Protect Your Eyesight – Part 1


Ok, again today’s topic is not only for women but is useful for everyone.

aishwarya-rai-eyes.jpgEyesight – we take it for granted, we stare at computer screens all day long (for many of us, long nights too), we sit too close to the television, we read books lying down or on the bus/train, we read with improper lighting. In fact, we do almost everything we should not do.

Yet, our eyes keep working hard for us. Without them, our lives would come to a standstill. We won’t be able to read, watch television, go out alone, watch our children grow, enjoy the movies, play sport, do hobbies like knitting, sewing, needlecraft, drive, and so much more.

So, what can we do to change things?

One way is to do simple relaxation exercises for the eyes. You can find a lot of them on the internet. 

Another way is to adopt some good habits like taking a break every 1/2 hour or so after computer use, watching television, reading etc,  use proper lighting for reading and fine work, etc.

A simple but effective yoga exercise for the eyes is called “Tratak”. Besides helping to preserve your eyesight, it has other great benefits like improving you concentration, making you feel calmer and much more.  Try it today.

In another post, I will write about Homeopathic remedies that are useful in eye conditions.

Go ahead and protect one of your most precious gifts, your eyesight….


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One Response to Protect Your Eyesight – Part 1

  1. Gene Broody says:

    I am amazed by the fact that in a human race as shrewd and sophisticated as ours, that so few people seem to pay attention to invaluable options which are readily accessible to them to enhance their personal health. It seems that a majority of people are more interested in a band aid in the form of a MD visit and precriptions than in supervising their own health process, and doing so in a way that is natural, predictable, and sustainable. That is what makes me treasure endeavors like yours to educate and prompt individuals to executing. I hope that through these campaigns, and others, that awareness increases rapidly and the population at large returns to a mindset of individual health that doesn’t rely upon specialists and drugs.

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