Friday, 27 April 2012


Wearing sunglasses benefits you in many ways. You can create mystery, cover up a hangover, as fashion and to escape the paparazzi. However the major benefit of wearing sun glass is not for fashion or any of the afore mentioned purposes. Protecting your eyes from the UV rays of the sun is the most important of all benefits derived from wearing sunglasses.

The UV rays of the sun causes a lot of damages to your retina and corneas. Science and medicine has come a long way in correcting bad vision. A lot of financing is needed to carry out these corrective measures in most cases. It would be better if you could take a preventive measure to take care of the problem from the unset by wearing sunglasses. 

Disorders such as cataracts, macular degeneration, and even skin cancer around the eyes can be signs of sun damage that can be prevented by the use of sunglasses. Cataract is an eye condition that involves clouding of the lens behind the Iris and Pupil. Studies have shown that there links between cataracts and increased exposure to ultraviolet light. Prolonged exposure to sunlight without the protection of sunglasses has also been included as a probable cause of macular degeneration.

Wearing sunglasses can help save your eyes and face in so many ways. Increased exposure to sunlight can cause skin cancer. Sunglasses can reduce the risk of skin cancer in the eye lids and skin around your eyes. You also get a decreased appearance of lines around your face. 

Distorting the face in certain ways on a regular basis can cause premature wrinkles and increase the sign of aging. You squint when you are exposed to bright light without wearing sunglasses because your eyes are not comfortable being opened under bright light. Therefore it can be said that sunglasses help reduce wrinkles as you age.

You may be asking what kind of sunglasses should I get, a good pair of sunglasses with UV protection can help protect you against a lot of eye disorders and pain.

You need to protect your eyes because you need them every day. Keep them safe!

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