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5 ways to improve your vision

Vision is our most important feeling. There is nothing worse than watching the eyesight worsen over time. Whether you are in your 20s, 40s or 60s, having the right eyesight should be an asset. Over time, many people will begin to realize that their eyesight begins to weaken, and things that were previously clearly visible will become blurred. To improve your vision, you may need to prescribe corrective lenses or laser eye surgery. But thankfully, there are 5 steps you can take to help you improve your vision. Not only can visual quality be maintained, but eyesight can be actually improved. We hope to tell you how to improve your eyesight and how to treat your eyes properly through this blog. Here are 5 ways to improve vision.

1. Filter out blue light

Blue light is the most harmful form of visible light to the eyes, and it is everywhere. On sunny days, you can feel the blue light outdoors, in LED lights, and most importantly on the screen. In the short term, blue light can cause digital eye fatigue. Afterwards, you may feel tired eyes, blurred vision, headaches or difficulty concentrating.

Currently, most laptops and mobile phones have settings that help you filter blue light, and they usually give your laptop a warm yellow hue. But in fact, this is a symptom, not the root cause. Actually, you can choose ANRRI anti-blue glasses to overcome these blue lights. You can also add ANRRI Blue Light lenses to any ANRRI glasses.

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2. Eat for your eyes

Everyone knows that carrots are very rich in vitamin A, which is an essential nutrient for eyesight. However, vitamin A is not the only vitamin that can promote healthy eye function. Make sure to include foods rich in vitamin C, vitamin E, copper, and zinc in your diet. As you age, macular degeneration may become your biggest challenge. Antioxidants can help reduce macular degeneration. Therefore, eat more foods such as eggs, pumpkins, carrots, dark green leafy vegetables and sweet potatoes.

3. Do eye exercises

Although exercise is important to your overall health, eye exercises can actually maintain or improve your eye health over time. Here are 3 simple eye exercises you can do every day.

(1) Palms: Rub the palms until they become hot, then place them under the eyelids.
(2) Blink: blink 10-15 times quickly, then relax your eyes for 20 seconds. Repeat 4 times.
(3) 20-20-20: For every 20 minutes you spend on the computer, spend 20 seconds looking at an object over 20 feet.

Please note that eye exercises are only helpful in certain situations. Eye exercises cannot solve the problems of astigmatism, myopia, hyperopia, and glaucoma. However, over time, these exercises can relieve eye pressure and improve your overall eye health.

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4. Wear sunglasses to protect your eyes

When you are outdoors, sunglasses are very important to help prevent macular degeneration and astigmatism. Sunglasses also help prevent cataracts, because 20% of cataract cases are caused by prolonged UV exposure. The sunglasses recommended by the National Eye Institute can block 99-100% of UVA and UVB radiation. Fortunately, all ANRRI sunglasses have a 99.9%+ UV coating.

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5. Visit an ophthalmologist regularly

Although there are ways to alleviate the vision of the eyes, there is really no app that can completely protect them. Although various new mobile applications claim to be able to assess the fit of vision or glasses, these applications often provide inaccurate or misleading information, misleading consumers and ultimately delaying necessary vision-saving treatment. A comprehensive face-to-face eye examination is one of the most important preventive methods for accurately assessing eye health, diagnosing eye diseases, and determining whether corrective lenses are needed. In these cases, it is best to schedule an annual eye exam and visit an eye care professional. Your optometrist can recognize any changes in your eyes or vision and work with you to develop a plan to help prevent any potential problems. As you get older, checking your eyes regularly becomes more important because changes in your vision may occur at a faster rate.

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