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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.
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.
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.
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.