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Prevent and Treat Tired Eyes

Filed Under: Supplements at 11:23 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak
Krill is a rich source of astaxanthinEye fatigue has become a common problem. Everyone watches television and most people use a computer for work or leisure.

The human eye normally needs special care but if you spend hours in front of a computer everyday, you could be suffering from eye fatigue.

Proper care and prevention are important to avoid potential complications such as eye irritation, eye weakness, difficulty of switching focus from close-up to long distance, and poor ability to focus on objects.

Several natural products may help to improve your eyes condition. Studies have shown that Astaxanthin reduces eyestrain and eye fatigue.

The question is: what is Astaxanthin?

Astaxanthin is a carotenoid xanthophyll, which means yellow leaves. It can be found naturally in microalgea, salmon, krill, shrimp, crayfish and trout. Unlike some carotenoids, astaxanthin does not convert to vitamin A in the human body and overdose is not considered toxic.

In addition, it’s a very powerful antioxidant, nearly ten times stronger than other carotenoids.

Studies have suggested that 6 mg astaxanthin daily in combination with lutein and zeaxanthin can promote eye health. It may significantly recuperate visual function by improving blood flow to the ciliary muscles, promoting anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects.

Astaxanthin is completely safe to use, no side effects have been noted. It may be the best product to maintain your eyes healthy or to prevent potential problems.

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2 Responses to “Prevent and Treat Tired Eyes”

  1. Michael Edson says:

    Along with supplementing with astaxanthin, daily eye exercises can help reduce eyestrain.
    Our eyes and vision were designed for viewing distance as hunters and gatherers, and not for ongoing near work as required by regular computer use. As a result, Computer Eye Strain is becoming one of the major eye complaints heard by eye doctors today.
    Symptoms can include increased myopia, blurred vision, headaches, slow refocusing, difficulty concentrating, neck, shoulder and back pain. Eye strain can be reduced significantly by taking regular breaks from the computer, resting your eyes, stretching and doing eye exercises.

  2. Carolynn Viana says:

    I am constantly stunned by the fact that in a humanity as bright and rational as ours, that so few people seem to pay attention to valuable alternatives which are readily usable to them to raise their personal health. It seems that a majority of people are more interested in a band aid in the form of a MD visit and precriptions than in managing their own health process, and doing so in a way that is natural, predictable, and sustainable. That is what makes me appreciate efforts like yours to prepare and prompt individuals to execute. I hope that through these attempts, and others, that awareness increases rapidly and the population at large establishes to a mentality of personalized health that doesn’t rely upon medical specialists and drugs.

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