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How to Get rid of Dark Circles

Dark circles are definitely something anyone can easily notice on another person and in most cases it’s closely linked to exhaustion and fatigue. However, there are many other completely unrelated issues that can cause dark circles. You might even have a genetic predisposition for dark circles, so it’s obviously nothing you should go crazy about. It is possible to make it even worse by using suspicious and cheap moisturizers, even though this doesn’t occur as common as one might expect. Today I will give you a short overview of all of the known solutions which can help you get through any dark circles issue – if anything, temporarily.

A good night’s sleep

Definitely the most obvious solution and chances are you know about it – the real question is you following it through? Sleep needs to be deep and long enough in order for you to get all of the benefits from it. This usually means changing some other habits that might interfere with it. One of the most common such habits are midnight food binging, which needs to leave as soon as possible.

Generally a good, balanced diet

We’re all human beings and therefore we all have some specific requirements which are equal to everyone. I won’t go into nutritional details, as this goes far deeper into the issue and can be considered as an individual problem. Establishing a balance is a universal method of resolving such basic dietary issues and it’s really necessary that you do at least this. Eating lots of vegetables, a bit less of fruits and an assortment of other nutrient rich foods such as eggs, lean meat, nuts should become your daily routine.

Avoid excessive exposure to displays

A lot of people nowadays use computers for a variety of every day events. Whether this is a job, entertainment or anything else it is harmful to a certain extent. You should limit your screen exposure to about 5-6 hours per day if that is possible.

Drink enough water

Instead of using moisturizer creams, you can simply drink more water – in the long run, the effect will be the same, regardless of all of the marketing and vitamins being involved in moisturizers and other cosmetic products. You should focus on establishing a new diet routine which will then bring those needed vitamins through your blood stream all over your body, including your eyes.

Use natural supplements

Industrially produced supplements are effective, but a consequence of that is their toxicity. Over extended periods of use, such supplements may cause issues and irritation on your skin, especially if you have sensitive skin. Always use natural oils and fruit extracts which will give only the highest benefit, without any harmfulness.

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Rani Vyas

Rani Vyas

I'm a Medical Consultant Doctor with a keen interest in Medical bioinformatics and genuinely intriguing way of presenting boring medical knowledge in an enchanting and eye catching way.

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