6 Effective Ways to Protect Your Eyes

6 Effective Ways to Protect Your Eyes

With the acceleration of people's life rhythm and the popularization of screens such as computers and mobile phones, eye protection has become more and more important. Currently, people of all ages may have some eye problems, such as dry eye, tearing, myopia, glaucoma, etc. In order to better protect our eyes, the following six effective ways may help you.

1. Play table tennis or other eye-friendly sports

When playing table tennis, we need to roll our eyes quickly, to the left or right, to rotate or not to rotate. In order to make accurate judgments, the information of the eyeball is mainly obtained through the eyes. The high-speed movement of the eye contributes to eye training. Not only table tennis, other ball games or activities are also good, such as badminton, basketball, football and so on. Arrange the training method reasonably according to your own time. It is best to absorb the energy of nature and exercise in a relaxed state in the outdoor sunshine or under the shade of a tree.

2. Cover eyes by hand

Rub your hands together and cover your eyes. After three minutes, put your hands down, and don't open your eyes yet. At this time, everything in front of you is red or orange. Then open your eyes and look forward, you will feel the light before your eyes. But don't cover too hard. When covering, it should be hollow, and the palm should not directly touch the eyes. It's okay to lie down and cover your eyes, or let others cover them. It's better to cover your eyes and your cheeks with heat and sweat slightly.

3. Warm compress with a towel

Prepare a pure cotton towel soaked in warm water, and twist it wet, the temperature is controlled within 40 degrees, and a hot compress is strictly prohibited. The warm feeling slowly seeps into the eyes. Three to five minutes at a time, it is best to feel warm for more than half an hour each time, and change the towel when it is cold.

4. Warm compress with egg

Peel the hot eggs in the morning and close your eyes. Then use the egg to roll back and forth around the eyelids and eye sockets to relax the muscles and activate blood and increase the heat. You need to stop when the eggs are not hot.

Most office workers are glued to their computer screens at work, so focused that they probably don't blink for 30-60 seconds. Over time, the tears in our eyes will evaporate, causing direct exposure to the air, which can damage the corners of our eyes, and we can wet our eyes for about 10 seconds after blinking. So we need to self-hypnotize, constantly telling ourselves that our eyes are getting brighter with every blink.

6. Eat more fruits and vegetables

Most of us know that vitamin A is good for our eyes, but vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin and eating too much of it can be bad. So the best way to get it is from fruits and vegetables, such as carrots. Carotene in carrots can synthesize vitamin A, and is the best source of vitamin A in the body.