How to protect your Vision

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How to protect your Vision

Preventive care can help us keep our eyes healthy and avoid common causes of blindness. If we have never had a problem, we probably don’t give much thought or stress to our eyes. Some small preventive measures like eating green vegetables and wearing sunglasses can help protect our eyesight and avoid vision problems later in life. Below are 10 tips that protect your vision.

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Wear Sunglasses

sunglasses helps in blocking the UV rays. The harmful  Ultra-Violet (UV) rays that come directly from the sun. They prevent retinal damage. They also protect the delicate eyelid skin to prevent both skin cancer and wrinkles around the eye. Make sure your sunglasses protect 100% UV-A rays and UV-B rays.

Sunglass

Eat Right

The deficiency of vitamins can cause a serious retina problem. Eating carrots can improve the vision. However,  a variety of vegetables, especially green ones, should be an important part of our diet.

Eat Right

Don’t Smoke

Smoking is very dangerous for the eyes and the health. Tobacco smoking is directly linked to many negative effects, like Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD). Hence, one must avoid smoking.

 Don't Smoke

Eye Protection

Each year about 2.5 million eye injuries occur in the U.S. So, it is nagging to wear proper eye protection so that eye injuries can be prevented during sports like baseball and hockey and home projects such as gardening, home repairs and cleaning.

Lab Test

Early Intervention

Some of the genuine conditions like AMD and glaucoma can be more easily and successfully treated if diagnosed and treated early. Left underdone, these diseases can cause serious vision loss and blindness.

Eye Intervantion

Know your Eye-Care provider

When we go to the eye- specialist for the check, there are a variety of eye care providers we see. Opticians and ophthalmologists play a great role in providing eye care services. Though, each has a different level of training and expertise. Furthermore, make sure that we are seeing the right provider for our treatment or condition.

Eye Care provider

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