Follow the cure and save your eyes

Follow the cure and save your eyes

Quick Smoking or never start
Smoking is as bad for our eyes as for the rest of your body. Different research have linked smoking to an increased risk of developing age related macular deterioration,and optic nerve injury, all of which can lead to sightlessness.
Be cool and wear your shades
Sunglasses are a great accessory but their most important job is to protect eyes from sun’s ultraviolet rays. 
Give your eyes a rest
If you have a very heavy job of eyes like if you are a 8 hours computer user or spend most of your time at computer so you have to give yours eyes some rest and the rule of 20 20 can help you to reduce eye strain. 
Clean your hands and contact lenses
Always wash your hands before using Lenses this can avoid the risk of infection. Always sterilize the lenses before use as well. 
Practice workplace eye safety
If you are in a job where you have a use of your eyes work mostly then you have to use eye protector during your eye job. Keep yourself save with this protector and make it hobby.
What to do if you injure your eyes
Don’t think that you can’t face anything bad. If unfortunately you have faced any accident in eyes, don’t judge the severity yourself. Take the instant medical attention and save your eyes. 
Cause of serious eye injury
•    a serious Eye Pain 
•    Projection of eye 
•    when you face Vision Problem
•    when you have a Cut 
•    When you Eye not moving well
•    When you feel or have the Unusual pupil shape or size
•    When you have Blood in the white portion of eye
•    When your eyelid is not easily moved.

 

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