I recently started wearing glasses, not because of permanent nearsightedness, but because I have suffered from weak computer vision for so long. However, some things about the eyes are no longer true, thanks to scientific findings.
For example, you don't have to rely on carrots for good vision.
Also, you can read in the dark if having a headache for a bit is okay with you.
Read more about the eyes here. And inform your family members who can get concerned for the wrong reasons.
You might get a headache from reading in the dark, but there is currently no scientific proof to support the idea that your eyes will get affected. However, there is no long-term study yet to fully seal the deal, but for now you can read in the dark, but remember to read during daylight because that is really beneficial.
Actually, you can get as close as you want. Yes, you might get a headache or get blurry eyes, but that's temporary. Only the oldest televisions emitted x-rays that were dangerous to the eyes. Be careful about the computer screens, though, they might just affect your vision far longer.
Yes, decent sight depends on vitamin A, but the body only needs a little amount of it. Besides, you can get the same vitamins from milk or cheese. Stop the carrot monopoly!
Actually, your eyesight might get worse only because you're getting older, i.e. you're aging..
Actually, it doesn't matter if you do this because the activity utilizes the same muscles needed by our eyes to look at everything.
You can't really outgrow lazy eyes. After just four months, parents should deal with the condition because it could really get bad for the child.
You can never restore the damaged optic nerve. You can still protect your remaining vision though.
This is basically impossible because your eye has a lining in your eyelids that connects the eye to the eyelids, so a contact can't really get behind your eyes. It can only get stuck to your eyelid, chill.