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- Wear protective glasses. Ultraviolet rays, produced by high temperatures or constant exposure to the sun, cause protein dysfunction in the lens, accelerating its wear. Therefore, it is important to use protective glasses with adequate factors, depending on your work and daily routine.
- Have a healthy diet. High intake of vitamin A helps preserve visual health, because it contains antioxidants. This can be found in foods such as broccoli, carrots, beets, spinach, pumpkin, among others.
- Get daily exercise. Performing physical activity regularly contributes to a lower probability of developing a serious vision pathology, since it activates microcirculation, both at the ocular level and at the renal and hepatic level.
- Go to the ophthalmologist when you present the first discomfort. In people who are not very active, symptoms are likely to be noticed when the cataract is advanced, causing blurred vision. “From the age of 50, an annual check-up is recommended, in which several visual functions are evaluated and which ones are altered are detected, in order to give the best recommendation to each patient,” says the expert.