Eat right, stay at a healthy weight, and exercise. Step 1:
Don’t smoke . Most ophthalmologists agree smoking is bad for your eyes. Step 2:
Step 3: If you have diabetes, get an eye exam every year. According to the American Diabetes Association, diabetes is the leading cause of adult blindness.
Add kale, spinach, and broccoli to your diet . Step 4:
Eat more fish and nuts. They may help lower your risk for advanced muscular degeneration. Step 5:
Step 6: Wear sunglasses. Look for a pair that blocks ultraviolet A, ultraviolet B, and blue rays .
Step 7: Get eye exams as recommended by your eye care provider to detect conditions early.
<ul><ul><ul><li>Don’t ignore these problems </li></ul></ul></ul>
See the eye doctor if you have: Blurred or double vision Pain in your eyes or pressure behind your eyeballs Difficulty reading signs and books or the loss of peripheral (side) vision Flashes of light or floating debris that blocks your vision Wavy lines when you should be seeing straight lines Any sudden change in your vision
Information Source: Ophthalmologist Maz Kazahaya, M.D.