I care for my Eye

Roll Your Eyes, not to scare and

A Healthy diet, for a healthy sight

Do you look more exhausted than it is actually? Is your screen time high? Are you feeling strain on your eyes? If yes, know that your eyes need special acre and attention…

It’s difficult to avoid your jobs, studies and all…but it is always possible to make some time to care for your precious sense Organ, The Eyes…

General Eye care tips

  • Stay Healthy
  • Wholesome Diet
  • Regular Exercise
  • Give some Rest
  • Protect your eyes from Sun and Injuries
  • Say no to smoking
  • Know your risk factors
  • Maintain hygiene
  • Follow the 20-20-20 rule: Every 20 minutes, look away about 20 feet in front of you for 20 seconds.

The Wholesome Diet for your eyes

The diet should be pleasing to eyes in both ways…It should not only look delicious and lovely but also it should be healthy…

  • Eat a healthy, balanced diet.
  • Look for healthy eye nutrients in your diet
  • Lutein
  • Zeaxanthin
  • Vitamins A, CE
  • Beta-carotene
  • Omega-3 fatty acids
  • Zinc
  • Include Fruits and vegetables, especially deep yellow and green leafy vegetables.
  • Eating fish high in omega-3 fatty acids, such as salmon, tuna etc
  • Eggs are a great for eye care, yolks contain vitamin A, lutein, zeaxanthin, and zinc.
  • Almonds for Vitamins
  • Dairy Products -Milk, yogurts etc


Special Exercise for Eyes

Surprised to hear Exercises for eyes??? Our eyes are continuously working and it also need some relaxation and rest. Know how you can help your eyes and how to improve eye health… you don’t need much time to care for…Spare only 2-3 minutes…

  • Improve focusing

Change focus by switching between near and distant objects.

How to do?

  • Sit in a comfortable chair with your feet flat on the floor.
  • Hold your index finger a few inches from your eye.
  • Stare at your finger.
  • Slowly begin to move your finger away from your face, while maintaining your focus.
  • Break your focus and look into the distance for a few seconds.
  • Bring your focus back to your finger while you slowly move it back toward your eye.
  • Break your focus again and stare at a distant object.
  • Repeat this exercise 3 times.


  • Roll your Eyes- for de-straining

How To Do?

  • Sit or stand straight. Keep your shoulders relaxed, and neck straight, and look ahead.
  • Look to your right and then slowly roll your eyes up towards the ceiling.
  • Roll your eyes down to your left and from there, down towards the floor.
  • Do this in the clockwise and anti-clockwise directions.
  • Rub down eyes- for a quick refreshing

How to do?

  • Sit or stand comfortably
  • Rub your palms together until they feel warm.
  • Close your eyes and place a palm over each eyelid. Imagine the warmth seeping into your eyes.
  • Don’t press down with the palms on your eyeballs.
  • Move your eyes- the 6 eye movements for a healthy vision

How to do?

  • Close the eyes.
  • Slowly move the eyes upward, then downward.
  • Repeat three times.
  • Slowly move the eyes to the left, then to the right.
  • Repeat three times.
  • Soothing massage
  • With your eyes closed, gently massage your lids by rolling your index finger in a circular motion.
  • To massage the lower lids, move your finger up towards your eye lashes.
  • Repeat this 5-10 times.
  • Just blink your eyes
  • Sit comfortably and look at a blank wall.
  • Close your eyes.
  • Hold for half a second and then open your eyes.
  • Do it 10 times to complete one set.
  • Palm on your eyes exercise
  • Sit on a chair and keep your elbows on a table in front you.
  • Cup an eye in each palm.
  • Breathe in and breathe out.
  • Feel the tension release. Relax.
  • Do it for 30 seconds straight before releasing the pose.

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