What are the benefits of eye Yoga?
What if exercise is the secret to getting rid of tired eyes? Facial fitness, especially eye yoga, can improve eye health and make eyes look younger. Why don't you try?
Pockets, eye circles and wrinkles are our biggest enemies. All these little inconveniences will make our eyes tired and old. Lack of sleep, malnutrition, ultraviolet radiation or improper makeup removal are many factors that affect the eyes. In addition, we spend a lot of time on the screen, which may damage the health of our eyes.
We know that exercise is good for our body, health and... Even for our eyes! Yes, regular yoga exercises also include eye exercises. You can do this at any time of the day when you feel the need. But what are the real benefits of eye yoga to the beauty and health of the eyes?
Why practice eye Yoga?
Although make-up can reduce eye circles and bags, it has a poor effect on wrinkles and wrinkles. Many cosmetics exist to reduce these small discomfort, which can make eyes tired and aging. In addition, there are many tricks to deceive our eyes to make them brighter. However, it is helpful to combine them with some additional exercises to improve the results. In fact, according to facial yoga experts and experienced beauticians, eye yoga can slow down and reduce the appearance of wrinkles and wrinkles. It also reduces pockets and eye circles naturally. Eye yoga can strengthen eye muscles, stimulate microcirculation and help skin produce more collagen.
This kind of eye exercise helps to reduce intraocular pressure (IOP). It also relieves dry eye and eye fatigue. According to some experts, it can even improve vision!
What is eye Yoga?
Eye Yoga includes focusing on close and distant objects. Eyes can move in multiple directions to train eye muscles, improve attention and, most importantly, relax eyes.
How to practice?
There are a few exercises that can eliminate your eyes.
First, you can simply rub your hands against each other, and then put them on your eyes and breathe a few times. They have to bend slightly to form a real cocoon. This will rejuvenate your eyes after a long day, which you can repeat for a few minutes. Little plus? In the long run, this particularly simple posture can reduce the occurrence of bad rings. It's worth a try!
Then you can turn your eyes to stretch them! There's nothing easier. You just need to focus on what you see, and you can lie down in a quiet place and look at the ceiling. Without moving the head, first move the eyes completely to the right. Then look down, then left. Then go back upstairs, and finally, right in front of you. For better results, repeat at least three times.
Another exercise to improve eye flexibility is to imagine a huge number on the floor, especially the number 8. Follow clockwise and counterclockwise with your eyes. You can also draw letters from the alphabet or other numbers.
Cligning eyes is a good way to reduce dry eyes. It is done 10 to 15 times and the exercise is repeated at least 3 times. This practice is very useful after a long time before a screen because it tends to limit the blinking of our eyes.
Finally, to improve your ability to concentrate. Place your left hand as far as possible in front of you and raise your thumb up. Look right in front of you and focus on your thumb. Slowly, move your arm to the right and follow your thumb. Move your arm in the other direction and keep track of your thumb. You can also put your thumb as far as possible in front of you and then gently push your thumb toward your nose before moving it back again. We remain fixed on the finger without moving the head. It is advisable to repeat this exercise several times.
If you have eye problems, it is recommended that you seek the advice of a specialist before carrying out these different exercises.