When we meet people for the first time, we notice their face, and hence their eyes. The eyes are the most expressive and prominently noticeable features in the face, and tired eyes with lines and dark circles under them are more off-putting than anything else. Sparkling, lively eyes give a great first impression, and say a lot about your health as well. Apart from the aesthetic value of beautiful eyes, it is also important to keep the eyes healthy, and to take care of the eyesight. Here are some simple tips you can follow to keep your eyes beautiful and healthy.

Tips to Keep your Eyes Beautiful and Healthy

Get enough sleep

A major drawback of 21st-century lifestyle is the hectic schedule followed by most people. For the eyes, and the human body and mind as well, to be well rested and healthy, 7 to 8 hours of sleep is encouraged on a daily basis; no more and no less. Too much sleep makes the under eye area puffy and too little sleep causes dark circles, lines and fatigue in the body.

Drink  two towater

Drinking three liters of water a day, particularly in hot and humid weather, is recommended to flush out toxicity, keep skin clear, and keep eyes healthy too. Drinking enough water helps to firm the skin around the eyes, and also maintains the moisture level of the eye, which is important when blinking and to get rid of dust and foreign particles.

Balanced diet

A well-balanced, nutritious diet will do wonders to keep up good eyesight and keep the eyes healthy. Omega 3 oil, in particular, is very good for the eyes – it helps keep dryness away, maintains eyesight, takes care of the drainage of fluid in the eye and protects from glaucoma.  Fish, leafy vegetables, citrus fruits, eggs, lentils and nuts are part of a good diet for healthy eyes.

Regular check-up

Make sure you visit a trusted eye care professional for regular check-ups of your eyes. If you already wear glasses, make sure the power of the lens is right for you, and if you wear contact lenses, make sure you clean them properly, store them correctly and hygienically to avoid infection. Even if you are not visiting a professional, keep yourself updated with health tips from online information portals like Council Chronicle to benefit your eyes and body as a whole.

Give  eyes some rest

Most people these days are habitual computer users, as it is a pre-requisite for a lot of professions. The internet can be addictive, and as such, the millennial population and young children are often found glued to their smartphones, laptops, tablets and/or TVs. It is important to avoid looking at the glowing screen for a prolonged period of time, as that can considerably damage eyesight, and cause tiredness. One may switch to reading paper in good lighting whenever possible, and limit the use of such electronic devices as much as possible.

There are simple remedies to help soothe tired and irritated eyes, but prevention is more advisable than cure. With the tips mentioned above, you will have no trouble keeping your eyes shining, happy and healthy!