upon hours staring at our computer screens – and doing so undoubtedly has negative effects on our precious eyesight! But now there’s any easy way to challenge your eyes, and your mind, by trying this test!
The creators of this interesting eye test devised several versions to challenge different parts of your vision, as well as the way your brain relays messages to your eyes. You’re asked to search for a letter or number embedded in the text that looks strikingly similar to the main number or letter used! This makes it nearly impossible to spot the difference by simply glancing!
There are certain techniques that you can employ to pass these tests with flying colors! First, you can try scanning your eyes across the rows to notice any changes, or you can look at the end of each row to see if anything doesn’t line up! If those don’t work for you, try your own way and let others know how you passed in the Facebook comments section. We could all use a little visual boost!
At the start of the eye examination, your optometrist will ask why you are having your eyes examined, whether it is a routine check-up or if you have come for a specific reason.
If you are experiencing problems with your eyes or vision your optometrist will need to know what symptoms you have, how long you have had them and whether any changes have happened suddenly or slowly over a period of time.
Your optometrist will also need to know about your general health including any medication you are taking, whether you suffer from headaches, or have any close relatives with a history of eye problems.
You will be asked about your previous glasses or contact lenses. In addition your optometrist may ask about the kind of work you do and whether you play sports or have any hobbies.
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