Apr. 06, 2022
It's April! Spring is here and the sun is strong. Sunglasses are a must for summer! However, there are many benefits to wearing sunglasses 365 days a year, rain or shine. The sun's damaging UV rays are present in our atmosphere every day, so protecting your eyes from these rays on a daily basis is imperative.
Although you'll be wearing different clothes whether you're sitting on the beach, hanging out by the pool, running, biking, water skiing or skiing - in each case, you should wear sunglasses!
A quality pair of sunglasses that blocks 100% of the sun's harmful UV rays is the one item that can make the difference between enjoying the great outdoors and damaging your eyes.
Sunglasses not only protect your eyes from the intense sun's rays. As a physical barrier, sunglasses protect against wind, blowing dust, sand and other airborne debris.
Sure, they can keep your eyes safe and prevent disease, but sunglasses have an immediate benefit the moment you put them on: immediate relief from the sun's brightness and glare. Being in bright, harsh sunlight can be uncomfortable without protecting your eyes from the intense rays!
Whether you're watching your child's sporting event, skiing down a snowy mountain, or taking a walk in the park, sunglasses allow you to see more and better. Polarized lenses dramatically improve vision by reducing solar glare that bounces off horizontal surfaces like the ocean, sand, sidewalks or snow.
While we can't see into the future, we do have plenty of evidence to support the claim that daily exposure to the sun's harmful UV rays over many years significantly increases the risk of developing cataracts, macular degeneration or other eye conditions that may steal your vision.
A cataract is a yellow clouding of the eye's natural lens that can lead to light sensitivity and blurred vision. There is one common way to reduce your risk: wear sunglasses every day, every time you go outside, to help keep your eyes healthier and longer.
The sun's rays bring life to our planet, but they can blind your eyes. If your eyes are sensitive to light, you may need to squint or hold up your hands to block the sun. This is not "seeing your best" and can be a safety hazard when driving, biking or participating in any activity that makes you move quickly and make quick decisions. Wearing sunglasses can help you see your best and navigate more safely. You can prevent serious injury to yourself or others.
Corrective eye surgery is common, whether it is corrective cataract surgery or LASIK surgery to improve your vision. These procedures require the proper amount of time for the eye to heal. As your eyes recover, it is important to keep them away from the harmful rays of the sun so that they can heal completely. Sunglasses are the ideal way to keep your precious vision safe and provide your body with the time it needs to recover.
If you need a new pair of sunglasses that block 100% of the sun's harmful UVA and UVB rays, JINGWEI's optical department will help you choose a pair that looks great and provides all the protective elements you need to keep you looking your best for years to come!
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