Nowadays, people tend to be more concerned about the way they look. They go to the gym, eat particular foods, drink gallons of mineral water every day and all their efforts are aimed at reaching their weight goal and the perfect appearance. The condition of the internal organs and the eyes in particular have somehow faded into the background.

Despite the fact that eyes are said to be “Your Window To The World” most people take their health for granted and underestimate the importance of taking proper care of their eyes until it becomes urgent and the first signs to an eye disease start reminding that you have neglected paying attention to this, otherwise crucial part of your body.

Understandably, to rush to the eye clinic as soon as you feel eye strain or any discomfort but in most cases, it’s too late. Your eyesight is already damaged.

Why don’t you try to avoid troubles in the foreseeable future by taking care of your eyes every day? Some insignificant changes in your daily routine and your eating habits wouldn’t cause you much inconvenience but they will help you lead a healthier way of life and preserve your clear vision for the years to come.

  • Eating proper and vital food might have an incredible impact of your eyes’ health. Salmon and any other fish in general is not only a low calorie food included in most diets but it is also rich in Omega 3 that is an irreplaceable ingredient in your fight for having healthy eyes. It is a well known fact that carrots contain a critical for the eye vision ingredient called beta carotene. Of course, any other fruit and vegetable – potatoes, broccoli, spinach- would help you lessen the negative impact the environment you live and work in have on your clear eye vision.
  • Always take your make up off before going to bed. Needless to say, the chemicals most make up products contain might have disastrous effect on your skin and eyes health. Take your time and wipe your mascara out, no matter how tired you are.
  • You can hardly find anybody who haven’t experienced the unpleasant puffness in the morning. Cucumbers are said to have a calming and soothing effect. Put a slice of cucumber onto your eyes for a couple of minutes and the puffness will be significantly reduced. You can get the same results if you put warm teabags of green tea.
  • Here comes the golden rule – avoid staring at the computer screen for long periods of time. If your job requires you sitting in from of the computer all day long, take short breaks on regular basis and use glasses to protect your eyes. In general people blink less when they are using a computer which causes dry eyes. It may sound weird but making a habit of regular blinking will undoubtedly help you in having clear eye vision. Of course, you can spend some time at the computer at your free time but try to cut down on goofing off to the minimum.

Remember that regardless of their price and quality, sunglasses are not, by any means, protective glasses unless they are dioptric ones.