Mistakes That Can Mess With Your Eyes

While you can replace a lot of things in life, you only get one pair of eyes.  Without them you won’t be able to enjoy this great planet we all live in.

That means keeping your eyes healthy is essential for your daily life. It also means avoid various situations that can do damage to your eyes. Here are a few examples:

  • Wearing contacts too long. Contacts can be annoying and once you put them, you would love to just keep them in and forget about them. While it’s tempting contacts sit on the top of your corneas, which don’t have blood vessels to them. Your tears are tasked to do that job instead, but unfortunately they can’t reach your corneas as well with the contacts acting as a shield. This now could lead to permanent scarring of your eyes and potentially loss of vision.  Be on the safe side, take your contacts out daily and replace them on a regular basis.
  • Doing DIY projects without protection. While you think a project in the house maybe harmless, it could result in an ER visit. You just never know what could fly in the air when you least expect it. Be on the safe side, wear a pair of goggles or even invest in a pair of Eyedefend Crosstrain Military Ballistic Shield especially if you do a lot of DIY projects outside.
  • Forgetting your sunglasses. If you are heading out for a day at the beach or any type of outdoor sport you will for sure want to have a pair of sunglasses with you. By taking part in outdoor activity with out them can potentially lead to sunburn of the corneas. This painful condition can lead to a temporary loss of vision! The EyeDefend Slingshot Trek is a great option for people that are known to forget their sunglasses when going out. That is because the glasses feature Slingshot technology cords that are built right into the temples.

As you can see there are a lot more ways to do damage to your eyes than you probably thought of? Take precaution and use common sense as you only get one set of eyes and for sure you don’t want to lose them!

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