The eyes are senses that receives signals from the environment and transmits them to the brains. The eyes are not only organs which take care of the sight but they also play an important role in the regulation of the day and night rhythms. About 50% of the circuits are affected by light in the brains . This means that they also have a direct effect on metabolism. The anatomical structure of the eye includes the following components: iris , cornea , retina and lens. The light-sensitive cells are known as rods and cones.
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The eyes are part of our vital senses and provide information from the environment. The eyes work closely, and are inextricably linked, with the brain. Light stimuli are picked up by the retina and passed on to the brain for processing. The cranial nerve transports the stimuli to the visual cortex through which images are created.
The right diet can help keep your eyes in optimal condition, including later in life. Today, our eyes are continuously exposed to various external influences, including sunlight and blue light from devices such as mobile phones, tablets and TVs. Antioxidants, carotenoids, omega-3 and minerals can support the optimal functioning of the eyes. In addition, there are some products specifically intended for the sensitive skin around the eyes, including MitoQ's Eye Renew Cream.