Tips for maintaining good Eyesight

                                  Tips for maintaining good Eyesight


Protect your eyes from the sun. If you are constantly exposed to the sun's rays, also known as ultraviolet rays, your eyes can damage. Excessive sun exposure causes greater pigmentation of the eyes, which can cause discoloration called solar or brown cataracts. Eye diseases such as macular degeneration are also associated with UV rays. A healthy practice would be to buy a good sun lens that provides good UV protection.

 Use proper lighting when working.

Make sure your light is not too bright or too weak when working. Incandescent lamps and low-intensity fluorescent lamps are ideal lighting conditions for your workspace. Also adjust the brightness, text size and contrast of your computer to fit your vision and make you feel good.

 Stop smoking

Studies show that only 15% of smokers are worried about the effects of smoking on eye health. However, smoking can have serious consequences. Studies have shown that there is a strong link between smoking and the development of AMD and cataracts. In fact, smokers develop AMD four times more often, and smoking even affects the effectiveness of AMD treatment. In addition, the risk of developing a cataract in a smoker is associated with the amount of cigarettes smoked.


Carrots are popular for their sight enhancement abilities. These vegetables are sources of dense nutrients and can be eaten raw or in the form of juice for wonderful health benefits. The addition of carrot juice with spinach and beet juice provides a blend of vitamin and mineral rich vegetable juice and excellent for improving vision and overall health. Tomatoes, cauliflower, etc. are also beneficial for improving eyesight. These are very useful tips for healthy eyes and to keep a good view.

 Maintain a proper weight

Obesity or obesity increases the risk of diabetes and other systemic diseases that can lead to vision loss, for example: If you have difficulty maintaining a healthy weight, talk to your doctor.

Drink enough Water

The average human body is contains about 60% water. If your eyes are dry and scrambled, increase your water intake. The more water is absorbed, the less the eyes are tired. In addition to water, you should also try to eat more fruits and vegetables with high water content.

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