Identifying remote myopia


In a study conducted, almost 75 percent of Asia's population including Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan experienced myopia or far-sightedness. This situation causes a person to experience difficulty seeing distant objects and these visual impairments are identified among the most common problems encountered around the world.

This myopia can be reduced by ensuring a well-lit light while good light sources can improve vision, intelligence, calmness and prevent problems such as glare and tired eyes identified by myopia.




Symptoms of eye problems
  • Headache
  • Eye irritation
  • Quickly sleepy
  • Missing concentration
  • Visible blur
  • Eyes watery
  • Food sources help blindness


Avocado

Contains a lot of nutrients, especially lutein, which is actiosidan and carotenoid that prevents macular degeneration and cataracts. This fruit also contains many vitamins that are important for the eyes namely vitamins A, C, B6 and E.

Carrot

Rich with beta carotene that works in the bioelectric process of the eyes and helps the body release free radicals.

Spinach

A rich source of vitamin A is good nutrition for eyes such as lutein and zeaxanthin.

Sunflower seed

Contains selenium that prevents cataracts and nutrients for the eyes.


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