Top Two Ways To Reduce Eye Strain

Eye strain is a common problem nowadays. It can happen for a number of causes. Some common reasons are a lack of sleep, staring at digital devices for long stretches of time, reading in low light for a long time without taking a disruption, allergies, incorrect vision medicine and exposure to bright light and some kind of eye problem.

 Here are the top 2ways to reduce eye strain.

  • Cold Water

Cold H2O can also be very effective in relieving mild eye strain. It can improve body fluid circulation; relax tired muscles around your eyes, and decrease eye swelling and puffiness. Splash some cold water on your expression and closed eyes whenever your eyes feel strained or tired. It will have a fast relaxing impact on your eyes. For a more concentrated remedy, dip a soft washcloth in cold H2O and wring out the extra moisture. Place the cold washcloth on your closed eyelids for 1 minute. Repeat as required. If you have puffiness along with stressed eyes, use a cold compress. Wrap a few ice cubes in a spotless cloth. Place it on your closed eyelids. The pomposity will decrease after 5 to 10 minutes of application.

  • Eye Massage

To decrease eye strain, gently massage your eyelids daily. It will recover blood circulation to the eyes and also lower the muscles around your eyes. At the same time, it will rouse the tear glands, which will help prevent dry eyes.

 Use your fingers to mildly massage your eyelids and muscles above the eyebrows for about 10 to 20 seconds. Gently massage you reduce eyelid against the lower bone for about 10 to 20 seconds. Massage the temple and upper cheek bones, also. Do this 1 or 2 times every day.

Note: You can use a few droplets of olive oil or an eye cream for a smooth massage.

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