Quote: Originally Posted by noskas16
I do understand that, I am just asking if anyone knows any alternatives, for example, what kind of vitamins should I use, or maybe there is some medicine to us. As I said: I can't change my life style :/.
Bold words indeed, I felt the same way when I was your age. Invincible!
And you want to be a programmer? You keep going the way you are, and you will be burned out by the time you reach thirty-five.
An interesting look at common Programmer health problems: Shedding Bikes: Programming Culture And Philosophy
The technical on Dark eyes: Infraorbital Dark Circles: Definition, Causes, and Treatment Options - ROH - 2009 - Dermatologic Surgery - Wiley Online Library
Do you keep hydrated?
Drink more water. 8-10 glasses per day, no excuses. Water helps to cleanse your body of impurities, which can contribute to dark eye circles.
Do you have chronic (read:infected) sinus problems?
You will need to see a doctor for this.
Do you have allergies?
Related to sinus, but caused by outside factors, like, animals, dust, molds, food, plants, perfumes, dyes, bathroom soaps, even something as mundane as the type of laundry detergent you use.
Do you have a healthy diet?
You asked about vitamins.
E, K, and antioxidants help, but if you have a well rounded diet you can get these in your meals.
E, and K can be toxic if taken in large doses.
You may not think it, but it sounds like you are already under a good deal of Stress: Understanding Stress: Symptoms, Signs, Causes, and Effects
See also, links near bottom of page: Home Remedies for Dark Circles, Under Eye Treatment
Tips on reducing workstation fatigue: HealthyComputing - The Premier Source For Computer and Office Ergonomics
Do not forget, you are in this for the long haul, you have 70, 80, maybe even 90 years ahead of you, and you need to start developing healthy habits now.
Remember these words:
If you will not change your lifestyle, then your lifestyle will certainly change you.