How Sunglasses Can Protect Your Vision
You are likely well aware of the fact that spending too much time exposed to the sun can give you a headache and even damage your eyes. Sunglasses have become increasingly popular, and for good reason. Beyond using glasses as an accessory, sunglasses are great at keeping your eyes safe.
Protection From Dangerous Rays
The main way sunglasses help protect your eyes is by protecting them from the dangerous ultraviolet rays that the sun gives off. The rays that can damage you, by either causing skin cancer or by giving you a nasty sunburn, are very intense on the body. However, these UV rays that silently damage your body cannot be detected by the human eye. Fortunately, a solid pair of sunglasses from a reputable manufacturer will usually come with a protective coating that can block out nearly all of the ultraviolet rays from coming into contact with your eyes. In addition to cutting down on ray exposure the coating can help keep you from squinting, even in particularly bright environments. You can pair the sunglasses with biofinity contact lenses to see and keep your eyes protected.
If you have ever gone to the beach or the dessert you know how unsettling getting dust in your eyes can be. Running on the beach or getting in the way of the small breeze could leave you with sand or other small materials in your eyes. Beyond needing to rinse your eyes with water, the inconvenience of airborne debris coming in contact with your eye can lead to infections and small scratches on the surface of the eye. Sunglasses can act as a shield for such materials for your Lens.com contacts.