Stress reduction and eye strain may be assisted by eye exercises, such as eye yoga. Reduced stress can improve your ability to focus, so even while your vision may not be "healing" or improving, you
may be able to see and understand more of what's going on around you. There are other methods for maintaining eye health that are supported by research, outside of doing eye yoga. Take routine eye
checkups. This is necessary for the early diagnosis of diseases including glaucoma and cataracts. It also provides you with the chance to discuss any worries you may have regarding your eyesight
with your physician. Even if you have 20/20 vision, you should still visit an eye doctor annually beyond the age of 60. Put on sunglasses to shield your eyes from UV rays. If you spend a lot of time on
displays or at a computer, track how much time you spend in front of the screen and take 5-minute breaks roughly every hour. To keep your eyes (and the rest of your body) lubricated, drink
lots of water. Consume carrots and oranges, as well as leafy greens like spinach and kale. Steer clear of cigarette smoke and don't smoke or vape.