Your workspace can affect the health of your eyesight. For example, consider your lighting. If you are squinting to look at your keyboard, a desk lamp might be necessary. Assess the layout of your work area. Make sure your chair is providing you with proper lumbar support. When typing, wrist strain can be prevented by maintaining a 90-degree angle for your elbows.
3. Wear Quality Sunglasses.
On sunny days, you’re more inclined to spend more time outside than in. When you’re in the sun, you might not be mindful of
. These damage-inflicting rays can lead to cataracts and macular degeneration. Wear a quality pair of sunglasses to conceal your eyes as much as you can. Ensure they contain 100% UV protection.
The blooming plants outside make us all want to be intimate with Mother Nature. If you’re not out and about in the sun, consume plenty of vegetables and fruits for sufficient intake of vitamins E and C. Doing so can prevent eyesight problems like macular degeneration and cataracts. Also consider integrating beans, nuts, eggs, tuna, salmon, citrus fruits, and leafy greens into your diet.
5. Use the Right Cleaning Supplies to Maintain Your Lenses.
Don’t forget to replace the microfiber cloth you use to clean your glasses each year. You might forget that the cloth accumulates plenty of dirt each month.
6. Stop Penetration of Blue Light.
If your eyes have been on your phone or computer for most of the day, your eyes may feel somewhat fatigued. This can be attributed to the blue light transmitted from such screens, which can lead to digital eye strain.
can be blocked (and digital eye strain prevented) using EXYRA Eyewear. Our standard computer eyewear and prescription glasses shield your eyes from blue light, and therefore, curbs digital eye strain.