I am an avid eye rubber, until now! A friend told me that this could be bad for my eyes, so I did some research, and here is an interesting article. Read it! You might find some very useful information here.
1 out of 6 adults will have eye vision problems that will affect their vision. This risk increases with age. An American Academy of Ophthalmology recent reports states that 43+ million In America will develop some kind of age-related eye / vision disease by 2020. That’s a lot of people with eye problems.
To protect yourself against vision problems, and to promote eye health, here are some tips:
You can be pro active in your vision care and get better vision!
1 Don’t get enough vitamin A? Eat Carrots. Vitamin A deficiency is rare, but if you think your are NOT getting enough of it, here are some sources.
Don’t supplement for Vitamin A unless you do have a deficiency, talk to your doctor. Vitamin A is NOT water soluble, and will stay in your
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.
Here are two techniques / tips to help you relax your eyes and relief your stressed and tired eyes. The first tip is if you are in a place where you cannot lie down and relax… easy to do at work or school or anywhere. The second is if you do have the choice to just bow out of a busy day, and sit or lie down in a quiet place for a few moments.
For a lifelong way to help strengthen your eyes, check out the “Rebuild Your Vision” program, for both long term eye exercises and nutrition. Ok, Let’s go:
There is a way to start to do rehab with your eyes… and that is NOT using your glasses / contacts as a “crutch”. This is a simple, but very effective way to start your natural vision improvement.
By using glasses / contacts consistently you are actually enabling vision deterioration. Your eyes use these corrective lenses as a crutch.
Bottom Line Is: Your lenses could be making your vision worse!