Tuesday, August 7, 2007


Taking Care of Eyes.
I am working long hours on the PC - what can I do , this is my job- Yes and I use eye-glass but nowadays my eyes are sending some signal ."Pay Attention- Pay Attention!" They are burning whole day and especially in the morning they are still burning. They are red and itching too much. Anyway today I decided to search about EYE CARE. I have to do something about them. The eyes are the most important part of the body and we always neglect to care for them . And I found some AYURVEDA treatment and suggests. An they are :
- Do not wash the eyes with hot water
- Do not wash the eyes when the body is sweating
- Do not stare
- Sleeping sunrise is harmful for the eyes.
- If you have to stay late, drink a cup of water after each hour
- Avoid staying long in such conditions- dust , strong sunlight, strong wind, smoke.If you have to stay blink ofter and massage with your palms
- Every morning fill your mouth with water, close the eyes and sprinkle water on them about 10-15 times.
- Do eyes exercise- moving eye ball- right and left, upward and downwards and rotating it.
-Rub the palms of both hands for about 30 seconds, close the eyes and gently place the warm palms over the eyes.
-Eat carrot and cabbage - raw.
-Put one drop of honey in each eyes once a week

Image source : Devianart Web site



I work on the computer most of the day as well. I can feel the effects on my eyes at the end of the day.

Tammy Duplessie said...

I don't know about putting honey in my eyes, but 'm going to try the other tips. Thanks!

Cosmetics and Perfumes said...

I tried to put honey on my eyes. yes it was little itching but today- this morning- there was no pain or redness in my eyes :))

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Vision Guide said...

Hi there!
If you spend a lot of time each day in front of a computer, you are likely to experience symptoms of computer vision syndrome (CVS). CVS is a term used to describe a collection of symptoms caused by prolonged computer use. Symptoms appear because the eyes and brain react differently to words on a computer screen than they do to printed text.

Learn ways to cope with Computer Vision Syndrome at my About.com vision guide site.

Dr. Bedinghaus, OD

Cosmetics and Perfumes said...

Thank yo very much DR .
I will visit your site immedately.