Technology products have been widespread, phones, laptops, and tablets so more and more people are nearsighted at a very young age nowadays. This is a serious modern problem that needs to address.

Protect eye exercises can do it from small daily habits and these habits forming can make big change.

Protect eye health by doing daily habits

  1. Go see the eye doctor at least once a year
    Especially people with high myopia above 600 degrees should be checked every six months to one year, or have some certain diseases, such as diabetes, hypertension, and hyperlipidemia patients. Or people with a family history of ophthalmology and these people are a high-risk group and need to be checked in a certain frequency. People with previous eye injuries should discuss with their doctor how often they should have follow-up checkups. If people do not have the above problems, checking once a year when they arrive around their 40s is suggested.
    Here is an even simpler check for you. Open one eye and close one eye which means using one eye, in turn, to see if there is any abnormality in vision. For example, if the vision of one eye suddenly deteriorates, it may be a disease, and you must seek medical help immediately.
  2. Wear sunglasses when the sun is out
    Going out around 10 am-3 pm when the sunlight is at its strongest, wear sunglasses and a hat with a big edge to avoid direct sunlight. And please make sure that the hat has an anti-ultraviolet effect, also sunglasses is recommended to buy at professional stores to be sure it does can prevent ultraviolet.
  3. Take 10 minutes of rest after every 30 minutes of concentration
    It is important to take a break for a while when you focus on one thing. Simply get up for a walk or pour a glass of water, just to stop what your eyes focus on, and look at the farther place to get a break.
  4. Be conscious of blinking more
    It is related to point 3, because if people continue concentrating on one thing, they would blink less unconsciously, and there is often an air conditioner on at the workplace, making eyes feel dry more quickly. Therefore, taking a break every 30 minutes and closing your eyes for a while will be helpful a lot.
  5. Use phones, or read books in a motionless place and with enough light
    Please do not use your phone, or read books when you are on the way to work or school, it is really bad for the eyes. It can make the eyes get myopia and astigmatism due to the moving transportation and deficient light.
  6. Choose a bigger size of technology products instead of small ones
    The small screen makes the eyes look extra strained and easily fatigued. If you use a laptop with a smaller screen for portability, try to shorten the usage time as much as possible.
    The working environment and the light source of the computer screen should not be adjusted too brightly, it is better to be comfortable and soft. Especially when the light source of the screen is too bright, it is easy to make the eyes uncomfortable.
  7. Massage and hot compress to relieve eye fatigue
    Spend 5-10 minutes with a hot compress on the eyes to promote blood circulation around the eyes, which can help the eyes relax and rest.
  8. Have a balanced diet
    Besides doing the above points which we just mentioned is important, having a balanced diet is key to eye health. We are going to talk about which kinds of food are good for the eyes in the next paragraph, so you know how to pick your food for bettering your eye health!

What food is beneficial for eye health

A balanced diet is the most important thing to your overall health. However, do you know the fact that certain categories of foods have more impact on eye health? If you maintain a diet that includes certain types of vitamins, nutrients, and minerals, it might help you prevent some eyes related problems. Like do you remember back when we were little, our parents always asked us to eat carrots more since they said it was good for our eyes? The reason is that they contain vitamin A and beta-carotene, which are essential for eye health.

Besides carrots, there are many foods and various nutrients that can support your vision and eye health. Let's talk about it so you know how to add it to your daily diet to better your eye health!

  • Green leafy vegetables
    Like sweet potato leaves and spinach, they are rich in lutein, and zeaxanthin, which cannot produce by the body itself, so add green veggies to meals to protect the retina and protect the retina from blue light damage.
    Try to add green veggies to the meal as much as possible, add them to a salad or on the side of your meal.
  • Egg
    Egg yolk contains vitamins A, E, lutein, zeaxanthin, and zinc. Vitamin A can protect the cornea, and lutein, zeaxanthin, and zinc is good for the health of the retina and night vision maintenance and prevents further serious eye-related problems, such as age-related macular degeneration. Eggs can be cooked in many various ways and are easy to add to a meal. Whether it can be poached, scrambled, fried egg, and add to sandwiches or salads, or made into omelets. It's simple to make for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks.
  • Fish
    Eat more salmon and mackerel, they contain the nutrient: Omega-3, which plays an important role in the development of vision, reducing inflammation, and dry eye, and maintaining retinal health. The composition of Omega-3 includes DHA, which is an essential nutrient for eye health. Its effects include reducing eye dryness and promoting optic nerve development. Vegetarians could have other options which are eating nuts, linseed oil, and olive oil, which also have the same nutritional effect!
  • Nuts, almonds, peanuts, seeds
    They are rich in vitamin E. Almonds, walnuts, cashews, and peanuts are all good choices, which can help reduce the risk of age-related eye diseases. Since they are high in calories, it is recommended to consume 1 to 2 servings of nuts per day and it can reach the daily requirement. You can add it to yogurt, or salads, or directly eat them as snacks when you feel like eating something.
  • Citrus fruits, guava
    Vitamin C has an anti-oxidation function, prevents the retina from being damaged by ultraviolet rays, prevents the aging of the lens, supports healthy blood vessels in your eyes, and promotes the health of the eyes.
    Simply consuming these fruits as snacks or blending them as juice is a good option!
  • Deep purple food
    It includes blueberries, grapes, cherries, beets, and eggplants.
    Anthocyanin is a bioflavonoid compound (Bioflavonoids), which exists in deep purple food, and is a powerful antioxidant. The job of anthocyanins existing in plants is to protect their surface from ultraviolet rays. Thus, it can be an antioxidant for the eyes preventing light oxidation.

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