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Keeping our eyes healthy is vital for good vision. But more than that, it can also help us to look our best. While any visual issues need to be treated by a medical professional, there are many ways that naturally-occurring remedies can be used to reduce puffiness and dark circles, keeping your eyes looking and feeling bright, sparkling and vibrant.
It’s simple, but effective; water is sometimes the best remedy. If you are suffering from dry eyes, or simply want to eliminate dark circles under your eyes, drinking lots of water will make a difference. If you’re bored by the taste, add fresh fruit for a sweeter flavour, or try drinking herbal teas. Cut down on coffee and other caffeinated drinks, too, because these act as diuretics, sapping water from your system. Are you guilty of going long periods without a drink? Keep a jug of water on your desk at work, or carry a bottle with you on the go.
Too much screen time can dehydrate your eyes, so be strict about taking regular breaks from your computer.
Your diet is important for eye health, so aim for a rich and varied intake of fruits, vegetables and oily fish. Vitamin A, vitamin C and omega-3 oils are nutrients that are particularly vital for ocular health. Try these these superfoods, as part of a healthy, balanced diet, and find out why Brussels Sprouts are a great choice for good vision.
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Looking for a refreshing, natural beauty treatment? These home remedies can all help to revitalise tired eyes.
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Just like the rest of your body, your eyes can benefit from massage and exercise. Massage can help increase blood flow to the area, as well as relaxing your muscles and preventing eye strain. Using a few drops of coconut or olive oil, gently rub the areas around your eyes, including the brows and feel revitalised.
Effective eye exercises can reduce strain and dryness. Something as simple as regular breaks to blink can help keep your eyes relaxed and fresh. Try opening your eyes wide, before blinking repeatedly. To give yourself a break from focusing in harsh lighting conditions, warm your hands by rubbing them together, before placing one palm over each eye.
These natural remedies are all great tips for healthy eyes. If you’re looking for a way to improve your vision permanently, why not consider laser eye surgery?
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