Created on: November 22, 2013
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Spring has sprung (and so has the pollen)! Before you know it, a light yellow dust will be covering everything and anything that’s outside. Spring in Atlanta is absolutely gorgeous, but for allergy sufferers, burning, red eyes can ruin their enjoyment of the beauty that abounds.
In today’s fast paced and hectic world it is very common to miss out on getting enough restful sleep each night. The challenge of balancing proper rest with everything else that needs to get done in a day can be very tricky. However, many are not aware that not getting enough rest can wreak havoc on your eyesight. While it’s obvious that lack of sleep can cause dark circles to appear under your eyes, not getting enough rest can interfere with your eye health.
If you want to improve your vision, you had better start with your diet because healthy vision starts with healthy eating habits. Fruits, vegetables and fish make for healthy, light and delicious meals and snacks and contain nutrients and powerful antioxidants that are essential to healthy eyes.