8 Bad Habits That Can Make You Blind


Smoking increases the risk of age-related macular degeneration and cataracts, which can lead to blindness.

Not Wearing Sunglasses

Long-term exposure to sunlight without proper eye protection can increase the risk of cataracts and other eye problems.

Rubbing Your Eyes

Rubbing your eyes can damage the cornea and increase the risk of infection.

Using Expired Eye Drops

Expired eye drops may lose their effectiveness or cause further damage to your eyes.

Using Dirty Contact Lenses

Using dirty contact lenses can lead to eye infections and corneal ulcers.

Not Taking Off Makeup Before Sleeping

Wearing makeup overnight can lead to eye irritation and infection.

Not Getting Enough Sleep 

 Lack of sleep can cause eye fatigue and dryness, which can lead to vision problems.

Eating an Unhealthy Diet

A diet lacking in nutrients such as vitamins A, C and E can increase the risk of eye problems.

Ignoring Eye Problems 

Ignoring symptoms of eye problems such as blurry vision or eye pain can lead to further damage and even blindness