Have you ever found yourself wondering what you’d do if one of your precious senses was shut down somehow? The thought of life without sight and sound is particularly distressing. They fill our lives with so much information and stimulation, not to mention pleasure. When you’re attending gay massage in London, lying down in a calm, peaceful environment, the senses become heightened, adding to the enjoyment. How hard and how devastating it would be to lose either the ability to see or to hear? Fortunately, there are things we can do to help these senses stay strong. Let’s address sight. There are plenty of day-to-day thing we do that can have a damaging effect on this most precious of senses.
Screen-time. The blue light emitted by the machines we use is thought to be linked with macular degeneration – which means damage to central vision. It’s important to have plenty of time away from screens and, when you have to use them, remember to blink frequently to keep your eyes lubricated. If you forget, you’ll end up with painful, dry, exhausted eyes. Screens should be 15 inches or more away from your face. If necessary, increase the font size in your web-browser or document.
General health – Carrying too much extra weight on your body and puffing away on cigarettes increases the chances of cataracts, macular degeneration and glaucoma plus a whole host of other eye ailments. Give your lifestyle an overhaul, focussing on diet and smoking cessation, and your eyes will thank you.
Be Careful. Tripping up and landing with a blow to the head can result in a detached retina; the last thing you want. In fact, any blunt trauma to the eye area can cause loss of sight. So exercise caution and awareness wherever you are to avoid unnecessary falls or bumps.
Reading. As we age, we often find we have to hold books a little further away in order to focus on the words. This is no bad thing. Holding a book too close to our faces forces our eyes to work harder than necessary. Strain can be the result. The eyeballs can end up becoming elongated and the next thing you know, you’ve been diagnosed with myopia. It’s a slippery slope. Give your eyes a good rest in between bouts of reading. During your breaks, focus on something much further away, to allow your eyes to relax. If you really want to give your eyes a holiday, book some gay massage in London. During your appointment, the last thing you’ll want to do is read a book.
So, let’s all look after our eyes – they are the precious organs that connect us with the world and our loved ones.