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5 Reasons Prescription Sunglasses Are a Must for Eye Health

You’re most likely aware that the sun can damage your skin, but did you know the sun can even damage your eyes?
Modern Times Dec 10, 2019

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Wearing prescription sunglasses is a fashionable and functional way to protect your eyes from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays while giving you clear comfortable vision.
Scroll through to learn more about why prescription sunglasses are a very important accessory you should never leave home without.

Lower Risk of Cataracts

If you love spending time in the sun, your chances of getting cataracts are higher, due to the harmful ultraviolet A (UVA) and ultraviolet B (UVB) rays emitted by the sun. Wearing prescription sunglasses can reduce this risk, because they block harmful UVA and UVB rays.

Replace Your Regular Glasses

Wearing sunglasses over regular glasses can be awkward, and contact lenses require a lot of maintenance.

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Whether you choose transitional lenses or a pair of sunglasses, prescription sunglasses let you replace your regular glasses with a new pair of stylish eye wear that offers sun protection.

Protection from Tiny, Fast Objects

It tends to be rare, but if you’re standing at just the right angle, then items like cars, lawnmowers, saws, and high winds can blow small, quick-moving, and painful objects into your eyes. Wearing eye protection can help protect your eyes if that unfortunate event ever occurs.

Reduced Signs of Aging

Wearing prescription sunglasses can help you maintain a youthful appearance by protecting your eyes from damaging UV rays that cause fine lines and wrinkles around your eyes. It keeps you from having to squint to see in bright sunlight, which can also cause premature aging.

Protect Skin Around Your Eyes

Prescription sunglasses give added protection to the skin around the eyes, which is delicate and difficult to apply sunscreen to.

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If you’re planning to buy a new pair of prescription sunglasses, consider oversized sunglasses. Larger shades give better protection against UV rays that may enter through sides of sunglasses.
Eyes are very essential and delicate organs of our body, and should be cared for and protected. Protecting your eyes prevents vision loss and diseases like cataracts and macular degeneration. Prescription sunglasses can help maintain healthy eyes and keep eyesight strong.