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Ways to protect your eyesight
There are many sources of information available on the net.
This one should help you. http://drbenkim.com/articles-protect-eyes.htmlRest your eyes whenever you can.
Closing your eyes for a few minutes every hour can dramatically reduce eye strain, tension headaches, and even fatigue.Use a flat panel monitor.
If you use a computer on a regular basis, consider getting an LCD (liquid crystal display) monitor. LCD monitors flicker far less often, causing less strain to your eyes.Eat berries, cherries, and pomegranates.
Blueberries, bilberries, cherries, and pomegranates contain powerful antioxidants that can help to prevent macular degeneration. Berries and cherries can help to strengthen the small blood vessels that supply your eyes and brain tissue with oxygen and nutrients.Include DHA in your diet every day.
DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) is a fatty acid that is found in the retina of your eyes. It can actually help to reverse some of the degenerative changes that occur with macular degeneration. The most reliable and healthy source of DHA is cod liver oil.Eat foods that are high in lutein.
Lutein is an antioxidant that can help to prevent free radical damage that can contribute to problems with your lenses, retinae, optic nerves, optic tracts and an area in the back of your brain that registers everything that you see. Lutein-rich foods include:spinach, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, corn, avocado, and organic egg yolks. It is best to eat your greens with foods that are rich in healthy fats like avocado, olives, raw nuts, olive oil, coconut oil.Stay away from unhealthy fats and oils.
Unhealthy fats and oils are those that include trans fatty acids, which can cause direct damage to the blood vessels that supply your eyes and brain. Stay away from all brands of margarine and spreads made from vegetable oils, commercially baked goods like donuts, pastries, and cookies, and fried foods like French fries, tempura, fried fish, and fried chicken.
- 8 年前
1Wear Sun Protection "A lot of people come to the ER with burned corneas each summer," Richard O'Brien, M.D., an emergency physician with the Moses Taylor Hospital in Scranton, Pa., tells WebMD."We have a lot of NASCAR up here. You'd be amazed how many people go to that, a concert, or other all-day event without wearing a visor cap and sunglasses. They even lie on their shiny RVs — that is like being in a tanning booth. "They are fine at first, then go home, go to sleep, and wake up in an hour in excruciating pain."The sun, of course, shoots out rays of different lengths. The most damaging are the ultraviolet rays, which are classified as UVA and UVB.protect against UVB. If they also protect against UVA, it should say so on them."Sunglasses may be one thing you don't want to get at the Dollar Store, O'Brien observes. They should be close to the face or wraparound. Some people like dark tints, but the UV-blocking coating is the same on any color. Polarized lenses may be more comfortable for workers outside because they block glare. .
2. Wear Serious Eye Protection While Doing Home Projects How often do you see Dad weed-whacking or mowing and little Junior playing nearby? Both should be wearing eye protection. "Dad is behind the mower and high up," explains Bensinger. "A flying rock could hit him but more likely will go sideways and hit someone lower to the ground nearby."By eye protection, this does not mean reading glasses or sunglasses, O'Brien emphasizes. "This means professional quality goggles from a home supply store. I have seen corneal lacerations come into the ER from yard work. We're talking surgery to fix these.""Chopping wood, hammering nails, sawdust, anything that can fly around," Bensinger advises people to "wear protection." What if you do take a hit in the eye? "The first determinant is vision, pain is secondary," Bensinger says. "If your vision is not affected, put some ice on it