Retinal Care


The 9 Most Important Vitamins for Eye Health

  1. Vitamin A. Vitamin A plays a crucial role in vision by maintaining a clear cornea, which is the outside covering of your eye.
  2. Vitamin E.
  3. Vitamin C. 
  4. Vitamins B6, B9 and B12. 
  5. Riboflavin. 
  6. Niacin. 
  7. Lutein and Zeaxanthin.
  8. Omega-3 Fatty Acids.

How can I strengthen my retinal strength?

  1. DO: eat foods rich in Vitamin A, Vitamin C, lutein and beta carotene as they help repair the eyes, such as cod liver oil, sweet potatoes, butter, papaya, blueberries, apricot and grapes.
  2. DON'T: say no to greens, kids! ...
  3. Get Some Rest.
  4. DO: get enough rest, since sleep allows overworked eye muscles to relax completely.

How do you know if your retina is damaged?

Retinal detachment itself is painless. But warning signs almost always appear before it occurs or has advanced, such as: The sudden appearance of many floaters — tiny specks that seem to drift through your field of vision. ... A curtain-like shadow over your visual field and or flashes of light.

Final Thought

We use our eyes to stare at small fonts and images more than ever before. So ask yourself this, are you eating foods that are best for your eyes? Are you performing relaxation exercises? While we stay busy carrying out our daily routines, and spend hours in front of the computer screen or glued to a good book, we rarely take time out to visit the eye doctor. However, there are a few simple exercises that you can carry out that hardly require much time or effort. When you're at work, exercise your neck by nodding your head up and down, thereby increasing blood circulation to your neck and eyes. Also, don't stare at the sun as it can be detrimental to your vision. Too much UV exposure makes you more prone to cataracts and macular degeneration. Also, you should choose sunglasses that block 99% to 100% of both UVA and UVB rays.

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