If you are a beginner or aspiring swimmer, or simply want to go swimming in a pool for fun this summer, it is critical that you wear goggles for eye safety. If you're a seasoned swimmer, you already know what I'm talking about. When it comes to swimming, goggles are a must-have.
First and foremost, we must comprehend the structure of our bodies. Humans, unlike many other marine creatures, were not designed to live and function underwater. As a result, the human eye is not meant to work in water. Have you ever attempted to open your eyes when underwater? So, what happens next? It's hazy and tough to discern. Without some form of underwater vision, we just cannot see properly.
This is where goggles come in to protect our eyes from being wet while still allowing us to see clearly in the water. When you add in the fact that many people require corrective lenses or contacts to see effectively, it's evident that you can't swim or move around in the water without goggles.