What to Do to Prevent Tired Eyes
There are practical ways to prevent tired eyes. As always, moderation is key. Try not to overwork your eye muscles by spending too much time in front of the glare from television, computer or sunlight.
Remember healthy daily care and maintenance. Be sure to rest your eyes when they feel over taxed. Exercise extreme caution when cleaning with chemicals so they don’t get into your eyes. Flushing out your eyes with fresh water from time to time is a good idea to keep them free from germs, foreign particles, dust and smoke, especially if you are a smoker yourself.
For dryness, use eye or saline drops although a sea bath is best for washing out eyes. Try not to read in dim light or you’ll squint and not only damage your eyes but get premature frown or age lines which will add years to your face.
Don’t overlook the importance of fresh air so oxygen is allowed to pour through the eyes, nor the value of a proper eye massage to soothe your eyes along with cold presses, gels and creams and eye cover ups.
Do Eye Exercises to Treat Tired Eyes
Exercises are great to aid good circulation and better blood flow throughout the eyes. Proper rest and recuperation go hand in hand to cure your tired eyes.
Try these exercises:
First, standing face forward, chin up, focus eyes on floor then towards ceiling without moving head. Repeat at will from side to side.
Second, make circular rolling pattern with eye balls going both clockwise and anti clockwise.
Last, for an eye-brain teaser, study your environment ahead of you, close your eyes and try to picture and recall what you saw in your mind’s eye. This is also good to improve your power of observation!
After exercising, treat yourself to a nice compress of cool cucumbers and nutritional facial cream like avocado to really give your eyes and surrounding skin a well-deserved boost!
Using The Step by Step Vision Without Glasses Program for more Exercises
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