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Our eyes are one of the important organs as they enable us to see things. As their role is important in assisting in our daily enjoyment and mobility, it is therefore vital for us to take good care of our eyes.

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Regular eye check-ups are the best way to detect eye problems early. In this matter, you should have your eyes checked at least once every two years. When you see an ophthalmologist he or she will report your vision and eye health status to you.

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Besides having regular eye examinations, you should always make sure you have an adequate amount of sleep and rest. Tired eyes won’t work to see properly. Only when your eyes get sufficient rest, will they function efficiently.

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To prevent from injuring your eyes which are very sensitive by touch, do not ever attempt to rub your eyes with your fingers or palms.

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If you have to be under the sun for longer periods, make sure you put on sunglasses to protect your eyes from the harmful effects of the ultraviolet’s rays from the sun. Specifically, direct sunlight can cause damage to your fragile eyes.

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Smoking does not only harm your health but also does harm to your eyes. It has been known that smoking can cause many diseases. If you smoke, it is time for you to quit smoking.

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In regards to caring for your eyes, you need to pay special attention to your daily diet. Make sure your menu includes plenty of fruits and vegetables like spinach, carrots, blueberries, and apples which are rich in beta carotene to keep your eyes healthy.

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