We only get one set of eyes. If we damage them then we will have vision problems for the rest of our lives. Walking around with limited or no vision is very difficult thing to do. Many people when they get older may suffer from vision problems. When they do, trying to find your cataract removal surgery can be difficult.
Tip #1 – You have to keep your eyes clean.
Wear sunglasses when you go outside and wear protective clothing that will keep the wind out of your eyes. The wind can cause damage if it is blowing in your face. There are so many ways you can protect your eyes from debris as well as infection by bacteria and viruses which we are exposed to on a daily basis. Since your eyes are open, you will be more likely to get an infection if you don’t keep them clean.
Tip #2 – You need sunglasses for outdoor use if you don’t have cataract surgery.
Sunglasses guard your eyes from debris that could scratch or harm your cornea. These goggles protect your eyes from wind, dust, and dirt. I like to use glasses that are polarized. These types of eye wear make it easier for me to see through the glare of the sun or frost on my car in the wintertime.
Tip #3 – Be careful if you have a lot of wax buildup in your ears.
You should clean out your ears with ear drops if you have a lot of wax. Wax buildup in your ears can cause hearing problems later on and could eventually lead to follicle destruction. In some cases, it could be the start of a more serious medical condition such as tinnitus or Meniere’s disease.
Tip #4 – You need to avoid eating foods that are high in sugar.
Eating too much sugar can cause damaging eye diseases such as glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration. These three eye disorders will eventually lead to blindness if you do not treat them quickly enough. Sugar will also increase your chances of developing diabetes and it can trigger diabetes in adults that are genetically predisposed to it.