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    Default The Relationship between Physical Fitness and Healthy Eyes

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    Research holds that body health in general helps improve oxygen levels in the eyes. A confirmation of this fact is the discovery that regular outdoor exercise participants suffer from myopia less oftenly in that they commonly focus at objects within a long range.
    For this reason, one must employ exercises that aim at strengthening the eyes because general body health exercise is insufficient to maintain eye health. To sustain eye fitness, number one most paramount step is to maintain routine eye checkups. Frequent eye check-ups are vital in order to protect general ocular health and eyesight.
    Balanced diet too is vital for developing and maintaining healthy eyes as well as keeping one’s geneal health. Leafy vegetable diets and fruits rich in carotenoids, which are nutrients that can successfully prevent different macular complications, are important for maintaining macular health.
    In case one can not get sufficient fruits and vegetables, one can use supplements, which are also a known source of carotenoids. Some of the commonly known supplements’ ingredients include zinc, vitamin A, B, C and E, among others. Antioxidant vitamins and selenium are used to promote the secretion of mucus that keeps the conjunctiva health condition. Further, it is important to guard the retina, the light sensitive layer of the eyes, from excess blue rays; hence, it is imperative to use lutein and zeaxanthin to help in blue light absorption.
    Another recognized eye hazard is smoking. Smoking is a reknown threat to eye health. Addictive as it may be, it is acknowledged as a big mucular degeneration source. There are also age-related mucular degeneration effects. This usually impairs central vision that consequently causes vision loss. Worse still; smoking also escalates the risk of developing cataracts.



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