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 How's This?

Good for you
Good for the planet
1. Eat a balanced diet

The first step towards improving or maintaining healthy eyes is by consuming a healthy, balanced diet that is packed with the nutrients you need for ocular health. This includes leafy vegetables, colorful fruits, and seafood that is rich in Omega-3's, like Salmon and Halibut.

2. Maintain a healthy lifestyle

In addition to the benefits to your overall health, ocular health is at its most optimal when your lifestyle includes regular exercise, lots of water, and maintaining a healthy weight.

3. Avoid blue and UV light

Wear sunglasses in excessively sunny environments, especially ones with UV protection. As well, minimizing exposure to blue light - the light primarily emitted from screens and digital displays - is imperative to those disposed to macular degeneration.

4. Know your risks and family history

Some eye diseases have genetic predispositions; therefore, having a complete medical record helps give a more complete view of your potential ocular health issues. In addition, other factors may play a role in ocular ailments, both current and in the future. Wearing contact lenses, smoking, age, etc. - all of these may impact your ocular health, and it's important to identify the risks and discuss them with your provider.

Give Your Eyes A Rest

Get to know the 20-20-20 rule
In our digital world, it is very difficult to give our eyes the proper rest when constantly confronted with screens and digital displays. If you spend a lot of time using a computer, you can forget to blink your eyes and your eyes can get tired. To reduce eyestrain, try implementing the 20-20-20 rule: every 20 minutes, look away, at a distance about 20 feet, for 20 seconds.