EYEGLASSES ARE NOT SAFETY GLASSES
When you’re working with power tools, chemicals, or mowers, don’t kid yourself into believing that your ordinary glasses are all the protection your eyes need. They aren’t because:
1-they don’t shield a sufficiently large area; there’s lots of room for debris or splashing fluids to get around your glasses and into your eyes
2-ordinary glasses might put you at even greater risk of injury if fragments from broken lenses fly into your eyes
William Blake called the eyes as the “windows of the soul.” Practically speaking, our eyes are the windows through which we view the world around us.
Given the important function our eyes perform for us, it would seem to follow that we’d give them the best care possible, but sometimes we get too busy or we forget to do a few simple things that can keep our eyes healthy.
Protecting Your Eye
The first part of taking care of your eyes is to make sure they do not get injured in the first place. First, we will show you how proper nourishment will keep your eyes strong and healthy. Remember when you were a kid and your mom told you that carrots would improve your eyesight? Well, she might be right. Next, we tell you how to keep eye hurts whether you’re playing sports or doing household chores. We will also tell you when to wear safety glasses and what kinds will work best for you.
Preventing Eye Problems
Your daily habits could be badly injuring your eyes. Without you knowing or feeling it, your eyes could be slowly degenerating from mistreat. First, we will tell you about ultraviolet light, the damage it can cause, and why you need the UV protection from your sunglasses. We will also tell you about eyestrain and whether or not it’s true that sitting too close to the TV will damage your eyesight. We will also give you special eye care tips for diabetics and tell you why you should be persevering about your eye doctor appointees.
Congenital Eye Disorders
In a certain sense, some people are just born with defective eyes. Like other congenital disorders, there are many eye problems that are encoded into the individual’s genetics. There disorders can include fairly simple problems like near eyesight or they can be draining problems like glaucoma. In this section, we will tell you the symptoms of these disorders and the available treatments. We will also let you know what over-the-counter help you can get for failing imagination.
Temporary Eye Conditions
Even with the best care, eye problems will eventually pop. Whether it is just a bothersome infection, or softness caused by over use, there are many temporary eye conditions that can be quite dreadful. In this section, we will cover all the major eye problems like pinkeye, dry eyes, red eyes, and sties. We will also let you know about the danger of babies and conjunctivitis and give a guide for how and when to buy eye drops.
This information is only for informational purposes. IT IS NOT INTENDED TO PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE. Neither the Editors of Consumer Guide (R), Publications International, Ltd., the author nor publisher take responsibility for any possible consequences from any treatment, procedure, exercise, dietary modification, action or application of medication which results from reading or following the information contained in this information.