True of False: Reading in a dimly lit room will harm your eyesight.
True of False: Lightly tinted sunglasses are as protective as dark.
True of False: kids shouldn’t wear soft contact lenses.
True of False: Sugar substitutes can make your eyes sensitive to
True of False: Reading glasses cause vision to deteriorate faster.
False: Sorry just like sitting too close to the television, reading
in the dark may strain your eyes and give you a headache – but it
won’t worsen your vision.
True: You may squint more, but tho fashionable shades can shield
your eyequally, provided they’re 100% UVA/U protective (check the
label). Just make so they fit properly.
Sunglasses that slide do even ¼ inch let in 20% more harmful ra
which raises your risk of cataracts.
True: Hard contact lenses can actual slow myopia in kids, found one
study of 10-year –olds. 1 more hard contact-lens wearers
nearsightedness developed 3 more slowly over 3 year than in those
who wore soft lens
True: Artificial sweeteners, antibiotics, and contraceptives can
cause light sensitivity. Check with ophthalmologist if you’re having
False: Presbyopia is an unavoidable, age-rela condition that
afflicts all 40+ adults and makes it increasil difficult to focus
close –up it’s the result of two thing; stiffening of the eye’s lens
that makes it harder for the surrounding muscles to bend (and there
by focus) the I and a loss of flexibility in those muscles. Reading
glass won’t make things worse and, contary to common perception, eye
exercises won’t improve the flexibility of eyes muscles or the lens,
either. The lens continues to stiffen until the person hits mid so
near vision continues decline till that age.