Eye Care: DOs (Part 2) - Win a FREE gift here!

So, did you find the DOs in Part 1 helpful? Here is the Part 2 in which I will show you how to massage your eyes.

4. Massage your eyes & Palming

To help blood circulation around the eye area, use your fourth finger to tap around the eyes for 3 minutes every morning. This can reduce puffiness and dark circle in the long run. It would be best if accompanied by soft music to enhance relaxation.

1. Rub your hands together vigorously to make them warm.
2. Cup the hands slightly and cover your closed eyes with your hands.
3. Rest your hands on the tissue surrounding the eyes rather than the eyes themselves.
4. Now breathe deeply into your abdomen, then let the breath out completely. Relax.
5. Meditation is a good accompaniment to palming and will help you relax. Use pillows to support your arms when you palm while meditating.

Palm for 5-minute periods during the work day but try for one 20 minute period each day during the weekend.

(Adapted from cyberparent.com)

5. Rest your eyes
Take 5-10 minutes rest after using the computer for 30-40 minutes.

6. Regular exercise
Regular exercise can improve blood circulation, so that your eyes can receive enough oxygen for good performance.

7. Sufficient sleep
Take adequate rest. It will refresh the eyes and help them work more efficiently.

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The best remedy is all about resting after all. Try your best to have 8 hours sleep every night.

Coming up in this Eye Care series:
Tackle the most concerned eye problems: wrinkles, puffiness and dark circles

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