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Wednesday November 30th, 2022
Without eyes, which are the most priceless sense organs of all, it would be difficult to appreciate all the wonderful things we are fortunate to have in our lives. Since more than a decade ago, our eyes have been constantly stressed by the use of smartphones, laptops, and other electronic devices. Our leisure activities, such as viewing movies, scrolling through social media, and playing video games, can have an effect on our eye health in addition to our jobs.
There are numerous other ways besides eye strain that we could be harming our eyes unknowingly. Do you properly clean your eyes or use the right eye drops? Do you spend your days staring at the screen nonstop or do you take brief breaks before returning to your work? When you have an eye infection, do you apply hot packs for comfort?
For the best possible eye health, there are a few important eye care guidelines to keep in mind, such as how to properly wash your eyes and how to use the right drops and packs for sore eyes.
5 common errors that could harm our eyes include:
1. CLEANSE EYES WITH WARM WATER
Do you believe that soaking your eyes in warm water at the conclusion of a long, busy day can help them feel better? You may be in error. According to Ayurveda, the eyes should be cleansed with either cold or room temperature water because they are the seat of Pitta (heat). Therefore, always use cool water to rinse your eyes after cleaning them.
2. INSUFFICIENT BLINKING
Perhaps you are unaware, but blinking frequently is good for the health of your eyes, and not doing so could be harmful. “As part of normal physiological function, blinking lubricates the eyes. We frequently neglect to blink when engrossed in devices. Make a point of blinking frequently.
3. REPEATED USE OF ARTIFICIAL EYE DROPS
We all occasionally use eye drops to treat dry eyes, but continued use of these products can make your eyes more drier. According to ayurveda, oil-based eye drops are the finest for long-term use.
4. USING HOT PACKS OR WARM EYE MASKS FOR EYE INFECTIONS
Breathe in the night and let your eyes be free. For infections, style, etc., apply a cold compress.
5. RUBBING THE EYE
For several reasons, rubbing your eyes is bad for your eyes’ health. Conjunctiva, which shields the eyes, is quite thin. Grab a cup of cold water and cleanse your eyes instead of rubbing them.