Eye strain causes inconvenience and discomfort for people in daily activities as well as affects eye health. How to get rid of eye strain? The following 7 tips will help you get rid of the discomforts right away!

  • Blink often

When concentrating on work, especially office workers or people who have to work often using computers and phones, we often have the habit of focusing and attentive, so we will forget to blink for a long time. This makes the eyes dry, tired, tight and even causes many other uncomfortable symptoms such as headaches and dizziness.

Therefore, we have to blink often to help tears spread evenly on the surface of the eyeball and reduce the feeling of tension. At the same time, this action will help the eyes to wash away foreign objects and keep the conjunctival and corneal surfaces clean.

  • Apply a warm washcloth to your eyes

This is an extremely effective way to reduce eye strain. This will soothe the eyes and promote the formation of tears, help the eyes to relax after a long day of tiring activities.

You can do it with the following very simple way:

Step 1: Soak a towel in hot water, then wring it out.

Step 2: Apply on eyes for about 5-10 minutes.

Step 3: Rinse eyes with warm water.

You should do this 2-3 times a day until the eye strain is completely reduced.

  • Drink enough water

Not only the body, but the eyes also need water to be healthy and able to function properly. Water helps the eyes to produce enough tears and to avoid dry and tight eyes. Make sure you drink 2 liters of water every day, to keep your body and eyes healthy.

Moreover, to soothe the eyes, you can use eye drops or artificial tears to add moisture and nutrients to the eyes.

  • Don't rub your eyes

When the eyes are strained and uncomfortable, if you rub your eyes, it can cause corneal abrasions, create conditions for bacteria to enter and infect your eyes. This is extremely dangerous! Instead of rubbing your eyes, wash your eyes with clean water, use a cotton swab gently to remove the foreign body or use a specialized eyewash solution.

Cleaning the eyes is important to avoid eye strain. Cleaning the eyelids helps to remove residues and dirt that accumulate over time, clogging the tear glands. If you wear makeup regularly, you should remove your eye makeup at the end of the day.

In case there is a large foreign object flying into the eye, you need to go to the nearest medical facility for the best treatment.

  • Adjust computer screen brightness

The light from the screen puts a lot of pressure on the eyes and causes the eyes to regulate a lot. Moreover, the blue light from these electronic devices has a great impact on eye health. Place the computer at eye level or slightly lower, but not too much, so that you can still comfortably see the screen and adjust the screen brightness accordingly.

  • Wear eye protection glasses

You should wear protective eyewear to avoid your eyes working a lot or getting hurt when going out in the hot sun. It is advisable to choose and use contact lenses correctly to avoid hurting the eyes. Moreover, swimming goggles should be used to limit eye contact with chemicals in the pool water.

  • Nutritional supplements for eyes


A diet lacking in omega-3 fatty acids can lead to dry eyes. Therefore, you should increase your intake of foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids such as salmon, flaxseeds, walnuts, etc. to reduce dry eyes.

Antioxidant foods

Antioxidant foods help reduce eye strain and inflammation, make eyes healthier and reduce dry eye symptoms. You should eat more foods with high antioxidant activity such as grapes, blueberries, green tea, dark chocolate, ...

Vitamins and minerals

Supplementing with vitamins and minerals in appropriate doses is important for eye health. For example, vitamins A, C, E, B vitamins, zinc, ...

Here are some tips on how to get rid of eye strain that are particularly simple to followy. In addition, when there are symptoms such as headache accompanied by blurred vision, dizziness, you need to let the eyes rest. If the condition does not improve, you need to go to the eye specialist for advice, examination and correct diagnosis of the disease and appropriate treatment.



The regular person has an average sleep time of about 7-8 hours per night. However, if you have insomnia, it will be difficult to achieve your ideal sleep time. When we have difficulty sleeping, our health is directly affected and seriously damaged. However, eye strain and discomfort are unavoidable causes in the technological age. So what is the solution to relieve eye strain and insomnia?

  • Causes of eye strain and insomnia

In modern life, exposure to electronic devices for a long time causes eyes to be strained, irritated and tired. Moreover, there are many other causes of eye strain such as: 

Computer vision syndrome

This is one of the biggest causes of eye strain and difficulty sleeping, especially when the eyes are exposed to electronic screens for many hours continuously. This syndrome occurs due to the impact of light emitted from screen devices such as: Computers, tablets, phones, televisions, LED lights, fluorescent lights, ... These lights shine to damage retinal cells, put down visual cells and disorganize eye accommodation.

Unreasonable working time

Every day we have to do hundreds of things and that is the reason our eyes have to work all day. If you use the eyes for a long time without giving them a rest, the eyes will feel tight. This is also the cause of your insomnia:

  • Read books continuously for a long time without resting your eyes.
  • Drive long distances or perform other tasks that involve excessive eye concentration.
  • Focus on seeing with dim light
  • Use technology devices with too much screen brightness or look at the screen too close.
  • Work under great pressure makes you feel stressed or tired.

Inflated cataracts

Usually in cataracts, there will be no symptoms of eye pain. However, bulging cataracts will cause eye pain, accompanied by sudden blurred vision, with migraine headaches, nausea and vomit,...

Increased intraocular pressure

Glaucoma is also a cause of eye strain for patients, which may be accompanied by blurred vision. It is important to see a specialist when you suspect any eye disease.

Dry eyes

Working at a computer for a long time is a common cause of dry eyes. Dry eyes can be caused by age, environmental factors, dust and UV rays, seasonal changes or allergy symptoms.

  1. Some measures to limit eye strain and insomnia

Building good living habits for the eyes as well as taking good care of the "window to the soul" is an effective measure to prevent the risk of future eye diseases and reduce the symptoms of insomnia.

Do not rub your eyes: Rubbing your eyes can cause corneal abrasions then create conditions for bacteria to enter and infect your eyes. Instead, wash your eyes with clean water and use a cotton swab to remove the foreign body from the eye if present or use a specialized eyewash.

Wear sunglasses or UV-blocking glasses when going out: protect your eyes from the effects of dirt, pollution and solar radiation.

Limit the use of smartphones, computers and other technology devices for a long time: avoid blue light that affects the eyes, causes computer vision syndrome, macular degeneration of the eyes, impairs vision and increases the risk of eye diseases.

Adjust the brightness: When reading or watching TV, you should make sure the light is at a comfortable level for your eyes. Do not let the light shine directly on the screen. If you use the device in the evening, it is necessary to adjust the brightness of the light so that it is reasonable, neither too dark nor too bright.

Take regular breaks: After about 20 minutes of work, let your eyes rest for about 20 seconds and focus on looking at something about 6m away.

Clean the screens: Clean the dust on the computer screen, phone regularly. Because dust reduces contrast, causes glare and contrast problems.

Use vitamins and minerals in the right doses: Vitamins contain antioxidants and ingredients that improve health and help relieve eye strain. If your eyes are dry, you can use artificial tears to keep them moist and prevent eye damage.

Above are ways for you to "break up" with insomnia. To have healthy eyes and a good sleep, you should regularly take care of your eyes, maybe use more eye drops and maintain a good condition for your eyes. Moreover, go to the eye specialist if there are any abnormal eye signs to get the right treatment.

Reference source: vinmec


The most important thing during the period of the epidemic is finding out how to take care and improve health, especially for those who have just returned to work and study after a long stay at home. In addition to the internal health of the body, the eyes are also an important part that needs to be taken care of and protected. So have you found a solution to care and protect your eyes during the epidemic?

  1. Wash your hands often with hand sanitizers

Hands are one of the places that harbor virus and bacteria because in all our daily activities we hold a lot of objects. Therefore, an "unsafe hand" is one of the biggest reasons why the virus spreads quickly from one person to another or causes many eye diseases by rubbing our eyes.

We need to wash our hands often with soap to protect the "health" of our eyes and prevent the virus from entering the body.

  1. Avoid rubbing dirty hands on your eyes

Eyes are particularly sensitive organs and hands are a habitat of many bacteria. If we often rub our eyes with our hands, the cornea is easily vulnerable, the vision is affected and the aging process of the skin around the eyes becomes faster. As soon as we change this habit, it will help us not only protect our eye health but also reduce the risk of infection. If you want to touch your eyes or adjust your glasses, you can use a tissue or wet towel instead of your hands. If you have to touch your eyes with your hands, be sure to wash your hands thoroughly with soap or hand sanitizer for at least 20 seconds. Then, dry your hands before touching your eyes.

  1. Regularly replenish moisture for eyes

During the epidemic, all activities from work, study to play and entertainment make our time online on computers and phones more and more, making our eyes feel overloaded. We rub our eyes regularly because of dry, itchy eyes. Therefore, to solve this situation, you should add moisture to the eyes to soothe tired eyes, nourish and prevent ophthalmic diseases.

  1. Proper rest

We should build a rest time for our eyes because no eye can work continuously and still be healthy. So, after 20 minutes of working in front of a computer screen, give your eyes a break by closing your eyes for 20 seconds and looking 6 meters away. In addition, we should get enough sleep and avoid staying up late so that our eyes are full of vitality.

  1. Supply essential nutrients for eyes

Besides proper rest, adequate nutrition for the eyes is also extremely important. We should take in foods that are rich in vitamins A, E, B,... in our daily diet to keep our eyes bright and healthy. Especially vitamin A - an essential compound for eye health. So where can natural sources of vitamin A come from?

  • Green leafy vegetables (kale, spinach, broccoli,...)
  • Yellow and orange vegetables (carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkins, and other squashes,...)
  • Orange-red colored fruits (tomatoes, red bell peppers, cantaloupe, mango, ...)
  • Beef liver, Fish oil, Milk, Eggs...
  • Functional foods



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Under the impact of the environment and blue light emitted from technology devices such as phones, computers, televisions, tablets, etc. that we are exposed to every day, eye diseases are increasing day by day. Therefore, proper eye hygiene and eye washing are extremely important. Here's how to clean your eyes and wash them at home to keep your eyes healthy and limit your risk factors for eye disease.

  1. Why should you clean your eyes?

Eyes are very important to all of us. To have healthy eyes, you need to know how to maintain and clean your eyes properly.

Every day, the eyes are exposed to light, dust, and many other influences from the environment. These are harmful agents and cause eye damage. Your eyesight will be affected if your eyes are not cleaned properly. Proper eye hygiene is very important to protect our eyes.

Eye hygiene is a way to improve eye health, while preserving eyesight.

  1. Proper eye hygiene

Here are some methods to help you properly clean your eyes depending on the specific case:

Chemical damage to eyes

Many household chemicals we use on a daily basis can damage our eyes, including: bleach, soap, floor cleaner, glass cleaner, detergents, disinfectants, fertilizers, and dishwashing water, pesticides, shampoo, beauty products, products such as plaster and cement,...

The first thing you need to do is get the chemicals out of your eyes right away and then if the situation gets worse, go to the emergency room right away!

  • Immediately flush eyes with cool water or saline solution for at least 15 minutes. If you are wearing contact lenses, you need to remove them and continue rinsing your eyes
  • After rinsing, go to a medical center or eye hospital to check your eye condition, your doctor will help you with what to do next. For products like soap and shampoo, simply rinsing your eyes with clean water is best.
  • If medical professionals ask you to go to the emergency room, be sure to bring the chemical container with you so that your doctors can give you the correct treatment.

Eyes with pus or mucus

Pus or mucus may dry to form a crust that causes itching or discomfort. You may have rusty eyes due to a cold, allergies, or pink eye. There may be pus or mucus in the corners of your eyes, if you have a tear gland blockage or problems with the oil glands in your eyelids.

To clean your eyes in this case, you need to take the following steps:

  • First, remove all dry layers 
  • Then, place a warm, damp washcloth over your eyes and close them for a few minutes
  • The next step, dip the washcloth in warm water again and remove the mucus from your eyes.
  • Finally, use a damp cotton pad or a corner of a damp washcloth to gently wipe your eyes from the inner corner to the outer corner

Repeat the above steps with a new cotton pad until the eye is completely clean.

However, you need to pay attention and absolutely follow the following:

  • Wash your hands before and after cleaning your eyes
  • It is best to use damp cotton. Do not use too hot water because the eye area, eyelids and skin around the eyes are very sensitive
  • To prevent the spread of infection, such as pinkeye, use a fresh washcloth every time you clean your eyes. Use two different wipes for both eyes if you have pink eye with closed eyes to avoid eye-to-eye transmission.

Dirt or debris in the eyes

Occasionally, the wind can push dirt or sand or debris into your eyes. This will make you feel extremely uncomfortable. Here are the steps to properly clean your eyes in this case:

You need to know how to use tears: gently pull the eyelid over the bone and then place it over the lower lashes. Blink a few times. This will make you shed tears and at the same time dirt can flow out

Rinse your eyes with water: you can wash your eyes with clean water. Blink when rinsing with clean water until you feel comfortable and the dirt comes out

You can use a wet towel and gently wipe to remove dirt if you see on the eyeball. However, do not poke deep into the eye and if a foreign object gets stuck in the eye, you need to stop immediately. Do not rub your eyes as this can push dirt or debris deeper into the eye.

In addition, we should also clean our eyes regularly, even if the eyes are not damaged, especially after going out. It is important to remember to wash your hands thoroughly before and after cleaning your eyes, do not share towels to wash both eyes to avoid infection. At the same time, when cleaning the eyes, do not use strong force and do not arbitrarily mix saline eyewash because the concentration is not correct and ensure hygiene.

In addition to proper eye hygiene, to protect eye health you need to avoid agents that are harmful to the eyes, such as:

  • When going out, you should wear glasses to protect your eyes from dust. In addition, when working a lot with the computer, it is recommended to use anti-blue light glasses
  • Apply the 20-20-20 rule: that is, after 20 minutes of work, you should rest your eyes for 20 seconds and look at an object about 20 feet away (equivalent to a distance of 7 meters).
  • Supply full of nutrients, including some foods such as carrots, sweet potatoes, dark green vegetables....
  • Regularly clean your eyes properly
  • Use artificial tears when there are signs of eye strain, eye pain, ...
  • Periodic eye exams to monitor eye condition and take appropriate methods to protect eyes

You need to see a doctor for an examination if you have any of the following problems:

  • Difficulty seeing or opening eyes
  • Feeling of eye pain
  • The white of the eyes is red
  • Eyes are sensitive to light
  • Tears keep flowing
  • Dirt or debris that cannot be removed from the eye

Proper eye hygiene is very necessary to help your eyes become less uncomfortable and cleaner, promote eye health, make eyes brighter, and help prevent some diseases such as vision damage, blepharitis inflammation.

Source: vinmec


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In daily life, the eyes are actually affected by phones, computers, televisions, dust,... This will not only cause serious damage to the eyes but also lead to premature aging of the eyes. So how to keep your eyes healthy even so as to prevent aging and limit wrinkles?

The following 7 eye care tips will help you solve that problem!

  1. Restrict blue light exposure

Modern technology brings many benefits to people, especially during quarantine time. All activities from work, study to play and entertainment make our time online on computers and phones more and more. That easily makes eyes become tired, blurred and red because of the blue light emitted by electronic devices when we "stick" our eyes continuously on the screen.

In particular, young people have a habit of staying up late using phones to surf the web, play games. That makes their eyes tired and the quality of sleep decreases because the eyes have to adjust to the brightness and darkness. Therefore, you should limit staying up late using the phone so that your eyes have time to rest.

  1. Protect your eyes from the sun

Besides the skin, the eyes are also sensitive and vulnerable parts that need to be protected from the sun. Because harmful UV rays from sunlight cause our eyes to age faster when exposed to direct sunlight. Therefore, we need to take appropriate eye protection measures such as: wear a wide-brimmed hat and UV-blocking sunglasses, and at the same time, we should limit going out in the sun when it's hot from 10 am to 3 pm.

  1. Limit exposure to dusty environments

Not only the sun, but also cigarette smoke, industrial emissions, smoke from vehicles,... will also affect eye health. Oxidizing substances in the smoke will change the structure of the lens. They also pass through the retina and cause cells in the eye to gradually weaken.

  1. Have a healthy lifestyle

After a long day, the eyes need to rest and relax, otherwise the eyes will be overloaded. If the eyes do not get enough sleep, the dark circles will appear, and then the eyes will age and wrinkles. So, you should allocate a reasonable living time, get enough sleep for healthy eyes.

  1. Take care of the skin around the eyes

   Use eye care products:

Using specialized cosmetics for eye care regularly will help maintain moisture in the skin around the eyes, help limit wrinkles for the eyes and look healthier.

   Eye massage:

Besides eye skin care and reasonable rest, the best method to keep beautiful eyes is "exercise" for the eyes, we can follow the eye massage method for 30 seconds. Eye massage will help promote blood circulation to the eye area, bring nutrients from eye care products to penetrate deeper, and help relax eye muscles, reduce fatigue, help eyes full of vitality.

  1. Eat properly, supplement with foods that are good for your eyes

Besides giving the eyes a rest, we need to replenish the necessary nutrients or else the eyes can quickly age and weaken. We can improve by eating a full, balanced diet of nutrients, vitamins A, B, E with the following foods:

  • Green vegetables help reduce the risk of macular degeneration in the elderly, reduce cataracts.
  • Fish such as salmon, halibut, herring,... that contain Omega-3 help reduce the risk of macular degeneration and help treat dry eye disease
  • Fruits that contain vitamin C such as oranges, grapefruits, tangerines, lemons, tomatoes,... reduce the risk of cataracts and help keep eyes healthy.
  • Foods that contain zinc such as pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, pine nuts, cashews,....
  • Foods that contain beta-carotene such as carrots, watermelon, pumpkin, papaya, ... help improve night vision, improve vision, limit cataracts.

At the same time, our body needs 2 liters of water per day to avoid dry eyes, swollen eyelids, and red eyes.

  1. Regular eye exams

In order to help keep our eyes healthy, prevent aging and limit wrinkles, we should supplement necessary nutrients, take care of eye health, and visit a reputable eye specialist. Regular check-ups every 6 months to help you keep your eyes healthy, and at the same time limit the risk of eye diseases.



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Busy modern life requires the eyes to adjust more, the eyes are exposed to electronic devices such as phones, laptops, televisions more, and relaxing time for the eyes is gradually reduced. Therefore, to ensure eye health as well as vision condition, you need to build good habits today and keep the following tips in mind:


1. Drink green tea

Essential nutrients for the eyes can be supplemented through not only foods but also drinks. Green tea contains a large number of antioxidants - great ingredients to keep your eyes healthy and protect your eyes from eye diseases like cataracts and age-related macular degeneration.


2. Caring for your contact lenses 

Unlike regular glasses, contact lenses have direct contact with your eyes and therefore need to be cleaned carefully. Always wash your hands before inserting or removing contact lenses and properly store them in lens cleaner. 

If you're using contact lenses, make sure you follow the directions given to you by your ophthalmologist and do not use any cleaning solution other than a doctor-approved contact lens cleaner. 


Always keep a spare pair of glasses with you and use them whenever you feel your contact lenses are not working properly or your eyes show signs of infection. Do not wear contact lenses for longer than the allowed time and clean and store them carefully after use. 


3. Don't Use Expired Eye Makeup 

Expired Eye Makeup is also an eye-damaging agent that is often overlooked. Some eye makeup that is past its expiration date can irritate and cause eyes to become itchy or red. Do not use expired eye makeup, do not use eyeliner pencil directly on the inside of the eyelid to limit the eye irritation or scratch. 


4. Periodic eye examination

If you have problems with refractive errors of the eyes such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, do not forget to have regular eye exams at least once a year to monitor your eye condition and timely adjust the lens powers of glasses. 


Even if you do not have refractive errors, get a routine eye exam to detect early signs of eye diseases, receive proper treatment, and minimize the risk of permanent vision loss. 


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