We start the day by browsing news and updates on the laptop, go on to spend our working day glued to the computer screen and often end our evening with a nice movie and bag of chips.
The truth is, we do spend a lot of time in front of the screen. And as convenient as it may be, it does put a bug strain on our eyes.
So here are a few ideas on how to give your eye the long-needed break.
Exercise One: Palming.
Rub your palms together to create heat. Next, press your palms against your eyes. Let the heat warm and relax your eye for a few minutes.
Exercise Two: Blinking.
A lack of blinking is one of the reasons for computer-induced eyestrain, as it dries your eyes and causes scratchiness. Every hour, give yourself a break from staring relentlessly at the screen and blink 20 times.
Exercise Three: Eye-rolling Massage.
No, we do not mean that rolling your eye at an overly-demanding customer is actually good for your eyes. This is a different exercise, very efficient and simple: just close your eyes and use your hands to massage them (roll) in circular motion. This helps to avoid dryness and eases the strain on the muscles.
Keep up doing these three exercises daily and in less than a week you will have a clear strain-free vision for your business.