Human eye is an amazing organ that most of us rely on every waking moment of the day.
You have only a pair of eyes, so take care of your eyes. It is always a good idea to consult with your eye doctor to discuss your options.
A few facts and tips to help inspire you to keep your eyes healthy.
THE HUMAN EYE IS COMPOSED OF MORE THAN 2 MILLION Working parts.
Start with a diet of... Oily fish, Broccoli, Eggs, Fruit, Greens
Studies show that what we eat can affect our vision…
Anti-oxidant found in many fruits can help to prevent retinal damage…
One anti-oxidant which is hugely beneficial is lutein, Which can be found in Spinach, Leeks, Kale and Cress.
With a healthy pair of eyes you can… see candle light at a distance of 14 miles
What can damage your eyes?
- Alcohol – Excessive alcohol consumption can lead to serious health conditions which can have a detrimental effect on your eyes.
- Smoking – After ageing, smoking is the biggest risk factor for developing macular degeneration. Smoking also increases your risk of developing cataracts.
- The Sun – Protecting your eyes from the sun is very important and should not be underestimated. Under no circumstances should you ever look at the sun directly. Your sunglasses should have the CE mark on them which ensures that they are giving you the right level of ultraviolet protection
- Laziness – Lack of exercise contributes significantly to several eye conditions. Exercise may reduce the risk of sight loss from narrowing or hardening of the arteries, high blood pressure and diabetes.
Your Eyes can detect ten million different colours, & distinguish between 500 shades of grey.
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Your eyes are amazing you should look after them.
THEY ARE THE ONLY PAIR YOU HAVE!
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