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5 Bad Habits That Could Slowly Cause Serious Damage to the Eye

Habits and Character has been proven to be the major cause of either good health or bad health. This is why we need to be very careful about our habits and Character because they generally play one of the major roles in determining good or bad health.

So it is important that everyone know the habits that could benefit every organ of his or her body and also know the ones that can really affect their organs.

In this article, I will be talking about 5 bad habits that could slowly cause serious damage to the eye.

1. Staring at your smartphone continuously

This is one of the worst habits or characters for your eyes. When you stare at TV sets for very long, it could lead to dry eye, nausea, dizziness and blurred vision. These are just but a few things you will notice because of this.

However, this side effect comes as a result of harmful rays which are subsequently released by these TV sets and Smart phones.

2. Rubbing your eye

Rubbing your eye is a serious bad harm you should stop doing. Although everyone has this common urge to rub their eye with their hand when it is itchy, it is important that you learn how to completely remove your hand from your options when trying to react to an irritation in your eye.

If you must do this, research shows that people who don't have any other option should wash their hands first and clean it before rubbing.

3. Smoking

Smoking is generally regarded as a disadvantage to the body, this is because of it's serious negative effect on the heart, brain health, skin and even the lung and kidney. Studies also found that if contains some dangerous compounds which have a negative effect on the eye.

4. Not getting enough sleep

Sleep has been proven to be very important to human existence in many ways. Not getting enough sleep could lead to red eye, blurred vision, dry eyes and dark circles. Make sure you have enough sleep each night.

5. Wearing contact lenses while sleeping.


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