Today, let’s delve into the realm of eye health.
The eye, being one of the organs most exposed to aging, undergoes significant stress due to its constant exposure to light, ranging from ten to a hundred times more than the skin. It is particularly vulnerable to free radical stress and mechanical aging, especially when the lens loses its elasticity.
A prevalent issue affecting many is myopia or presbyopia, while astigmatism can hinder clear vision. Unfortunately, eye coordination problems often go unnoticed due to inadequate testing. Our modern lifestyle, dominated by extensive use of computers, smartphones, and exposure to artificial light, further exacerbates these issues.
The silver lining is that most vision problems are reversible. Through active measures, you can enhance your vision, potentially improve diopters, and even liberate yourself from the confines of glasses. This is achievable by incorporating natural changes and allowing your eyes the essential relaxation they deserve.
At Flexhealthtips, we’re dedicated to guiding you on this journey towards better vision and overall eye health. Stay tuned for more insights and natural remedies to support your well-being.
How can your eye defend itself?
Various food supplements can however stop the progression of the disease. But, to do well, it should be taken from the age of forty, when no worrying signs have appeared.
Adjusting your diet can be effective. Below are some preferences :
- Vitamin A (eggs)
- Vitamin C (citrus)
- Omega 3 (fatty fish)
- Beta-carotene (carrot juice)
- Lutein and zeaxanthin (green leafy vegetables)
- vitamin E (vegetable oils)
- Zinc (oysters)
Let’s take a look at some Natural remedies to keep your eye healthy.
- Crush the onion, strain with a new cloth. Put 3 drops in each eye morning and evening.
- A few drops of carrot juice in each eye morning and evening.
- Make aloe vera juice: only the gel should be taken from the leaf. The green skin is poisonous and should be peeled well with a sharp knife.
Put 3 drops in each eye after 2 days.