Most Indonesians Don’t Wear Glasses, Let’s See Some Tips for Healthy Eyes!

Are you wearing glasses? Whether it is because of myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, or presbyopia, it’s not a rare thing to find someone with glasses around us.  

However, a survey from Licorice shows that most Indonesians don’t wear glasses in their everyday life. 

Survey period: January 24, 2020 – July 24

Respondents: 500 Indonesian men and women aged between 10-59 years old

From the chart above, it is shown that more than half of the respondents—67% (335 respondents) admit that they don’t wear glasses. Meanwhile, 33% (165 respondents) say that they wear glasses. 

People who wear glasses in their everyday lives have various reasons caused by genetics or habit. See the tips below to keep your eyes healthy!

Give yourself a good sleep 

There are many benefits you can get from a good night’s sleep. A night of good sleep will help your body recover. It will strengthen your immune system and increase mood. It’s perfect for your health, including the health you need for your eyes. 

Maintain your balanced diet

Make sure you eat a lot of veggies and fruits every day, especially those which are rich in antioxidants. Omega-3 is very good for the eyes. One of the foods you can consume is flaxseed oil, for it contains an important omega-3. 

Set your lighting 

Avoid reading in dim light. The best light for your eyes is the warm light. You can get it from the natural light and artificial sources, such as incandescent bulbs and LED bulbs. 

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