Before starting this blog, let me wish a very Happy New Year to all of you.

May this New Year bring health, prosperity, and happiness in your lives.

So, what are your New Year resolutions for the year 2019?

I can guess a few common resolutions like good health, exercise daily, and losing some weight off course 😉

Among all these, there is always a resolution that we all turn a blind eye on and that is Eye Health.

If I ask you a question – Is good eye health, one of your new year’s resolutions? How many of you will say YES?

Despite being so educated, why we all neglect Good Eye Health?

In addition to all your resolutions, this year, take a pledge to take care of your eyes.

Here are a few tips you should keep in mind while taking care of your eye health:

Go For Regular Eye Check-Up:

You may be surprised to know that there are eye diseases that are silent in nature and show no symptoms until become worse.

A regular eye exam can save you from these diseases.

Schedule eye exam on a regular basis, as these exams can detect undiagnosed eye health problems

Without any second thought, make eye exams a priority.

WEAR SUNGLASSES ALL YEAR ROUND

Who says you have to wear sunglasses only in summers?

This is a myth.

You will be surprised to know that UV rays are even more harmful in winters. They can increase the risk of eye diseases like cataracts and macular degeneration.

So, whether its summers or winters, protect your eyes from UV exposure by wearing good quality shades throughout the year.

EAT HEALTHY DIET

Eat a healthy diet full of green leafy vegetables and fruits to help good functioning of your eyes.

Eat fish – a great source of Omega 2 & Omega 3 fatty acids that improve vision and help fight eye diseases like glaucoma.

So, these are top 3 tips to improve your eye health. Follow them wisely.

I hope you like this blog.

I would love to hear from you. Tell me what is yours, new year resolution for healthy eyes.

Have a good day!

 

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