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Help keep your eyes healthy by wearing good quality sunglasses. They are able to keep Vista Clear

 ultraviolet light away from your eyes. Pick up a pair of sunglasses that offer at least 99 percent protection from UVA and UVB rays. If you drive constantly, try getting polarized lenses. They can minimize glare. Even if your contacts offer UV protection, sunglasses are still recommended.

Take a look at the air conditioning and heating used in your home. This is a major cause of dry eyes. Rather than avoiding the heat, a good humidifier can help provide enough moisture in the air. This will help to prevent your eyes from becoming dry and irritated.

When doing any type of work, avoid injuring your eyes by always wearing protective glasses. This is especially important if you job entails handling airborne or hazardous materials. You should also wear protective eye wear when playing sports since certain sports such as racquetball, lacrosse or hockey can cause eye injuries.

Scheduling regular eye appointments is the best way to ensure good eye health and to catch any problems early. As you age the need for regular eye check-up becomes even more important and should be more frequent. Glaucoma and cataracts are just two of many common eye problems in older people. Seeing a regular eye care professional will help catch any problems while they are in their early stages.

Rest your eyes. If you spend long periods of time looking at your computer or focusing on one thing, it can be easy to forget to blink. This causes your eyes to fatigue. Reduce eye strain by looking away every 20 minutes for about twenty seconds. This can help your eyes.

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