Effect of vitamins on eyes

22-10-10 11:10:34    By Bestsea eyewear

With the continuous progress of eyewear material technology and manufacturing process, there are more and more eyewear options available. For example, the popular acetate eyewear, metal eyewear and titanium eyewear are not only diversified, but also extremely colorful. They are not only the tools that solve your myopia, but also can beautify your appearance and become a part of the clothing mix. Although glasses are very popular, I believe that most people with myopia hope that their myopia will suddenly get better and they will never need to wear glasses again. How about improving your eyesight and protecting your glasses? This article mainly talks about the influence of vitamins on eyes.

Foods good for eyes

Vitamins are the constituent elements of human enzyme system and the indispensable and important role of body metabolism. The eyes naturally need vitamins to promote metabolism, obtain nutrition and slow down the occurrence of aging. The vitamin content in dark green vegetables is particularly high. Since vitamins have the functions of antioxidation, wound repair, and nervous system maintenance, if the intake method is correct, it is very beneficial to improve vision. Which vitamins are helpful for eye vision?
1. Vitamin A. Vitamin A is essential for growing teenagers, office workers who wear contact lenses for a long time and need to be accompanied by computers for a long time, or patients with eye diseases who are prone to fatigue and dryness and have poor vision at night. The main active component of vitamin A:retinol, is a component of the visual pigment rhodopsin, which is why vitamin A is closely related to vision.
2. Vitamin B. Vitamin B deficiency will lead to metabolic disorder in the body, easy congestion and tears in the eyes, burning sensation, vision loss, lens opacity and other symptoms; For a long time, the body will have various chronic diseases, and the eyes may appear amblyopia, various optic neuropathy and other problems.
3. Vitamin C. The main role of vitamin C is to maintain the integrity of cells, participate in the formation of collagen fibers from mother cells, and is necessary for the production of red blood cells, which can prevent scurvy. Vitamin C can accelerate wound healing and enhance the toughness of microvessels. Because the eyes are full of microvascular tissue, if vitamin C is lacking, it may lead to insufficient microvascular toughness, which is easy to rupture and bleed under pressure, such as recurrent subconjunctival hemorrhage, eyelid subcutaneous hematoma, anterior chamber iris hemorrhage, retinal hemorrhage, eye socket hemorrhage, etc., and also cause exophthalmos.
4. Vitamin E. Vitamin E, known as "blood vessel scavenger", is a nutrient that can delay aging, prevent eye diseases such as cataracts, and prevent cardiovascular diseases. One of its main tasks is to participate in the antioxidant effect of cell membrane, so it not only has a strong antioxidant effect, but also has the effect of delaying aging and maintaining youthful vitality. Therefore, for eye diseases caused by tissue aging, vitamin E can be supplemented to prevent or slow down the occurrence of symptoms.
Of course, in addition to adding proper vitamins to your eyes, it is also necessary to exercise your eyes regularly. For example, it is very beneficial for your eyes to massage the parts of your eyes, rotate your eyes, and look at the distant scenery. To protect your eyesight, you don't need to wear myopia glasses, so you can have more choices for glasses. You can choose plain glasses, and you can also wear your favorite sunglasses, acetate glasses, metal glasses, or more expensive horn glasses when you travel. It's no problem, as long as you like them, as long as you feel cool or beautiful.

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