Physical Exercise = Good for the Eyes
Stay in shape. Being overweight increases your chance of developing diabetic eye disease or glaucoma. Thirty minutes of physical exercise not only benefits your heart and waist size but also can reduce eye pressure by 20%. Deep breathing also helps reduce eye pressure by draining the lymphatic system. Click here to try a fitness routine from Dr. Oz’s trainer, Joel Harper.
Get Your Omega-3s
The health-packed fatty acids known as Omega-3s, are not only good for the heart but help protect vision. For women the daily dose is 100 mg; for men 600 mg. Click here to learn more about omega-3 fatty acids.