1. Go For A Daily Walk
Regular physical activity helps you stave off cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes — two risk factors for chronic eye disease.
2. Keep Your Weight In A Healthy Zone
Being overweight or obese increases inflammation and elevates the risk of high blood pressure, arterial disease, and diabetes all enemies of the eye.
3. Cucumber Juice
Cucumber juice is not only extremely refreshing, it is also great for eye health. It is one of the most popular natural eye health care components. The addition of a few slices of cucumber into your drink can really bring it up a notch. This is because of cucumber’s anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce redness both in the eye and around it.
Carrots are gorgeous and wholesome vegetables. They are very versatile and impart an amazing color to any dish. They are loaded with beta-carotene, an antioxidant and a precursor of vitamin A. Scientists have found that consuming carrots improves night vision in people and can prevent deterioration of eyesight. Carrots also help prevent oxidative damage and inflammation the two major causes of eyesight problems.
5. Use Tea Bags
Apply cool tea bags over closed eyes. Don’t use herbal tea bags because most aren’t as effective as the black tea bags.
6. Chilled Cotton Balls
Dip cotton balls in cold water and keep them on your eyes for 5-10 minutes.
7. Wear Your Sunglasses
Sunglasses help averts cataracts and crow’s feet. Ultraviolet (UV) rays can damage your eyes any time of the year, and in forenoon and late afternoon, too not just noon. Select sunglasses with large lenses or even wraparound lenses that offer 99% to 100% UVA and UVB radiation defense.