Keep headlights, windows, windshields and wipers clean and
functioning well. The inside of the windshield is often overlooked
when cleaning your car and can be covered with a film that clouds
vision and creates more glare and haze in "dusk"
Replace windshield glass if it has any cracks that impede clear
When faced with oncoming headlights, look slightly left or
right, rather than directly into them.
Don't smoke. According to the American Academy of
Ophthalmology, studies continue to show cigarette smoking is
responsible for a wide range of health problems, including eye
diseases such as cataracts, which contribute to poor night
Increase your intake of vitamin E or supplement your diet with
foods that contain vitamin E. A study in Ophthalmology, the
Journal of the American Academy of Ophthalmology shows that the
risk of cataract growth is reduced one-third in regular users of
multivitamin supplements, and by about one-half in regular users of
vitamin E supplements.
Make sure you have routine eye exams and, if necessary, are
wearing an updated pair of eyeglasses, preferably with an