Tips for Healthy Eyes

1. Have your eyes tested regularly. D & A eye exams are very comprehensive and can pick up eye diseases and other Eyes health problems.

2. Eat lots of fruits and vegetables. Kiwi, broccoli, spinach, corn, orange and yellow peppers, oranges and mangoes are good sources of substances, lutein and zeaxanthin, which may help protect against certain eye disorders. If your lifestyle means that your diet is not always as healthy as you want, ask about supplements eyes next time you’re in D & A.

3. Protect your eyes from the sun. Overexposure to ultraviolet (UV) can cause a number of problems, including cataracts and macular degeneration. In good weather, always wear sunglasses or tinted lenses that are marked UV400.

4. Quit. Smokers are three times more likely to develop cataracts than non-smokers – another good reason to quit for Tips for Healthy Eyes.

5. Take frequent short breaks from the computer to avoid eyestrain. Even if you do not get up, “breaking the eyes” one – outside of the screen and focus on objects at different distances for help.

6. If you play lots of sports, get sports goggles to protect eyes. This is particularly important if you are interested in racquet sports, squash is the leading cause of serious eye damage. You can find a wide range of sports clothing to prescription Q & A.

7. Eye injuries caused by caused by you at home are common. Always wear safety glasses that are marked NF EN 166 safety to prevent injuries caused by splinters of wood or metal fragments. If your job requires you to wear eye protection (your employer must provide), never without it. D & A, our system of care to enable employees to meet their health and safety obligations.

8. If you get dust and sand in the eye do not rub. Pull down the lower lid on theupper eyelid, and blink often to help reduce the eyelashes and tears to wipe and wash away the foreign body. If you have problems, visit your local D & help Ophthalmologist.

9. If you wear contact lenses, followed by periodic evaluations are essential to ensure your lenses are comfortable and healthy eyes. D & A, contact lenses by mail includes unlimited control.

10. If you notice changes in vision, pain in or around the eyes or if you keep getting headaches, an appointment with an optometrist at D & A.