You say you eat enough veggies. Are you consuming enough of the type that support vision?
To function well, the brain needs the same antioxidants present in the eye. In a recent study, 64 healthy adults, aged 18 to 32, took 20 mg of zeaxanthin alone; 26 mg of zeaxanthin, plus 8 mg of lutein, plus 3,190 mg of omega-3s per day; OR a placebo.
After only four months, both zeaxanthin groups improved compared to placebo, including seeing and tracking the movement of fine detail against a background; more quickly identifying a moving object, its path, direction, and speed; and physically reacting faster to a fast-moving object.
The results suggest lutein, zeaxanthin, and omega-3s improve visual processing even in young, healthy people at their peak efficiency.
Reference: PLoS One; September, 2014, Published Online