5. Never Gaze Directly at the Sun: Staring at direct sunlight, even during a solar eclipse, exposes the eye to solar radiation. This can lead to loss of vision which may or may not be permanent.
6. Reverse Your Damage: Once chronic harm has been done, it’s usually irreversible. The Age-Related Eye Disease (AREDS) study, a major clinical trial sponsored by the National Eye Institute, found that taking a potent antioxidant vitamin daily offers some protection for people at high risk of developing age-related macular degeneration but it’s not known whether it can prevent or reverse sun-related damage. Ask your ophthalmologist whether you’re a good candidate for ARED vitamin therapy.
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