A Recap Of Some Important Tips To Improve Eyesight
1. You Need To Do The 101010 Rule!
The Rebuild Your Vision Program stresses the 10-10-10. This is because we forget about it during our busy days, but this rule is so important to follow. If you, like me, sit in front of a computer screen, working for hours at a time, then it is so easy to just forget, or, to push it aside, but, to keep your eyes healthy, you need to follow this rule. And, just to remind you, the 10-10-10 rule is simple: Every 10 minutes, look away from your screens / monitors for 10 seconds, at a scene / object that is 10 feet away.
2. Eat More Vegetables And Fruits To Improve Eyesight
All the phytonutrients, the antioxidants fight disease and improve our general health, and specifically eye health. Eating a variety of vegetables and fruit daily, and cutting out the sugars, refined flours will get you on a road to eye health. Many doctors even recommend a diet high in antioxidants once diagnosed with macular degeneration.
3. If You Don’t Eat The Veggies, Then Love Your Vitamins
The Ocu-Plus vitamin is a low-cost, proven formula of 17 minerals, vitamins and herbals that not only enhances everyday vision but helps protect against cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration.
4. Go For That Much Talked About And Needed Walk
I’m just saying, we all understand the importance of walking / hiking. Take your kids, your spouses, your dogs and walk. It’s so good for you. And yes, it helps control your blood pressure.
5. Do Your Sunglasses Have Up To 100 Percent Protection Against UV Rays?
I am pretty sure that you wear sunglasses, but, are they the right ones? Are your sunglasses really protecting your eyes from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays? Don’t buy them just because they make you look good, or look sexy? Find out how good the ones are that you have, and check out this website to help you find out how to get the right ones.
6. Get Your Sleep!
Did you know that both stress and lack of sleep can cause you to have blurry vision? Yup, that’s true. Make sure you get the right amount of sleep for you, and try and manage your stress also.