Resting a few hours, having bad dreams or radically changing your sleeping habits can leave you with the unpleasant marks under the eyes that we know as dark circles. However, if you still have this problem even if you sleep well, follow these tips to treat annoying dark circles:
Sleeping Beauty- Yes, we already said it, however it is worth remembering. Depending on your own metabolism, adults generally need 7 to 9 hours each night. Try to go to bed at a regular time, do not sleep with the TV or radios on, make sure your room is dark and well ventilated.
You are what you eat- Eat balanced, including fruits and vegetables in your diet. Lack of vitamin B12 is one of the causes of black marks and swelling around the eyes. It is found in its natural form in salmon, cow's milk, cheese, eggs, chicken, and turkey. If necessary, you can include a vitamin complex in your eating routine. It is recommended that you decrease the consumption of salt, since this contributes to fluid retention and affects circulation, which makes the skin under the eyes appear blue.
Goodbye to cigarette- In addition to affecting your lungs, brain function and blood pressure, cigarette smoking causes circulation problems that can lead to reddish or bluish marks under the eyes.
Relax- Eliminating or reducing the sources of anxiety and stress in your life is essential to stabilize your sleep and eating patterns. Also lowering the stress level will have an immediate effect on the appearance of your skin and will help reduce dark circles.
Home remedies against dark circles- Because "the devil knows more by old than by devil", these are the grandmother's tricks to reduce dark circles.