More and more our eyes are being demanded to stare, for hours at a time, at small screens, at television monitors, and smart phone screens – all this will lead to tired eyes, stressed eyes and also to aging vision problems.
But, bad eyesight or decreasing eyesight does NOT need to be a part of your aging process. Here are 3 tips to help you avoid eye problems from this eye stress lifestyle.
EAT For Eye Health
Eat for your eyes! Our eyes need specific nutrients so the can be at optimal health and functionality. multiple nutrients to function optimally.
Vitamins A, Vitamin C, And Vitamin E, your eyes also need minerals such as: copper , zinc. These are very important for good eye health.
Antioxidants, we all have heard of those, such as: beta-carotene, and the eye favorite lutein, and also zeaxanthin.
Anthocyanin: in blueberries, and grapes, and the well known goji-berries. These can help your vision health and how you “see”.
DHA, is scientifically researched to help your eyesight. This is an Omega 3 fatty acid that comes from coldwater fish such as salmon, and in sardines, and mackerel, also in cod. DHA gives structural support too boost our eye health. AND, DHA is very healthy for your heart, and your brain power also.
Exercises For Your Eyes
YES, there are exercises for your eyes. They help you to relax and de-stress your eyes, and they help you to strengthen your eye and to improve your vision and your eye-health.
And, In Today’s World: Give Your Eyes Some R & R Time!
I know this is easier said than done, but, it will help your eyes and your vision: GET ENOUGH SLEEP.
And, once per hour make sure that: Rest and relax your eyes for 10 minutes/1 hour. You can palm your eyes, close your eyes, and every important… look away at something that is at least 10 feet away and give your eyes the chance to focus on something that is at a farther point away than your “near” work.
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