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Sleep Tight to Watch Right

In today’s fast paced world the modern society is always on the run, where everyone is trying to make a living and spend longer time working and less time sleeping. As per the bodily needs an adult human body needs at least 8 hours of sleep per day and if deprived of this required rest time it suffers from various diseases and disorders. There are various effects of not getting a good sleep and it not only affects the mood of an individual next day but it also leads to development of dark circles and under eye bags. These article discuses the effects on vision due to deprived sleep…keep reading…

As per to the latest research it has been reported that the human eye needs at least 5 hours of sleep to replenish and function properly. If this time is not provided then the eyes cannot perform to its full potential which leads to vision problems that include the popped blood vessels in the eye.

To begin, many must have noticed that the shortage of sleep can lead dry eye syndrome which is very common, it’s only the required amount of sleep that can actually refresh your eyes and prepare for the long haul of the next day. The eyes look tired; the body pains are noticed most often. People who suffer from dry eye suffer from pain in the eyes, itchiness which leads to redness, blurred vision and even light and air sensitivity.

It’s been noticed in older and middle age people who suffer from sleep apnea a syndrome known as Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy (AION). It is actually an inflammatory disorder of the blood vessels and is noticed in aging people. If the blood supply to the eyes is not regular the optic nerves are damaged due to insufficient blood supply which can also lead to vision loss.

Sleep should be a priority to avoid these kinds of conditions and if you have problems getting tucked in bed then one should try he following for a better sleep time:

  • Light stretching exercises before bed.
  • Reduce the intake of caffeine in daytime.
  • Warm water shower before bed.
  • Stress busting techniques
  • Aromatherapy is also a good solution.

Try these techniques for a good sleep and if you still have problems then it’s time to visit a doctor for better alternatives.