How to improve eyesight at home

April 04, 2016, 18:28

Chso that your eyes do not fail you, you need to learn how to take care of them. How can you improve your eye­sight at home?

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In the mod­ern world, when work is often con­nect­ed with a com­put­er, and in our free time we read books, mag­a­zines and watch TV, it is very dif­fi­cult to pro­tect our eye­sight. Exces­sive overex­er­tion, as a rule, leads to visu­al impair­ment. How­ev­er, this prob­lem can be coun­tered if you know a few sim­ple rules.

To improve vision, train your eyes

Despite the fact that there is no sci­en­tif­ic cal­cu­la­tion of the safe time of work­ing at a com­put­er or spend­ing time in front of the TV, oph­thal­mol­o­gists rec­om­mend tak­ing a break from the mon­i­tor every 2 hours for 15 min­utes. The sim­plest exer­cise for the eyes comes down to rotat­ing them clock­wise and coun­ter­clock­wise, squeez­ing the eye­lids, or sim­ply clos­ing your eyes for a minute. Such a sim­ple exer­cise (2–3 times a day) will sig­nif­i­cant­ly improve eye nutri­tion and help improve vision.

Useful Tips for Better Vision

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Those who spend at the com­put­er 8 hours a day should be espe­cial­ly atten­tive to their vision.

  • The cen­ter of the mon­i­tor should be 8–10 cm below eye lev­el. The opti­mal dis­tance to it is two of its diag­o­nals.
  • When work­ing with text, make sure that the let­ters are not too small. The 14th pin is con­sid­ered the most com­fort­able for the eyes.
  • Avoid the white back­ground on the splash screen. The eyes get tired quick­ly from the white dots of the screen, but not from the black dots. There­fore, you need to make the desk­top col­or clos­er to black, and the back­ground of the win­dows to gray.
  • To soothe your eyes after a busy day, place thin slices of raw pota­to over closed eyes and leave for 2–3 min­utes.

Vision Improvement Products

  • Spinach. It can be used both on its own and in light sal­ads and snacks with veg­eta­bles, sea­soned with olive oil.
  • Blue­ber­ry. Both raw berries and blue­ber­ry jam are good for vision. Phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal tea made from ripe fruits is also use­ful.
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  • Car­rot. It is well absorbed both raw and boiled or stewed, with a lit­tle but­ter or sour cream.
  • Corn. The prod­uct con­tains about 2 ml of lutein and zeax­an­thin, pig­ments that play an impor­tant role in the restora­tion of the reti­na.

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