The risk of developing myopia (short-sightedness) is significantly reduced with regular walks. Particularly strong effect is observed among young children. Scientists from the London school of hygiene and tropical medicine have proved that the human eye is vital portion of the ultraviolet B spectrum for the preservation of visual acuity. About it writes edition The Daily Mail.

To preserve vision, scientists believe, is quite simple. Quite a bit of time on eye health: take breaks when working at the computer not to read and not watch movies in complete darkness or in transport. Another huge benefit to have fresh air. It turns out that if a person in childhood a lot of walks, in adulthood had significantly less average myopia develops.

Apparently, the solar radiation is really useful for the eyes. Note, direct sunlight is still harmful to the body. Specialists recommend wearing sunglasses with light filters that eliminate hazardous rays.

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