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OPTIMAL eye fitness means no contacts or sunglasses.

Discussion in 'Optimal Fitness' started by Jack Kruse, Mar 7, 2019.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    If you have to take your contacts out to get in the water when will your intuition begin to inform you that just having them touch your cornea any time is probably not a wise thing to be doing either? This is #mitochondriacwisdom Swimming is a fun way to enjoy your vacation. But keep your contact lenses out of the mix. Take lenses out before you swim to avoid getting germs in your eye that can lead to an infection. https://go.usa.gov/pjwz

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  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Jason the mitochondriac says,

    This is what happens when you disconnect from nature and embrace way too much technology.
    ️ Talk to an ophthalmologist and they'll tell you they're seeing every eye condition at younger and younger ages.
    The solution ⤵️
    ☀️ LOTS of sun during the day.
    Darkness at night.
    Plenty of seafood-based DHA.
    LOTS of screen time breaks, as well as flicker reduction.
    ️ Blue screen filters and blue-blocking RaOptics glasses as artificial violet and blue light at ANY TIME of day is not good.
    https://www.nbcwashington.com/news/...ing-Childrens-Eyes-Doctors-Say-506729611.html
     
  3. Richard.B

    Richard.B New Member

    What do you think about Orthokeratology ?
    I have mix feeling about it. In one way it allows you to have a better vision all day without wearing glasses and allows you maximise the benefit of direct sunlight and on the other, you have to wear contacts at night that could be harmful (even if they say it doesn't).
     

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