Know why ‘World Sight Day’ is celebrated and its history

World Sight Day

New Delhi: Every year on the second Thursday of October, World Sight Day is celebrated all over the world. This year on 14 October i.e. on this day, this day is being celebrated all over the world. There is a special significance in celebrating this day. Let us tell you today important information related to this day…

The objective of World Sight Day
One of the main purposes of celebrating this World Sight Day is. The purpose of this day is blurred vision (poor vision); It is celebrated to create awareness about blindness as well as vision-related problems. The central point of this day is observed for the prevention of blindness.

History of World Sight Day
The day was marked by the Lions Club International Foundation in the year 2000 by the World Health Organization in collaboration with the International Agency for the Prevention of Immorality. Some of the diseases that draw attention to International Vision Day are trachoma, low vision, cataract, glaucoma, refractive error, and diabetic retinopathy.

World Sight Day

This day is celebrated all over the world to bring awareness about this type of disease. This day has been started to understand the importance of supporting those who cannot see properly. The focus of this day is particularly focused on what can be done to help people in such situations.

An eye examination is necessary
Let us tell you that if you are under 40 years old, you do not have glasses, there is no problem. Still, you should get an eye checkup done once in 2 years. Just like you do your health checkup, you should keep getting the eye checkup done. This is very important for all of us. If your age is more than 40 years then it is very important to get your eyes checked once a year. It is very important to have good eyes along with a healthy body.