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Care Your Eyes

Our eyes express our emotions and thoughts beautifully when words fail us. It’s our responsibility, in turn, to take care of them. In today’s world, with the workload and strenuous lifestyle, eyes have lost their natural beauty. You get dark circles, puffiness, redness, itchiness, wrinkles, and what not. 

Your eyes are your windows to the world, so it’s important to take good care of them. Things like seeing an eye doctor regularly, getting enough sleep, and giving your eyes regular breaks while you are using a computer can help keep your eyes in good health. If you are having problems with your vision, you should schedule an appointment with an optometrist as soon as possible.

Dark discoloration of the skin under and around the eye is known as dark circles or dark rings or shadows.

Dark circles are not a serious skin problem, but they make people look tired, exhausted, unhealthy and older. If dark circles are not treated on time, they will not only dull your overall appearance, it can also lead to serious health issues.

Eye redness refers to a red appearance of the normally white part of the eye. The eye looks red or bloodshot because blood vessels on the surface of the eye widen (dilate), bringing extra blood into the eye. Pinkeye typically refers to eye redness caused by a specific viral infection.



Causes for Dark circles Causes for  Eye redness
Hormonal change, Hyper pigmentation Allergies
Lack of sleep Corneal herpetic infections
Alcoholism Corneal ulcer
Allergies Dry eyes
Asthma Ectropion
Fluid retention Orbital cellulitis
Excessive sun exposure Entropion
Heredity Episcleritis
Neuroblastoma Eyedrops
Sinusitis Glaucoma
Smoking , Chewing tobacco Injury, such as from a blunt trauma or burn
Stress Iritis, Keratitis

Remedies for Dark circles and Eye redness

Cucumber Cut a fresh cucumber into thick slices and chill it for about 30 minutes. Place the slices on the dark circles for about 10 minutes and wash the area thoroughly with water. Repeat this process twice a day.
Potatoes Grate some raw potato and extract the juice of the same. Soak a cotton ball in the potato juice and place these cotton balls on your eyes by closing the eyes. Leave it on for 10 minutes and wash off with cold water.
Almond oil Before going to bed, apply a little almond oil over the dark circles and gently massage it into the skin and leave it overnight. Wash it in the next day morning and repeat this process daily.
Tomato Mix one teaspoon of tomato juice with one-half teaspoon of lemon juice. Gently apply this mixture on the dark circles and allow it to sit for 10 minutes. Rinse it off with water. Repeat this process 2-3 times daily.
Cold milk Take a cotton ball and place it in a bowl of cold milk or iced water for a while and then apply the cotton ball by covering the entire eye with the affected area.
Rose water Soak cotton eye pads in rose water for a few minutes and place the soaked pads on your closed eyelids. Leave them on for about 15 minutes and rinse with water. Repeat this process twice a day.
Water Splash some cold water on your eyes or soak a towel in water and keep it over your eyes.
Balanced diet Have a balanced diet rich in Omega 3 fatty acids (nuts, flax seeds, salmon etc.).
Vegetable Juice Drink fresh vegetable juice. Prepare juice of carrots and spinach and have it on regular basis to check redness and itchiness in eyes.



Eat for Good Vision.

Protecting your eyes starts with the food on your plate

Quit Smoking

Wear Sunglasses

Use Safety Eyewear

Look Away From the Computer Screen

Visit Your Eye Doctor Regularly

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