What negatively affects your vision

The eye is one of the most important sensory organs and thanks to it, we discover the world around us. Often we do not realize how many factors can affect negatively our vision. KWIAT will tell you about some of these factors and how to avoid them …

The human eye is one of the most important sensory organs and thanks to it, we discover the world around us. Light passes through the cornea, the pupil, anterior camber, the vitreous an The eye is one of the most important sensory organs and thanks to it, we discover the world around us. Light passes through the cornea, the pupil, anterior camber, the vitreous and reaches the retina. The lens turns and reduces the image. Then the brain turns back and restores the proportions of the image. That's why it is so important to have regular eye tests. In addition, we also have to take care of our vision.d reaches the retina. The lens turns and reduces the image. Then the brain turns back and restores the proportions of the image. That's why it is so important to have regular eye tests. In addition, we also have to take care of our vision.Often we do not realize how many factors can affect negatively our vision. Some of these factors are very dangerous, others not so much. Here are some of them:
• Excessive use of the computer or TV – do not forget to take short breaks while watching TV or using a computer. It is recommended that each hour to separate the eyes from the screen for a few minutes;
• Watching the monitor at close range – the distance between your eyes and the screen should be at least 60 cm. The monitor should be at eye level or lower;
• Mismatched glasses or contact lenses – the choice of lenses and glasses should be carefully consulted with a specialist optician;
• Malnutrition – your vision is influenced well from vitamins A, B, B2, B6, C, D;
• Insufficient disinfection of contact lenses – do not forget to clean your contact lenses every day with designated for that purpose solution;
• Smoking and alcohol abuse also harms your vision;
• Negligence when visiting an ophthalmologist – for everyone, whether or not a prescription, the review must be at least once a year;
• Direct effects of UV radiation on the eyes – we strongly recommend the use of quality sunglasses;
• Inadequate lighting in the room – too dark or too bright;
• Eye injuries;
• Some diseases – such as glaucoma, cataracts;
• Long and often stay in air-conditioned rooms – causes dry eyes, so-called "office dry eye syndrome";
• Chlorine – often the cause of conjunctivitis;
•Congenital abnormalities of the eyeball;
•Reading from close range a text in small letters, read lying down or reading in a vehicle – it can cause redness, image blurring, sensitivity to light, tearing, etc.
We from KWIAT advise you – do not ignore even the smallest symptom, because the eye physiologically ages during the years and it is quite normal for all people to weaken eyesight. Despite your vigorous life, find time to visit an eye doctor to check your eyes. This is very important because early detection of a disease or an infection allows for more effective treatment. It is also important to practice sports, to have a healthy lifestyle and good nutrition! Please, share this with others.