Eyes are precious they need care and love, that way we also need to provide ample care and love for our whole body. It is important to be aware of the problems associated with eyes and how we can help reduce the chances. Eyes help us see and perceive the world around us and it is imperative that we understand the importance of eyes and provide care for it.
In this blog we shall share many facts for the awareness of our readers. They can use this info to help themselves find better ways to tackle common eye issues and problems.
- Sun Burn: Eyes get sun burnt too; many people do not know this fact. They spent time outside without proper protection, especially being in places that have reflective surfaces and water bodies that reflect too much light. Direct sunlight and even exposure to sunlight can seriously damage eyes and even create temporary blindness. Sun burned eyes hurt and can createseveral problems.
- UV Exposure: Ultra violet rays are present in the sunlight. These invisible rays that originate from the sun reach the earth’s atmosphere and are majorly blocked by our Ozone layer, but a fraction of it still reaches the surface and affects our skin hair and eyes too. Many of us are unaware that UV rays affect our eyes also just like the skin. We are realty obsessed about skin problems associated with UV ray exposer but seldom do we think that these same UV rays also pass through to our eyes causing much problems. Exposure to UV rays for a prolonged period of time results in various eye problems associated with too much ultra violet rays passing through to the cornea. The most common problem associated with high UV ray exposure is the case of increasing number of Macular degeneration cases seen that highlight the fact that eyes are not safe in the presence of UV exposure. It is also true that not only Macular Degeneration, there is also pterygium, corneal problems and other eye problems that are associated with UV exposure. A good protection or precaution against this UV exposure is the use of UV protected sunglasses.
- Cataracts: Cataracts are one of the main reasons for loss of eyesight in elderly as well as in adults. These people are affected by a lot of things; some develop cataracts due to age, some due to birthdefects and some due to UVB exposure. The UVB rays have been found liable for an increasing number of Cataract cases and the use of sunglasses with UV protection can decrease these cases to a good extent.
So, now that you are aware of the various problems associated with eyes, take proper measures to prevent eye problems.