During SSC exams preparation, you have to study 6-8 hours daily on regular basis for excelling in the exam. Eyes and brain both are equally utilized in the preparation. Sometimes, due to lack of care and harmful habits of watching TV, and others, several candidates face eyelid pain and headache. Apart from this, several candidates are suffering from Eyes and Brain-related problems at an early age. Eyes work as a sensory unit to the brain and are the sub-functioning units of the brain out of all five sensory body-parts including tongue, nose, skin, and ears. Therefore, both these body parts require constant care and treatments.
In this article, we will discuss various regular treating methods for overcoming the problems related to your eyes and brain. Let us go through it-
SSC preparation: How to overcome Eyes and Brain-related problems
According to the Medical Science, “The Human eye was not made to look constantly at TV, laptops or phone.” For a proper functioning eye system, it is necessary to improve the blood circulation in the optic nerves of the eyes to keep them sound and healthy. Eyes ailments are among the major causes of brain-related anomalies. Hence, let us take a quick look at the treating methods of both brain and eyes-
This is a great exercise to improve blood circulation in both brain and eyes muscles and it helps in relieving pain with a greater relaxation. Massaging methods for eyes and brain differ in some manner.
For eye massage, use your thumb and index finger and hold your eyebrow between these two’s in such a manner that your thumb should remain above and index finger should remain below the eyebrow. Now, apply pressure gently to straighten your eyebrows exerting pressure at all points. Another exercise is for the eyeball. Take your thumb and roll around your eyeball and eye socket gently. Both these exercises will improve blood circulation in your eyes.
For the brain, you can use any vegetable oils including sunflower seed oil, olive oil, mustard oil, Amla oil, and others. Put some drops on the head and start rubbing slowly with adequate pressure through the fingertips. You can use your palm as well. Repeat this exercise until the oil gets absorbed into the scalp.
You should do this exercise twice a day as per your convenience for 5-10 minutes per session.
Stimulate your eyes and brain
The technique involved in it is very simple. Wake up in the morning, wash your face with water and fill water in your mouth for a few minutes. Then, release water from your mouth. Repeat it at least three times in the morning. This exercise stimulates eyes and brain muscles due to the pressure exerted by the water filled in the mouth. It also improves your skin and nervous system.
Wash your eyes
Ayurveda suggests that one must not splash water directly into eyes. Instead of this, you should use a tridoishic wash. You can prepare it at home by soaking Triphala churna in water over a night. In morning strain it and washes your eyes with it twice a day. This eyewash helps relax and eliminate stress in the eyes.
Adequate sleep is necessary for relieving stress from brain and eyes. It not only heals and rest but relief from bright lights and strain. It also repairs the cells of your eyes and brain. Experts suggest that meditating for 10 minutes before going to bed is the best way to ensure sound sleep.
Diets for healthy eyes and brain
Apart from all the above-mentioned exercise, a candidate must include the following diets in his/her daily intake necessary for repair and renewal process.
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