Eye Care: Whoever blinks first wins
Blinking helps the eyes. Especially when you sit a lot in front of screens, you blink too little and your eyes don’t get enough moisture. Eye care…
How To REDUCE WRINKLES Around Eyes – BOOST COLLAGEN (Anti-Ageing For Eyes)
Switch off and drink tea
Swollen eyes? Cool compresses and masks will help you. What is also easy in everyday life are eye wraps. To do this, let a tea bag (preferably healthy organic tea) cool down or wrap it in cotton wool and place it on your closed eyes. This not only refreshes the eyes, but generally makes you feel good.
But please do not use chamomile tea, as it contains the finest hairs that can irritate the eyes.
Whoever blinks first wins
Blinking helps the eyes. Especially when you sit a lot in front of screens, you blink too little and your eyes don’t get enough moisture. It’s best to keep looking away and blink a few extra times. Simple but true.
Eyes shut and go for it
It may be more difficult to implement at work, but it is particularly valuable at home: making eyes. It helps from time to time to simply close your eyes and relax for a few moments. You can also gently place your palms on your eyes to darken them completely. The warmth of the hands and the closed eyes help to relax overworked eyes.
Food for the eyes
Certain nutrients and foods are particularly good for the eye. Not only oranges, grapefruit and tangerines are rich in vitamin C – broccoli, Brussels sprouts and kale even surpass them. Omega-3 fatty acids from cold-water fish prevent dry eyes.
You can be seen
If you have trouble concentrating while reading or the letters are getting blurry, it might just be time for an eye test. Then you can relax and calm your eyes, but you still need visual aids. Even if you already wear glasses or contact lenses, your eyesight may have changed.
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