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How To Relieve Computer Eye Strain with Acupressure

Just to share a quick tip on how to relieve computer eye strain with acupressure from hours of staring your computer screen. My eyes are not good and I cannot sustain hours of computer work without eye pain, redness, eye fatigue, and even headache. I use this remedy all the time, and it really works!

Are you willing to try? Continue reading.

Quick and Easy Acupressure Remedy for Eye Strain:

This is a type of acupressure that include 5 steps to relieve eye strain in 2 minutes.

Step 1 -?Bring both of your palms together tightly.

With your left hand steady, start rotating the right hand from 12 o’clock to 6:00 o’clock and quickly go back to 12:00 o’clock position. Repeat same direction over and over again for a few seconds until you feel both of your palms are hot, this might take about 30 seconds more or less. The trick is to move your hand quickly, as possible, to generate heat from friction.

Step 2 – With your left hand steady, start rotating the right hand from 12 o’clock to 6:00 o’clock and quickly go back to 12:00 o’clock position. Repeat same direction over and over again for a few seconds until you feel both of your palms are hot, this might take about 30 seconds more or less. The trick is to move your hand quickly, as possible, to generate heat from friction.

Step 3 -?Cup your palms on each eye left and right respectively, and rest your elbows on the table or on your thighs.

Step 4 – Relax your eyes, don’t roll or don’t move side to side. Keep eyeballs in a neutral position.

Step 5 – Wait for 2 minutes, or more if you like and remove your hands. Your eyes should be feeling relaxed and free from pain, redness, and fatigue. You may repeat as needed.

Hope this message on how to relieve computer eye strain with acupressure will help you too!

If you need to know more quick acupressure tips, leave a comment below and I hope I can help you.

Thanks.

Bliss

 

4 Comments

  1. Jason

    Hi Bliss
    Thank you for this article. Its fantastic and I’ve just used your technique – it works a treat. With your permission I’d like to share a link to your website in my daily paper (thepost.healingnations.co – feel free to remove this bit in brackets just mentioning so you know where I would mention it). I’ll await your reply before I publish it, but it’s terrific so would love to share with my readers and hopefully would get you some followers also.

    Thanks again
    Jason

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    1. admin

      Hi Jason! Good morning.

      It felt good isn’t it? Thank you very much asking me to share it. Please DO SHARE the post, I highly appreciate it. It could help me too in building a traffic to my site via your site. Can I also share yours?

      Thank you.

      Bliss

      Reply
  2. Milla

    Hi Bliss, thank you for the tip. Computer eye strain is a very common problem these days. I am not sure if I have done it correctly, but I think it helped. Can you please advise in step two, is it important that the left hand is kept steady? Is there a special purpose for this or just to warm the palms? Very curious.

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    1. Bliss Nadela (Post author)

      Hi Mila, How are you!
      Thank you very much for taking interest in my post, and for the answer to your question on step 2:
      You can actually do whatever is comfortable to you. You can alternate rotating left and right if you feel like it is easier. There is no fixed rule here. The purpose of this step is just to create heat from both your palms.
      Hope this helped you. Give me another message if you have other questions.
      Take care and God Bless.
      Bliss

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