Last Updated on January 31, 2024 by Neelam Singh
We live in a time where screens rule the world, which is why it becomes quite difficult to manage a healthy eyesight. Longer duration of screen usage, environmental conditions and sedentary lifestyle choices, all these factors contribute to eye strain, blurred vision, and other eyesight issues. To maintain good health of our eyes, here are some tips:
Eat Nutrient-Rich Diet
Nothing is better than eating healthy. Foods that are rich in Vitamins A, C, and E, as well as minerals like Zinc and omega-3 fatty acids contribute towards a healthy eyesight. Foods for healthy vision include carrots, leafy greens, citrus fruits, nuts and fish. Consult with your dietician and opt for these foods in to maintain good health of your eyes.
As we all know that a major part of our body is filled with water, making it an essential component of our diet. As and when these water levels go down beyond the limits, it causes dehydration. Dehydration reduces the moisture in our eyes, which eventually leads to dryness and discomfort. Consult your dietician in order to know the required amount of water in your body for proper hydration.
Have Adequate Sleep
Looking at the pace of our life, we hardly get the time to put ourselves to rest. Though it is next to impossible for us to put our minds to rest consistently, it is still possible for some body parts. The eyes replenish and repair themselves while we sleep. Lack of sleep causes eye fatigue, dryness, and blurred vision. Everybody has different needs when it comes to sleeping. Take an opinion from your doctor to know the appropriate duration of sleep that you need.
Practice Good Screen Habits
Our best friend in this generation is also our greatest enemy. The screens that connect us with the world also put a strain on our health at the same time. Talk to experts for healthy screen habits. Some of these habits might include adjusting appropriate screen brightness and ensuring that the screen is set at your eye level. Consider using blue light filters or anti-glare screens to reduce the strain on your eyes.
Above all, it’s vital to see an eye care professional on regular intervals. Regular eye check-ups enable immediate action by contributing in the early detection of any hidden issues. Keep in mind that lifestyle improvements take time to show results, so be cautious and focus on the well-being of your eyes’ health.
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