Even as you go about the humdrum chores of daily life, somebody somewhere is swooning over the twinkle in your eyes.
And, for your own sake too, it’s important, nay necessary that you take care of your own pair of eyes for, you only live once isn’t it?
Reading in poor light hurts
This is pure fiction. In the pre-electricity world, most nocturnal reading and other work was done over dim candle or gas lights. No eyeballs were hurt then, highly unlikely it will hurt now
Burying your nose in a book or sitting too close to the TV harms
The vast majority of us like to focus at work. So such behaviour is very common among bibliophiles and couch potatoes and doesn’t cause or worsen near-sightedness or any other eye issue
Using the eyes too much tires them
Just like we’ll not lose our olfactory senses by smelling too much, or auditory ones by hearing too much, God made the eyes for seeing and we won’t lose sight by using them for their right bodily use
Glasses impair vision-related
No, they most certainly do not. Glasses determine how light is perceived by our eyes. Nothing more, nothing less. At best, wrong glasses might induce headache
’20/20′ vision means perfect eyes
’20/20′ denotes a person with superior central vision which doesn’t negate other kinds of blurring like side vision, night vision, or colour vision