Top 3 Tips to Prevent the Need For Bifocal Glasses When You Get Older

As we get older, parts of our body start to exhibit symptoms of wear and tear, which can be quite depressing. Our muscles and metabolism shrinks, and we get aches all over our bodies if we exert ourselves too much. Even our eyesight weakens, and my parents started wearing bifocal lenses when they get to their forties. One quick tip is to go for LASIK, and you can go without bifocals then.

Prevention is always better than cure, and the natural means are always better than the artificial ones. Dermatologists always recommend sunscreens to protect our skin from premature aging and skin cancer like melanoma or basal cell carcinoma. Similarly, we need to protect our eyes from the sun’s UVA and UVB rays. So put on those cool sunglasses when you are out at the beach, under direct sunlight.

The next tip I have for you is to take care of your nutrients. Get supplements that are useful for eye health. One secret is to get your supplements from online stores such as ‘iHerb,’ as prices are much more reasonable there. Eat lots of spinach, squash, kale and carrots to nourish your eyes. Drink lots of water to provide fluid for the eyes. If you have puffy eyes often, you are not drinking enough water.

The best advice is still to get rid of your glasses, and seek to regain your natural perfect eye sight. I have thrown away my glasses several years back, and was thankful that I am saved from a lifetime of eye wear inconveniences and costs.