1. Spinach: Lutein and zeaxanthin in spinach are linked to strengthening of the eye and protection against ultraviolet rays and refractive errors.
2. Reduce Screen Time: In our modern world, it seems impossible to avoid staring at a screen for some part of your personal or professional life. Unfortunately, this is the sort of strain and constant use (combined with a noted drop in blinking frequency and dry eyes) that can lead to rapidly diminishing optical power. It is wise to give your eyes a break from time to time, usually for 5-10 minutes per hour if you are consistently staring at a screen.
3. Eye Exercises: Keeping your eyes in good shape is just as important as any other muscle group, but it’s easy to forget about! Try simple eye exercises to keep your eyes strong, such as depth perception tests, focusing activities, and personally examining your degree of focus at different distances. By keeping those eye components fresh and active, you can prevent oxidative stress and improve your chances of maintaining strong vision.