Eight Do’s and Don’ts to improve your Eyesight
Normally we are using our eyes to stare at small fonts and images more than ever before. While we stay our busy carrying out our daily routines and spent hours in front of the computer screen or glued to a good book, we rarely take time out to visit the eye doctor. However, there are a few simple exercises that you can carry out that hardly much time of effort.
Here some of the tips and tricks listed that are designed to strengthen your natural eyesight and helps take care of your eyes in a matter of minutes.
Feed your eyes
Do: eat food rich in vitamin A. Vitamin C, Lutein and beta-carotene as they help repair the eyes such as sweet potatoes, butter, papaya, blueberries, apricot and grapes.
Don’t: Say not greens, snack on kale, spinach, collard greens, Brussels sprouts etc.
Get some rest
Do: get enough rest, since sleep allowed over work eye muscles relax completely.
Don’t: stay engaged in one activity for long, take regular breaks just for 5-10 minutes to rest your eyes.
Do: up your water intake, if your eyes are often dry, blurry or tired.
Don’t: just wash your face, whenever you have a few extra times fill your mouth with water and splash water with your eyes wide open. This will leave you the refreshment.
Exercise your eyes
Do: relaxation exercises place your hand together palm to palm and rub them together briskly creating heat.
Don’t: let light in whenever you’re exercising your eyes, and perform these exercise especially when you have been sitting in front of the computer for hours.
Orange you glad
Do: eat carrots and other food contains bête carotene which provides food with their orange hue, promotes eye health and correct vision.
Don’t: Forget omega 3 found in nuts and colds fish; these fatty acids help keep your retinas healthy and stop age-related problems.