A few years ago, there came a short period when wearing glasses became the cool thing to do and all of us were getting them at 150 bucks from cheap markets. But wearing glasses isn't really a very healthy thing, you do it because your vision isn't powerful enough to make you see clearly. However, there are ways in which you can at least improve your vision or keep it in a good state and NOT become "Jassi from Jassi Jaisi Koi Nahi".
Not only eat but eat healthy. Food plays a very important role in our vision since the deficiency of certain nutrients can cause our vision to deter and lead to bad eyesight. Have foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids, zinc, vitamin C and E. Foods like green leafy vegetables, eggs, nuts, and fish are known to improve vision.
If you're in the overweight zone, the chances of you getting diabetes, high blood pressure and other diseases increases because of the increased inflammation. These are all factors that lead to bad eyesight so ensure that your weight is maintained.
Ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun are actually really harmful to our eyes. Direct exposure to it increases our risk of getting cataract and other diseases harmful to our eyes. A right pair of sunglasses should block almost all the harmful rays and protect your eyes. It's a one-time investment, so don't go for the cheap ones but choose the good ones.
Yes, you found another reason why you shouldn't smoke. The radicals generated increase your chances of getting cataract, macular degeneration and can also cause damage to your optic nerve. Try ways to stop smoking, consult professional help if the need be.
We often tend to work on the computer or scroll through our phones for hours and this makes our eyes so much more exposed to eye dangers. Eyestrain, blurry vision, dry eyes, headache, backache, and shoulder pain are some of the harms it can do. Blink more than you usually do if your eyes are getting dry, look away from the screen for a few seconds after short intervals and choose a comfortable sitting space, always.
Seeing a doctor frequestly will help you be updated with your eye condition and will enable you to take the necessary measures for it. There are some diseases which go undetected, regular visits and tests will also help figure that out.
Reading in dim light isn't directly harmful to your eyes but it will tire out your eyes more so put some light directly on the document which you're reading or don't read at all in dim light. Also, avoid reading in a moving vehicle as it causes strain too.
Signs that hint about your reducing visions or changes in eyesight isn't ones to be ignored. If you face a lot of trouble seeing in low light or face double vision or see hazy, get it checked and take the necessary steps.
Studies show that people who exercise regularly have a better vision and are at a lower risk of developing vision problems in the long run.
As much as 80 percent of the entire exposure to the harmful rays of the sun happens till the age of 18 only. Since kids spend more time outside playing, they are more likely to get affected so start making use of those sunscreens, sunglasses, and hats to protect them and their eyes.
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