towels. Friday , September 29th , 2017 - 19:11:11 PM
In the late 60s, the US Air Force commissioned studies to find ways to combat the tunnel vision and blackout experienced by pilots during high G-force maneuvers. One technique researched was the use of isometric hand-grips. When the test subjects squeezed a control stick, their blood pressure would spike, thereby increasing blood flow to the brain and preventing loss of vision and consciousness.
In most people, it takes a few weeks to get the deepest benefits from isometrics. Also, when you quit doing them, your overall blood pressure will tend to creep back up to where you were before - you have to stick with it for it to work.
Cleaning your glasses with paper towels is not advisable for the same reason why you should not use them on screens - they can damage the surface. This is especially true for lenses and their delicate coating. A paper towel that is dry can actually scratch the coating and that is the last thing you want to see on your glasses. Given the high price of glasses, you most likely do not want to damage them in such a careless manner. You should be really carefull the way you treat your glasses. That is why you should use a cloth that has been approved by your optician.
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