If you look at dark red light for three minutes once a week in the morning, you can improve your vision.
This is the opinion of researchers from the University College London.
According to scientists, exposure to red light triggers mitochondrial cells, thereby increasing vision.
According to the study, color contrast vision improves by about 17% after of how the eyes are exposed to red light. The effect lasts about a week.
As the scientists explained, the retina of the eye begins to age at about 40 years old, when the mitochondria of the cells begin to shrink.