1. Exercise

Exercise improves blood circulation, which improves oxygen levels to the eyes and the removal of toxins.

2. Get a good night's sleep
You’ll feel the difference when you get the sleep you need. You’ll look great, you’ll perform at home or work—and good rest will support the health of your eyes

3. Don't Smoke
Smoking exposes your eyes to high levels of oxidative stress. While the connection has not been clearly identified, it is known that smoking increases your risk for a variety of health conditions affecting the eye.

4. Devices and Blue Light
– Keep your computer screen within 20″-24″ of your eye.
– Keep the top of your computer screen slightly below eye level.
– Adjust lighting to minimize glare on the screen.
Blink frequently.
– Take a break every 20 minutes to focus on an object 20 feet away for 20 seconds.
– Use lubricating eye drops to soothe irritated, dry eyes.