3 myths about the eyes and vision

1. Myth: Eating carrots will improve your eyes

.Carrots are rich in vitamin A, which is important for a healthy diet. But eating carrots, even by the bushel, will not improve your eyesight.

2. Myth: Reading in the dark will damage your eyes

. Our moms told us this over and over. While reading in low light may cause eye fatigue and, possibly, a headache, it cannot cause permanent damage.

3. Myth: Sitting too close to the TV will hurt your eyes

.There goes mom again! It is not uncommon for kids to sit too close to the TV simply to become more engaged in it, not really to see it better. There is no truth to the myth that our eyes will weaken as a result.

14 Comments Add yours

  1. I guess Mom isn’t always correct.


  2. Baffledmum says:

    Seriously! It’s the only reason I eat carrots!!!


    1. Carrots are full of vitamins, minerals and fibers that are good for your health. But eating too many carrots can bring in too much beta-carotene the molecule responsible for carrots’ bright orange hue and a precursor of vitamin A. This can lead to excess blood carotene which can discolor the skin.

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      1. Baffledmum says:

        Thank you for the information… 👍


  3. kornnn13 says:

    Hello !!! And I’m sorry to ask: you are working for a company that sells glasses ??? Thenx !!!


  4. Do eye exercises help improve vision?


    1. Physical exercise is good for your eyes. … Vision problems and eye disease also stem from high blood pressure and high cholesterol. A healthy diet and regular exercise are two of the most important steps you can take to lower both.

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      1. I mean eye exercises: focus near and far; to help with near and farsightedness; etc!


      2. Just maintain your current vision level.

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      3. Check five exercises to improve your vision.


  5. rohitraisite says:

    आँखों के बारे में हैरान कर देने वाली जानकारी | Rochak Fatcs
    here you know about eyes and vision

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