I smoke cigarettes. I don't have to see the damage. I feel it, every puff.Jessica, with all due respect: smoking a cigarette has no DISCERNABLE (perceptable) health effect. It does NOT follow that if you can't see the damage, that there is no damage. Every moment your eyes are exposed to direct unfiltered sunlight, your eyes are damaged. This is not something that a wise person would argue isn't true because their vision is 20/20 and they've been doing it for years. (That makes no sense, at all: its an apples and oranges argument). Do not stare into the Sun, and in an ideal world if you go out into the sun, wear sunglasses, at the very least avoid directly looking at the Sun, ever. The health effects are well established, there is no "safe" level of UV exposure for your eyes. I am posting this (off topic), because I have some hope you will benefit from it, I don't mean to offend.
Bummer for me, being an addict, but you don't seem to understand feeling. And you can stop implying that i'm not intelligent. Thank you again.
Oh, and sun glasses made my eyes more sensitive to light, before, so I stopped using them. Now, I can handle more light better.
You don't offend me.