In 1981, Australia launched an activity called “Slip Slop Slap”. Gull Sid encourages people to put on T-shirts, sunscreen, cheap Ray Bans UK and hats to minimize ultraviolet radiation and reduce sunburn and skin cancer risk.
By 2007, the slogan of the event became “Slip Slop Slap Seek Slide”. As a result, the initiative now includes the search for shade and put on the best fake Ray Bans to further reduce UV rays’ exposure to people. This emphasizes the importance of protecting the eyes (and the skin around the eyes) from UV radiation.
Unprotected eyes are exposed to ultraviolet light usually do not have any symptoms for a short period of time.
But without protection in cheap Ray Bans UV radiation or exposed to strong ultraviolet radiation exposure for a long time (including the sun, welding arc, snow bed and tanning beds) will create an eye light keratitis (photokeratitis).
This can be understood as sunburn (cornea, a clear and transparent layer in front of the eye). Ultraviolet radiation can kill the outermost layer of cells in the cornea.
Intense pain can occur in about 6-12 hours after exposure to the sun.
The treatment of light keratitis involves oral analgesics and the use of an eye antibiotic ointment (used to prevent the injured cornea from being infected) while waiting for the regeneration of the corneal cells.
The full recovery process takes 24-72 hours, and then people can completely free from the complications of light keratitis.
Repeated exposure to UV radiation lacking of eye protection can lead to permanent eye damage. Ocular diseases caused by long-term ultraviolet radiation consist of the following diseases:
For cataract patients, their fake Ray Bans lenses become transit from transparent to cloudy. This can lead to blurred vision, which can eventually lead to blindness if not treated in time. It is estimated that 20% of cataracts are caused or worsened by ultraviolet radiation.
Wearing cheap Ray Ban sunglasses is one of the most effective ways to prevent cataract.
Surgery is needed to remove cataracts when severe visual impairment is present. In Australia these operations cost more than $320 million annually.
This is a benign corneal conjunctival hyperplasia. The conjunctiva is a layer of transparent film covered the sclera (the white part) and generally does not cover the cornea. Although it is not carcinogenic, the presence of pterygium can cause chronic irritation, redness and swelling.
They develop slowly from months to years, and will blur the vision when the pupils are covered. They can also cause astigmatism (an improperly curved cornea), which can obscure vision.
For the treatment of pterygium which is not serious and does not affect vision, only artificial tears are needed for lubrication. Pterygium affecting vision may require surgical resection.
Similarly, long-term exposure to ultraviolet light without protection is a major factor in the development of pterygium.
Macular degeneration, a degenerative disease affects the retina (which are responsible for the central part of the central vision) and the central part (macular). Macular degeneration can lead to severe vision damage.
The treatment of macular degeneration consists of direct injection of drugs into the eyes, in order to limit the deterioration of the disease; but this method does not cure the exist injury.
Although ultraviolet radiation is not as associated with macular lesions as it is associated with cataracts and pterygium, shortwave radiation and blue light (which appears in bright sunlight) can damage the retina. Macular lesions are associated with light exposure.
Therefore, wearing cheap Ray Ban sunglasses outlet plays an important role in limiting the excessive light exposure to the retina.
Although this is relatively rare, but long-term ultraviolet irradiation are closely related with the growth incidence of several cancer. These include: squamous cell carcinoma of conjunctiva, intraocular melanoma and skin cancer around the eyelid and eye without sunscreen.
The treatment of these cancers sometimes may require surgery to remove the entire eyeball.