Summers are fun but sometimes are too hot to handle. Summer heat affects not only your skin but also our eyes. Our eyes can become itchy and reddish because of cruel sun rays. In other words, we can say that summers are dangerous for our eyes. The most common eye disease people face in summers is called conjunctivitis, in which eyes become red and watery. Some other eye problems include eye allergies, dry eyes, etc. greenery is good for eyes, but Tree removal has reduced greenery, especially in cities. So it is very important to take care of the eyes in summers before it is too late.

Here we have suggested some ways of protecting your eyes from the harmful effects of summers. So let’s have a look at them.

Wear sunglasses

Sunrays of different wavelengths reach earth, and some of these are very dangerous, for example, UV rays. Too much UV rays absorption can cause cataracts. So the best way to protect your eyes from the harmful effects of UV rays is to wear sunglasses. But keep in mind that sunglasses must have complete ultraviolet protection; otherwise, they are completely useless. Fortunately, sunglasses are not expensive, so budget is not an issue.

Wear goggles at the pool

People love swimming in summers, but it can prove awful for your eyes. It is because pool water has chlorine for protecting you from germs, but it can badly affect your eyes. So it would be better to wear goggles whenever you go swimming. It is not just for pools but for other natural water bodies as they have other things that can hurt your eyes.

Do not rub your eyes and wash your hands.

Most of the diseases spread via touch. Just take the example of conjunctivitis, it is spread when someone rubs his eyes touches n object, and later another person ouches that object. So it is advised to wash your hands regularly and keep them away from your face, especially your eyes. Try to avoid rubbing your eyes as much as possible.

Prefer wearing hats

Even if you wear sunglasses, you are not 100% protected from UV rays. Sunglasses have gaps on the sides. Moreover, eyelids are exposed. So it would be better to also wear hats in