DOs And Don't for eye yoga
• While reading follow rule of 20-20-20. Every 20 minutes look 20 feet far for 20 seconds.
• Do not read in lay down posture.
• Blinking is good for eyes.
• Do some neck & shoulder exercise.
• Drink alkaline water.
• Avoid long hours at the computer or TV.
• Anti-glare screens - If there is no way to minimize glare from light sources, consider using a screen glare filter. These filters decrease the amount of light reflected from the screen.
• Do eat your vitamins and your leafy greens. Both are rich in carotenoids, a nutrient essential to good vision.
• While doing exercise, please use spectacles minimum
• Don’t work in poor light.
• Don’t wash your eyes with tap water, use RO water and it would be great if uses cold water or Rose water.
• Regular eye examinations and proper viewing habits can help to prevent or reduce the development of the symptoms associated with Computer Vision Syndrome.
• Do eye yoga daily to keep eyes healthy.
• Don’t stop exercise suddenly.
• Don’t wear your old lenses, change them immediately after improvement in your number.
Preksha Meditation is a researched technique done under famous cardiologist Padam Shri Dr. S.C. Manchanda (Ex. H.O.D. Cardilology at AIIMS Delhi) and Various researchers at Adhyatm Sadhna Kendra For Last 20 Years Specially on the Patient with Heart Disease & Other.
This Technique of meditation has found tremendous result in curing of disease like obesity,stress,Heart Disease,Diabetes,B.P.,Cancer,Arthritis,Joints Pain,Thyroid,Kidney & Liver Disorders & Other aliments
Yogasanas, the yogic exercises are an essential part of Preksha Meditation. Until and unless the body is put into a relaxed, still and steady posture, one fails to achieve deep state of meditation. According to the Jain yoga practices, in the beginning, one should perform the yogic exercises on the floor in a lying posture that requires less energy. Subsequently yogic exercises in sitting and standing postures may be performed which increases the levels of energy consumption.