Seven ways to raise “beautiful eyes”
Eye care is a very important lesson in women’s beauty.
Puffiness, bags under the eyes, dark circles, and fine lines are enough to make you look in the mirror for a long time.
Do n’t think that you do n’t need it now. In fact, the modern working and living environment is very unfavorable to our maintenance. For example, working in an air-conditioned room, facing a computer for a long time, bringing contact lenses and so on.
Our eyes are fragile and must be given special care.
Here are seven eye protection recipes provided by experienced people, let’s enjoy it together!
1. Don’t “keep your eyes closed”, pay attention to frequent and complete blinking movements. Frequent blinking can reduce the time that the eyeballs are exposed to the air and avoid tear evaporation.
2. Don’t blow the air conditioner for too long, avoid air flow from the seat, and place tea near the seat to increase the surrounding humidity.
3, eat more fruits, especially citrus fruits, should also eat more green vegetables, food, fish and eggs.
Drinking plenty of water can also help reduce dry eyes.
4. Maintain good habits, get enough sleep, and stay up late.
5. Avoid continuously operating the computer for a long time, pay attention to the rest, usually operate continuously for 1 hour and rest for 5-10 minutes.
Look at the distance or do eye exercises during breaks.
6. Maintain a good working posture.
Maintaining the most appropriate posture, with your eyes upright or a slight downward gaze, will ease the neck muscles and minimize the area of the eye exposed to the air.
7. Adjust the distance of the screen.
The recommended distance is 50-70 cm, and the phosphor screen should be 10-20 cm below the eye level, showing a lower viewing angle of 15-20 degrees.
Because angle and distance can reduce the need for refractive power and reduce the chance of eye fatigue.
If you have less secretion of tears and your eyes are prone to dryness, it is not suitable to use contact lenses in front of a computer. Wear frame glasses.
People wearing contact lenses in front of a computer are also better off using high-permeability varieties.
People over the age of 40 are best equipped with bifocal lenses, or with lower power glasses when typing.
If you have red eyes, burns or foreign body sensations, heavy eyelids, blurry sights, or even eye pain or headache, and you still have no obvious improvement after rest, you need to go to the hospital.