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We live in a modern world that’s complicated & harder on our eyes than any other time in history.
A few generations ago, rarely anyone stared at screens. There were no personal computers. Even 20 years ago, the majority of us didn’t look at screens that much.
That was before the invention of smartphones. Millions of years of evolution produced our eyes, which are highly complex & amazingly intricate. Now, they aren’t able to meet the demands of today’s devices.
While out in nature, our eyes can look far, as far as the sky. They can zoom in & out, and look at a prick on your fingertip.
We look around from object to object, rarely staying focused on one image for long. Try staring at a leaf & see how long you can focus on it.
Our eyes have not evolved to stare at fine print on a screen, especially for long periods of time. This particular demand has been thrust upon them; they simply haven’t had much time to adapt.
As a result, we get eyestrain, which can lead to headaches, back pain & eye disease.
Most of us don’t realize that our eyes get strained, nor do we associate back pain, neck pain, or headaches with spending too much time looking at screens.
Fortunately, there are things that you can do to reduce the damage of a modern, device-based life on your eyes. I’ve got 3 simple exercises for you to relieve the eyestrain.
Share with me how you plan to make this a permanent tool in your toolbox!