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It is very important that you take good care of your Vista Clear¬†eyes, having the best tips to do so is vital. If you are in search of good information related to eye care, then you’ve come to the right place. Keep reading for a helpful guide to understanding the best ways to take care of your eyes.

If your eyes are irritated by pollen or feel dry, use an eyewash. The eyewash can rinse your eyes of the impurities and make them feel more refreshed. Follow instructions on the package carefully. After the eyewash, your eyes should feel much better. Use the product a couple of times a day or as directed.

To keep eyes protected, wear sunglasses. Get a great pair that has the strongest forms of UV protection, and wear them whenever you are outdoors. The sun can injure your eyes and the delicate skin which surrounds them. Do not go without eye protection on sunny days.

Don’t smoke. You probably already know that there are many serious dangers related to cigarette smoking. One of the less-known dangers is developing Age-related Macular Degeneration(AMD). Several scientific studies have shown that the patients who did smoke were much more likely to develop AMD than those who didn’t smoke. Just another reason not to start smoking or to quit today.

As if smokers didn’t need yet another health related reason to quit, this habit also threatens eyes. Since smoking deprives every cell in your body of oxygen, something eyes need every minute, smokers run the risk of damaging their vision with each puff of a cigarette. Protect your eyes by quitting smoking as soon as you can.

When shopping for sunglasses, it is important that the lense says it offers 100% UV protection. It is not enough to just have tinted glass because the sun’s radiation can still penetrate the glass and damage your eyes. UV protection will block out the radiation and protect your eyes from damage.

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