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Maintain a Healthy Weight: A patient who is overweight has a greater chance of developing diabetes, which can lead to diabetic eye disease, vision loss or glaucoma.
Wear Sunglasses: Shades that block 99–100 percent of UV-A and UV-B will protect the eyes from the sun’s dangerous ultraviolet rays.
Give Your Eyes a Break: Staring at a computer screen for hours at a time can lead to eyestrain or fatigue. Take a break away from the computer, even for a minute or two, to let the eyes rest.
Wear Safety Glasses: Whether on the job or for a do-it-yourself project at home, safety glasses will help protect the eyes from injury.
Talk to Your Family: Because many eye problems are genetic, getting a family eye health history can help your doctor be aware of any potential trouble.