Massage tips to help you “block” ametropia

Abstract: the daily health care of ametropia needs us to start with some small things in our daily life. Ophthalmologists suggest that the prevention of ametropia also questions the good habits of daily sleep, including regular and constant sleep, and don’t read while lying down. These are bad habits that may cause ametropia., Ametropia is usually manifested as myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism, which affect vision. With the increase of computer users in modern society, more and more ametropia symptoms appear in people. Here are three massage methods to help you stay away from ametropia., 1. Eyeball pressing method: close your eyes, gently press the eyeball with the fingertips of your index finger, middle finger and ring finger, or rotate and gently rub. If it can’t last too long or knead hard, it will stop in about 20 seconds, which can effectively prevent ametropia., 2. Pressing forehead method: the three fingers of both hands rotate and rub from the center of forehead to the left and right temples, and then press the temples with force. The force can be applied with fingertips. So the fundus will feel comfortable. Repeat 3 ~ 5 times to reduce the possibility of ametropia., 3. Pressing between the eyebrows: stick the thumb abdomen to the recess below the root of the eyebrows, and gently press or rotate. Repeat 3 times. Look at the distance with your eyes, turn your eyes to the right – up – left – down direction, and don’t shake your head. In addition, blinking and closing your eyes can also eliminate eye fatigue and prevent ametropia., The above three massage methods can be used in daily life and work when you feel eye fatigue, which can prevent ametropia.,

ametropia usually shows myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism, which affect vision. With the increase of computer users in modern society, more and more ametropia symptoms appear in people. Here are three massage methods to help you stay away from ametropia.

1. Eyeball pressing method: close your eyes, gently press the eyeball with the fingertips of your index finger, middle finger and ring finger, or rotate and rub gently. If it can’t last too long or knead hard, it will stop in about 20 seconds, which can effectively prevent ametropia.

2. Pressing the forehead method: three fingers of both hands rotate and rub from the center of the forehead to the left and right temples, and then press the temples with force. You can apply force with your fingertips. So the fundus will feel comfortable. Repeat 3 ~ 5 times to reduce the possibility of ametropia.

3. Pressing between the eyebrows: stick the thumb abdomen to the recess below the root of the eyebrows, press or rotate gently. Repeat 3 times. Look at the distance with your eyes, turn your eyes to the right – up – left – down direction, and don’t shake your head. In addition, blinking and closing your eyes can also eliminate eye fatigue and prevent ametropia.

the above three massage methods can be used in daily life and work when you feel eye fatigue, which can prevent ametropia.