6 Tips To Keep Your Eyes Healthy

We should not regard our eyes as Muslims in our bodies and we do not care to preserve them and their salvation. We offer six tips to keep your eyes safe.

1. Eat foods that help keep the eyes

Protect your eyes and keep away from the food you eat. Foods such as omega-3, leutin, zinec and CIO help prevent age-related vision problems such as macular degeneration and cataract disease.

Several studies have shown that eating these foods can help maintain eye health:

Green leafy vegetables such as spinach, cabbage and cabbage.

Salmon, tuna and other oily fish.

  • Eggs, beans, peas and other non-meat protein sources.
  • Orange and orange juice or other acids.

Eating healthy and balanced helps you maintain a healthy and healthy weight that prevents obesity-related diseases such as type 2 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is the leading cause of blindness in adults.

2. Stop smoking

Smoking increases the risk of water, optic nerve damage, and macular degeneration.

3. Wear sunglasses

Choosing the right sunglasses will help protect your eyes from ultraviolet light because exposure to them increases the risk of macular degeneration and water. Choose sunglasses of the type that block the type A and B ultraviolet rays of 99-100%. Glasses that cover the side of the eye are also preferred. Polarizing sunglasses reduce flickering while driving. Some medical contact lenses provide ultraviolet protection from A and B but wearing sunglasses has additional protection.

4. Use eye protection

If you are dealing with hazardous substances or contaminants in your workplace or wearing eye protection at home during the exposure period. Some sports, such as hockey, can cause eye injuries, so you should wear protective goggles (such as a mask attached to a face mask or sports protective goggles attached to a special lens) to protect your eyes.

Keep the eyes away from the computer screen

Older views on a computer screen can lead to:

  • Eye pressure
  • Blurred vision
  • Difficulty the ability to focus remotely
  • Dry eyes
  • Headache
  • Pain in the neck, back and shoulders

Follow these steps to protect your eyes

  • Make sure your medical contact lenses or medical goggles are supported and suitable for computer use.
  • Some people need glasses to help contrast, glare and eye strain while using the computer.
  • Your computer must be in a position so that your eye level is aligned with the top of the screen so you look down to see the screen.
  • Try to avoid glare on your screen due to windows and lighting. Use anti-glare screen if needed.
  • Use a comfortable chair with a backrest so your feet flat on the floor.
  • If you are dehydrated in your eyes, do the following several times.
  • Rest your eyes every 20 minutes by looking 20 feet for 20 seconds. Rest for 15 minutes at least every two hours.

6. Regular visits to the eye doctor

Everyone, including small children, should visit the ophthalmologist periodically to check to help protect the eyes. Eye examination can also detect eye diseases such as blue, which show no symptoms. It is important to detect eye disease early on. The faster the detection, the easier and more successful the treatment.

Eye screening usually includes:

Tell your doctor about your family history and your illness.

  • Eye examination Doctor's suspicions or your previous diagnosis have been diagnosed with farsightedness, myopia, astigmatism (visual asymmetry around the optical axis) or myopia.
  • Testing to check eye efficiency while viewing together.
  • Examination of eye pressure and examination of the optic nerve to diagnose blueness.
  • Microscopic examination and external examination of the eyes before and after counseling.

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