Eye tips
Here are a few tips for eye and vision care, which when practiced may help you to help maintain your eye health.
While reading, never lie flat on your back
As far as possible, try to maintain a reading distance not less than 25 cms from the eye.
Take adequate intervals of rest (say 5 -10 mins) in between reading. One can also relax the eyes by looking at a distant object 5 meters away.
Do not take sharp objects close to the eyes as they may cause an irreversible damage to your eyes.
While handling chemicals, be careful not to take them close to your eyes. Use of protective goggles is recommended.
When exposed to ultra violet rays in the working place, use safety glasses to avoid its harmful effect.
Never read in dim illumination as this may lead to eye strain.
Never read while in motion (as on a moving train or bus).
Always follow the instructions of your optometrist in using glasses or contract lenses.
Try to maintain a distance of 6 feet from the TV monitor.
While working with reflecting surfaces like computer terminals, use anti-reflection coated glasses to avoid glare and eye strain.
Two wheeler riders must wear protective sun-glasses to avoid dirt and dust particles from entering the eyes.
Stop smoking.
Control your blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
Protect your eyes from UV light by wearing sunglasses that screen 99-100% of ultraviolet A and B rays.
Eat a low-fat diet filled with green, leafy vegetables rich in carotenoids such as spinach, kale, and collard greens
Get your eyes checked once a year by your Optometrist / Ophthalmologist even in the absence of an eye problem. Be sure to see your doctor of optometry regularly for a thorough eye examination. It is a good way to monitor your eye health, maintain good vision and keep up to date with new advances in UV protection.
The principal danger is in the form of ultraviolet (UV) radiation. UV radiation is a component of solar energy, but it can also be given off by artificial sources like welding machines, tanning beds and lasers.
Use & Care Tips for spectacle wearers
Hold your spectacles with both hands at the sides while wearing and removing to maintain their original shape
Place your spectacles in an upright position while keeping them on any surface.
Keep your spectacles inside the case when not in use
Exposure to chemicals, petrochemicals, strong detergents, gases etc. should be avoided
Avoid direct or indirect contact with perfumes, sprays, aftershave lotions, etc.
Clean your spectacle lenses more often during the summer and monsoon seasons
Wipe your spectacles lenses regularly with Crizal Cleaning Cloth
Get your eyes checked regularly for a correct prescription
Occasionally clean your lenses by dipping them into warm, soapy water and then rinsing them under running water. To dry, gently pat them with a lens cloth.
Keep your eye-wear in a spectacle case. Open the case fully and gently pull them out. Sliding them in and out may dull the lenses.
Always use two hands to take spectacles off. Remove them using even pressure on both ear-pieces.
Never leave your spectacles face down.
Avoid placing your spectacles near excessive heat that may damage your lenses and warp the frame( for instance, on the car dashboard).
Anti-galer Screen
UV radiation is divided into UV-A, UV-B and UV-C. UV-C is absorbed by the ozone layer and does not present any threat (man made sources of UV-C, like electric welding arcs, are very harmful to the eyes, if you do not use the proper protection). That's not true of UV-A and UV-B. Scientific evidence now shows that exposure to both UV-A and UV-B can have damaging long and short term effects on your eyes and vision.

wear only branded sunglasses. because branded items only it has UV protection.

while using computer wear EMI (Electro Magnetic Impulsion) coated lenses . It will protect your eyes from harmful electro magnetic ray.

Eye Excercise

The sun supports all life on our planet; however, its life-giving rays also pose dangers.

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