The famous ophthalmologist Dr. V. Bates proposes to do „eye gymnastics“: stand at the window for 10 seconds and look at some distant object, then turn glance at your watch (hand).
Eyes are the most sensible organ of the human body and require special care and rest. We spend several hours a day on a computer or in front of TV screens. And do so, every day.Statistics say that every 3rd person on Earth has a problem with eye’s vision.
We bring you a few tips how to improve eyesight and rest your eyes:
- Check lighting at home and in the area where you staying the most. If light improperly falling on your desktop, your eyes are more strained and get tired faster.
- If you are reading this, the light should fall on your left side. If you are in front of the computer, make a 2-3 minutes break every 30-40 minutes.
- Do not watch TV in complete darkness.
- If you have broken capillaries, vitamin C helps.
- If you spend a lot of time on the computer, beta-carotene and dried blueberries can help.
- If you have eyelids swollen, try to rub ice cubes on eyelids, or pour the chamomile tea and freeze in a bowl of ice.
If you have an inflammation of the eyes, the cause may be cigarette smoke, cosmetics, lighting, … etc. It is recommended to wear sunglasses with quality materials with UV protection.
The famous ophthalmologist Dr. V. Bates recommended eye gymnastics to help with tired eyes, to protect vision and to clear eye’s view.
Exercises for eyes from dr. V. Bates:
- Stand at the window and look at some distant object for app.10-seconds, then turn on your view on the hand or wrist watch. Repeat 15 times.
- Stand in the corner of the room. Do not move your head. Switch your view from a view of the right upper corner of the room in the left lower corner of the room fast, then in the left upper corner of the room in the participatory bottom. Repeat 50 times.
- In the front of bright light, stand 3 seconds looking at light, then cover your eyes with hand to rest. Repeat 15 times.
It is recommended to do these exercises 2x a day. After a month of regular exercise, take a break of 2-3 weeks. Start with exercises from scratch.