Easy and Practical Tips to Maintain Eye Health

Protect your vision and eye health is one of the most important things that should not be missed to maintain overall health. Although not all eye diseases can be prevented, there are some easy steps to safeguard eye health as well as reduce the chance of vision loss in the future.


Tips for maintaining healthy eyes you can do include:

1. Rest your Eyes mu

If your eyes get tired after working and looking at the computer screen continuously, rest your eyes away from your eyes from a computer monitor. If the eyes are often tired and you feel abnormal, it could be a sign of some eye conditions, such as dry eyes, presbyopia, or glasses with an improper lens. Consult your eye problems to an ophthalmologist.

2. Clean the contact lens

Clean the lens contacts are very important. May you never forget to take off and then fell asleep and still use contact lenses, or use liquid cleaners contact lenses expire, and use disposable contact lenses more than once. All this can lead to corneal ulcers or sores on the cornea of the eye, even to loss of vision.

3. Check with the Ophthalmologist

Please check your eyes for at least one time in two years. Everyone needs regular eye examination, even young children though. This helps protect eyesight mu and allows you see the better.

Examination of the eyes can also give you information about diseases, such as glaucoma, eye diseases that do not have any symptoms. Examination of the eyes is very important to know the eye disease which maybe you suffered while still treatable before it's all too late.

4. Eat healthy foods

Good eye health starts with healthy food intake. Nutrients such as omega-3s, zinc, vitamin C and E may help prevent vision problems. Research proves that people with levels of vitamins C and E, zinc, zeaxanthin, fatty acids, omega 3, DHA and EPA tend to have healthier eyes.

A number of studies have also shown that antioxidants may reduce the risk of cataracts. These antioxidants derived from green fruits and vegetables consumption. The myth that eating carrots improves eyesight is right, but also the wide variety of vegetables, especially green vegetables should also be an important part of maintaining the health of the eyes.

5. Avoid Smoking

Smoking has many side effects. Not only has an effect on eye health, but also throughout the body. Active smokers are at greater risk of developing cataracts, uveitis and other eye problems.

If you have never smoked, don't start. If you are used to smoking, try to avoid slowly and eventually you will stop. Consult your doctor if you really want to quit smoking.

When leaving the house during the day, use black glasses to protect the eyes from harmful ultraviolet rays. This can help reduce the risk of cataracts, pinguecula to other eye problems.

Use sunglasses that protect 99% to 100% of UVA and UVB rays. Sunglasses also protect the skin of the eyelids to prevent wrinkles around the eyes to the risks of skin cancer.

6. Check blood pressure

High blood pressure increases the risk of stroke. A stroke occurs when the blood vessels in the brain to bleed or clogged. This can affect the vision of yours if it happens in a part of the brain that used to see. It can also cause blind spots in thy sight that makes thy will have trouble reading and can no longer drive.

If the blood vessels in the back of the bloody eyes or congestion, it can affect the vision of yours in a serious and in some cases lead to total loss of vision in the eye.

Have high blood pressure also increases the risk of developing glaucoma. Glaucoma is when the pressure inside the eyes of damaging the optic nerve at the back of the eye.

Problems can occur if you do not take care and maintain eye health, from small things to very severe diseases such as eye cancer are all a risk if you are negligent in maintaining eye health. Come on; start looking after eye health from now on.
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