Summer Eye Safety

Wear Sunglasses

 Invest in a good pair of sunglasses that offer 100% UV protection. Look for sunglasses that block both UVA and UVB rays to shield your eyes from harmful ultraviolet radiation.

Choose Polarized Lenses

 Consider sunglasses with polarized lenses, which can reduce glare from reflective surfaces like water, sand, and roads. This helps improve visibility and reduces eye strain.

Wear a Wide-Brimmed Hat

In addition to sunglasses, wearing a wide-brimmed hat can provide extra shade and protection for your eyes and face, especially during peak sunlight hours.

Take Breaks from Screen Time

Reduce eye strain from prolonged screen time by taking regular breaks to rest your eyes, blink frequently, and practice the 20-20-20 rule

Use Eye Drops

 If you experience dry eyes or irritation due to exposure to air conditioning, wind, or sun, consider using lubricating eye drops to soothe and moisturize your eyes.

Avoid Rubbing Your Eyes

Rubbing your eyes can exacerbate irritation and potentially introduce harmful bacteria. Instead, gently rinse your eyes with cool water or use a clean, damp cloth to alleviate discomfort.