4 tips you should know to maintain healthy eyes

4 tips you should know to maintain healthy eyes

Our eyes allow us to see the world, thus it is important to keep them healthy and protect them from any damage. In this article, you will find some tips to maintain your vision.

  • Avoid light:

Sunlight and blue light emitted from digital screens are the worst enemies to your eyes. So, wear sunglasses when you go out and take a five-minute break every 20 minutes spent on your laptop or phone.

  • Eat healthily:

Food has an impact on your vision. Studies have found that leafy greens, nuts, fruits rich in vitamin C, and fish high in omega 3 like salmon are good for your vision. Also, you can take supplements rich in vitamins and minerals to support eye health.

  • Eye hygiene:

    close up view of contact lenses and its storage equipment on white backdrop

If you use contact lenses, use a cleanser to remove dirt from your lenses and disinfect them. Also, wear protective goggles

whenever you encounter hazardous or harmful airborne substances.

  • Regular checkups:

Visit a doctor regularly to check your vision and discover any eye problems.

Supplements can help!

As mentioned before, supplements can provide you with the vitamins and minerals to protect your eyes and support your health. Here is a selection of eyes health supplements that you can find in Al-Thiqa pharmacy.

  • Centrum multivitamins with lutein
      • Lutein is a natural substance found in leafy greens. It prevents age-related eye problems like age-related macular degeneration and cataract.
  • Visionace original
      • Contain vitamins and minerals to protect eye cells and lead to normal vision.
  • Provita blue light and dry eyes protection formula
    • Rich in lutein, zeaxanthin, and omega 3. It protects the eyes from harmful light and prevents their dryness.
  • 21st century vitamin A
    • Prevents dry eyes, maintains clear vision, boosts immunity, and prevents infection. Also, decreases the risk of developing cataract and age-related macular degeneration.