Here are some tips for improving the efficiency of your sense organs.
We all know that vision is the most important of all our senses, so we need to take care of our eyes. We cannot live life to the fullest without vision.
Eat food rich in vitamin A.
Add vitamin A rich food like carrots, papaya, apples etc. to your diet. Vitamin A improves the quality of your vision.
Wear sunglasses whenever you go out.
Use sunglasses whenever you go outside to protect you eyes from the ultraviolet rays of the sun.
Retain moisture in your eyes
As tears are very helpful in preventing dry eyes, cut onions once a month or blink rapidly for 5 minutes to retain the moisture.
Use an air conditioner only when necessary
Air conditioning decreases the humidity in your eyes and makes them dry which can result in corneal abrasions. So decrease the use of air conditioner.
Use an Anti Glaring Glass While at the Computer
And keep the screen just below your eye level.
Rest your eyes every hour when reading
Close your eyes for 5 minutes every hour while reading or working with eyes.
Apply Peppermint Oil or Vanilla to Your Arm and Inhale it
Peppermint oil and vanilla stimulate the limbic system in your brain, which in turn stimulates the rods in your eyes. This will help us see even in dim light.
A Simple Exercise for the Eyes
Put a small dot on the tip of the nose and stare at the point with both the eyes for 2 minutes. Then close your eyes. Repeating this process 3 times daily improves both the efficiency of the eyes and brain.
To improve the efficiency of your sense of smell, follow these techniques.
Avoid offensive odors
Prolonged exposure to bad odors will diminish the your olfactory abilities.
Go For a Brisk Walk
Daily brisk walking enhances the sense of smell.
Use Sniff Therapy
According to Dr. Hirsch sniffing something with a strong odor for 3 minutes, 5 to 6 times daily can improve the efficiency of your smell within four months.
Eat Zinc Rich Food
Add zinc rich food to your diet at least once a week as zinc deficiency decreases the ability of sense of smell.
Avoid Cigarettes and Alcohol
Stay away from cigarettes and alcohol as long term smoking damages the olfactory nerves in the back of your nose and the rise of blood alcohol decreases the sense of smell.
Simple Exercise for Developing Your Sense of Smell:
Close your right nostril with thumb and inhale with left nostril, now close the left nostril and exhale with right nostril. Do this for 5 times daily to improve the efficiency of smell.
Clean Your Nose with Saline Spray
Clean your blocked nose with saline spray. This will release blocked nerve receptors.
If the tongue is not attended to you will loose your sense of taste. The tongue is used as an indication for health as well. So increase the efficiency of your tongue and enjoy delicious foods.