Your vision accounts for the majority of information you experience via your bodily senses. And do you know what's especially bad for your eyes? Staring at screens all day long! While we've long moved on from the era of flickering, irradiated CRT monitors that destroy our vision, screens of all kinds still give our eyes a tiring, prolonged workout every day – unless your job doesn't involve staring at smartphones or working with a computer, which is kind of rare these days.Surprisingly, despite firing millions of illuminated pixels at your retinas, smartphones can actually help with maintaining your eyes. The Eye Exercises app by healthcare4mobile includes a bunch of vision therapy exercises to address common eye problems and practices, such as eye relaxation, dry eye, lazy eye, and other conditions.Featuring over 50 exercises across 10 categories, the app sets you off on the right path with 7 ready-made training plans, 12 eye tests, and 8 quizzes to check your knowledge of eye … [Read more...] about Eye Exercises app does the impossible, turns your glowing smartphone screen into a vision aid
0. phoneArena posted on 21 Jul 2016, 04:19 Surprisingly, despite firing millions of illuminated pixels at your retinas, smartphones can actually help with maintaining your eyes. The Eye Exercises app by Healthcare4mobile includes a bunch of vision therapy exercises to address common eye problems and practices, such as eye relaxation, dry eye, lazy eye, and other conditions... This is a discussion for a news. To read the whole news, click here posted on 21 Jul 2016, 04:30 1 1. ibend (Posts: 6747; Member since: 30 Sep 2014) so much blue light... posted on 22 Jul 2016, 02:06 1 2. Fellwalker (Posts: 438; Member since: 04 Apr 2014) Is this an advert or an article, you should be embarrassed. . It sure reads like an advert. Shouldn't it have a big banner at the top, or something in the attribution to say so? If it is an … [Read more...] about Comments for : Eye Exercises app does the impossible, turns your glowing smartphone screen into a vision aid
Everyone can agree that working out is an essential part of having a longer, healthier, and ultimately more enjoyable life. However, the reality of today is that many of us lead a sedentary lifestyle, as we're no longer required to move that much in order to survive. We satisfy most of our daily needs by staring at our phones and computers, and while no one can deny the advantages of technology, this modern convenience is certainly not doing any favors to one's health. Yes, we're not saying anything you haven't probably heard already, and getting into the whole exercise thing can be a very daunting task for a beginner. Still, the same technology that's keeping you from working out can be used to get you off the couch and into shape. This is exactly what we have for you today: 5 apps for iOS and Android that will help you make good on that New Year's resolution, get those six-pack abs you've always dreamed of, and most importantly – inspire you to become a better version of … [Read more...] about Get off the couch and into shape with these 5 workout and exercise apps!
By Andrea Romano2016-01-01 13:00:52 UTC In 2016, cut yourself a break. Let this be the year you're not going to go overboard with tons of lofty New Year's resolutions that you're never going to achieve. Start small. Go easy. Be honest with yourself. See also: 11 People Who Should Cancel Their Gym Memberships You can still achieve good health and a happy life without going through some painstaking program, and you might not even have to change your lifestyle that much. Or at all. Don't change it at all. You do you. We know you've got a lot on your plate. It's okay. Depressed Dog Lay on a wooden or tile floor for 18 hours a day. Great for your back. Subway Shoving Purposely board the rush hour train last so you have to shove your way on. Solid tricep workout. Procrastination Panic Do nothing for the whole year, then when New Year's Eve 2016 rolls around, immediately jump into a panic and run around screaming. Great cardio. Running from Responsibilities This is more of … [Read more...] about 10 exercises for people with honest New Year’s resolutions
By Brian Anthony Hernandez2012-01-02 11:41:17 UTC If you've made any New Year's resolutions to get fit in 2012, this detailed infographic from health-content startup Greatist may come in handy on your journey toward a healthier you. The visual guide is packed with information compiled from Fittit, the fitness section of social news site Reddit where people help each other regarding diet and exercise. Fittit has more than 110,500 subscribers. One "Fittiter" posted the infographic on Fittit, which has sparked a lively discussion about the guide's content. SEE ALSO: 13 Ways to Get in Shape With Digital Fitness Tools Are these tips helpful? What advice do you have for fellow readers? Sound off in the comments. … [Read more...] about Reddit’s Guide to Fitness Dishes Out Diet and Exercise Tips [INFOGRAPHIC]