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Your Questions About Eye Exercises For Myopia

February 25, 2012

David asks…

Self cured myopia?

Five months ago I’ve had such a bad myopia that I couldn’t see the TV. I did not go to an optologist though. After a month my vision became better I could see the TV clearly. Sometime after that everything in the living room got clear, I was very excited and happy but still when looking outside in the park the trees were blurry. About a month ago I started doing eye exercises and I focused a lot on the trees outside and other things in the park. After a week of doing the same routine I woke up and after not looking outside for an hour I thought about exercizing my eyes and like always took a look at the trees in the park and there was a big change! It was so much clearer, I could see the small branches and leaves. After three weeks my vision gets better and better everyday. On the other side of the park I stuck a yellow stick in the ground and focus on it, and I see changes in better vision. This is an amazing experience. The only problem is why does it worsen when it is darker outsid?
Then how do you explain this miracle that happened to me?!

admin answers:

Well that is pretty unusual, but it is IMPOSSIBLE to inprove your vision with eye exercises. However, sometimes, people’s vision just changes overtime. Your eyes could just be changing on their own.

William asks…

how can I see clearly without glasses?

I am 13 years old and I have been wearing glasses for quite some time, and my mum wont let me buy contacts (lol), and I’m obviously too young to do an operation…….so I was wondering if anyone could give my some tips on how to cure myopia either via: eye yoga, pills, eye exercises or…….anything, pls .

also, can anyone WHO HAS USED pinhole glasses, pls tell me if they work or not,

P.S. my glass lenses are +4.50 and +4.75 (just to let you know)

admin answers:

I am an ophthalmic technician and there really is not anything you can do to correct vision. Aides are aides for a reason. At the age of 13, your eye muscles are trained to act a certain way. Eye exercises and therapy really aren’t anything that can help, because the therapy and exercises correct the way an eye positions itself (ie, if it pulls to the right or left) but not the vision. Pinhole works, but it’s not practical because it eliminates your pheriphal (side vision) vision and considering that you are 13 and while you do have poor vision, there are many many cases that have worse vision than you at a younger age and there is not much you can do until you get old enough for contacts or laser correction. Your eyes can’t “get worse from sitting in front of a TV” or “reading in the dark” so they can’t get better by “training.” And by the way, you are not myopic if you have a + in front of your correction power. You are hyperopic, or farsighted. Myopic refers to nearsighted, or with a – in front of the correction power. Your eyes are part of the human body, so they react just like everything else, they act on their own, you just have to have the glasses/ surgery to correct the biological process.

Ruth asks…

The human eye and myopia?

The lens of the eye are connected to the ciliary body by connective tissue called the zonnules of zinn.
When the ciliary muscles contract then they curve the lens of the eye to focus on near objects where as when they expand or relax they flatten the lens to focus on far away objects.
I am 16 years old and wear spectacles of -4.00 diopters. I had myopia from grade 7 and didn’t get it checked out. At first it wasn’t major. I could see almost everything. I used to use the computer (I had a CRT monitor) and watched the T.V at close distances ( 10-15cm) for 6 to 7 hours. That’s where my eyes went bad. Now its only logical that by focusing at close distances for long hours the ciliary muscles in my eyes became too contracting. Now if I look at far away objects for long hours while occasionally looking at near objects, I will be exercising them to focus on far away objects. (I am willing to do this exercise for as long it takes to regain my eye sight back and I am also ready to maintain a good diet rich with vitamin and beta carotene etc. to improve my eyes because my ambition in life is to be a fighter I want nothing else. I am ready to give up anything for it. But I don’t want surgery because it is dangerous and has many side effects and I just can’t surmount enough money to go to a good doctor).
I really do think I might have Pseudo-Myopia

admin answers:

Yes.. That’s logical if your myopia is due to ‘cilliary body’ cramping/spasms… = PSEUDO MYOPIA.

However most myopia is NOT due to the cilliar body contracting.. But due the eye ball growing LONGER!!!… Or the CORNEA growing too curved.

You see.. In the case of the eyeball growing longer… The cilliary body doesn’t even contract at all, and the lens is as flat as it can be… Yet, its focus is still too short for the eye.. And so everything far away is blurry… Now the lens can’t get any flatter.. And the cilliary body can’t relax.. And so you get AXIAL MYOPIA.

Similary.. If the cornea’s (or lens) curvature is too steep.. Then, even with the lens and cilliary body relaxed.. The eye power is too high, and is focused up close… = REFRACTIVE MYOPIA.

Sorry.. But it’s most likely that your myopia is AXIAL.. And hence, only glasses/contacts/laser surgery (to flatten the cornea even more) is a corrective path for myopia.

Furthermore… Beta-carotene and vitamins help the retina convert light to electrical nerve impulses… And has nothing to do with the eyes focusing… So even if you inject carrot juice into your eye, you’ll still need glasses/CL’s or Laser surgery to treat myopia.

Lastly… All you want is to be a FIGHTER???.. As in a professional ‘sport’.. Like Boxing, Wrestling… Or that ‘rubbish’ that’s on TV now?… I wonder what ever have you been through to make you feel that all you want to do is dish out pain and suffering to a fellow human being… And ‘justifying’ it to yourself as a ‘sport’?

How about 1 month after 1 fight… You have a bleed in the brain and have a stroke… Become paralysed on your Right half of your body.. Can’t talk, can’t even swallow your own saliva, let alone any food… And seeing your crying parents, only when they’re sitting on your Left side (coz you’re completely R world blind)… As they spoon feed mush into your mouth?

Maybe you’ll be lucky, and you’ll become world champion… And after you collect your belt, you visit your oponent.. Who is in the exact condition that I described above.. Coz you’ve given him a brain injury that’s made him a paraplegic?

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Your Questions About Eye Exercises For Astigmatism

February 1, 2012

Robert asks…

Is this really astigmatism? Is there any way to permanently correct it?

I have had perfect vision, my whole life. (except for severe photophobia)
Now at age 26, they tell me I have astigmatism. Is it really possible for the shape of my inner eye to suddenly change shape? Is there any permanent thing I can do to correct my vision without a prescription? (Surgery, exercises, etc.)

Before I hear anything about taking surgery over glasses, I’ll tell you that my photophobia requires me to wear sunglasses, constantly. They get scratched up, and have to be replaced frequently. As this is a pre existing condition, I would be forced to pay for prescription sunglasses upwards of five times per year, at 1-2 hundred US dollars each pair. Clearly that would be unacceptable. (I currently buy cheap- but attractive non prescription glasses, regularly because my work and family cause them to scratch and or break, often.)
Contacts are also out of the question (they make my eyes even more sensitive to the light.)

Would really appreciate your advice.
Yes things are getting blurry. I think it’s a minor prescription, not a major one, and no, it is not a matter of being careful with the lenses. The frames break and the lenses get cracked or scratched. It’s not really avoidable. If it were, I’d avoid them. The glasses wouldn’t bother me otherwise. (hazards from work)… (and toddlers at home). Thanks anyway.
Everyone tells me they are hard to break/crack. They aren’t.

admin answers:

I hear that lasik eye surgery can fully correct astigmatism, I have an astigmatism also and my eye doctor said I could get lasik,

I also have photophobia too! I also have to wear sunglasses a lot.

But as far as I’ve searched around, only lasik seems like a perfect fit.

The surgery will correct the astigmatism but not sure about the photophobia.

Donna asks…

vertigo, blindness in both eyes?

end of nov 2010 i went blind out of nowhere for 15 minutes. i woke up at first and saw fine, but after walking for a min i slowly but rapidly lost my vision.. as it were “disintegrating” away into black. i doubt you went blind like i did, but this is how i felt: i had vertigo. my body went numb. i feel a little nauseous, i couldnt walk right or couldnt hold my head up without it feeling heavy. the whole room was spinning. i started to sweat and i think my heart beat got faster but after 15 minutes, i slowly got it back “disintegrating” again

i got mri’s and cat scans and apparently everything came back normal. i have white spots on my brain but apparently “theyre just spots of liquid” which i think is bs. they think i just have migraines so im on painkillers when needed. but yesterday at 2:40 i woke up to blow my nose, and i went blind again. i was trying to get back to my bed before i went completely blind. i knocked things over trying to get there. but after 4 mins it came back

I think the neurologists diagnosis is complete im going to another doctor to get a second opinion. do you guys have any ideas what it could be? and when i lose my vision.. its completely gone. not partially.

OH! i also have 3 kinds of lyme disease. they were all treated. i have exercise induced asthma, and acid reflux. i wear contacts. i have 2 different prescriptions cuz my left eye as astigmatism. (-1.50, -1:00)

i know. im a mess lol :(

when i lose my vision, i am still awake. i did not pass out. i can still walk around and hear things correctly..

heres the mri side view and i circled the spots spots that are shown –>

admin answers:

This article about Lyme disease indicates that repeated courses of antibiotics may be needed to cure it.


Nancy asks…

Left eye got irritated and cloudy after putting a contact in after 3 days of being in solution, why?

I have astigmatism and wear 30 day contacts, which I take out for cleaning about every 2 weeks. I put them in solution on Sunday and have been wearing my glasses. Before I was going to work out tonight I put them back in and my left eye had a bad reaction that was of a stinging pain and got really irritated. I figured this was probably just from the solution and kept the contact in until the pain went away, and it did. Then as I was starting to look around I noticed that my vision in the left eye was kinda cloudy. So I took the contact out and cleaned it again, but the cloudiness didn’t disappear. When I came home after exercising I took them out again and put my glasses on and the cloudiness has reduced significantly. Whaaaat is going on?!
@Jared – I put them in a new a case following the same logic, we shall see
@the mom- I use Renu solution

admin answers:

There are a couple possibilities. Anytime you wear contacts for an extended period of time, they become coated with proteins from the tears of your eye. Over days, that coating thickens- which is why you need to remove them and get them into the enzyme solution. Sometime, you just have one that gets coated a little thicker for some reason and the solution may not be able to get it all off. But it is able to loosen it. Putting it in your eye may have just mechanically removed enough of it to bug you. The stinging could also mean your solution is not as well buffered pH-wise, and the difference caused it to sting. As it got diluted in the tears, the stinging went away. Not knowing exactly what type of lenses you wear, or your solution, it’s hard to give you a better answer. However, anytime a contact causes a problem, the best thing to do is dispose of it and start with a fresh lens. I know, the expense can be an objection- but your eye and vision are worth it. You might also want to change out solution, and check the expiration date of the bottle you used. It’s not a good idea to have a bottle of solution open for months either, so if you bought the giant size and only use it once a month- it may be time to replace it. Also, the case itself needs disinfecting and drying as well. When you remove contacts and put them in your eyes, you should dump out the old solution, wash and airdry the case. Each time you put contacts in a case, it should go into a previously dry case, with new solution. You also need to use the solution your doctor recommends, and not change it without speaking to him/her first. Best way for now is to discard those contacts, clean the case, and replace the solution. If the vision cloudiness persists, see the doctor.

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Your Questions About Naturally Improve Eyesight Exercise

December 28, 2011

Mark asks…


Ever since i was 11, i have been wearing glasses -> and i started at -3 for both eyes
and due to the optometrists’ orders, i have been wearing them all the time, even when i
didnt need them.. rite now im 15 and my eyesight for both eyes is -7!
This is terrible and i feel my eyesight is deteriorating at an incredible rate.
what makes me wonder, my friend who had the same eysight as me in grade 6,
and it has not increased one bit.. but she only wore them when she needed them
(for copying notes in class) im soo scared and i know my eysight is extremely
severe myopia! :( i want to save/improve my eyesight PLEASE! dont mention
glasses, contacts, lasik.. i already know that.. i also heard bout eye exercises
(dont rlly know much bout it though)
please anything would be GREATLY appreciated!!!
thank you so much in advance!

ALSO: its not genetic (no one in my family has glasses, except me and my brother)

thanks so much!!!!!!!

P.S. if anyone has past experiences with poor eyesight and how
they improved it naturally, that would be amazing! no scams pls :)

admin answers:

This is very common for a lot of people. Do not feel like you are alone here. It may not be your immediate family that has bad eyes, but do your grandparents, cousins, uncles for it to be genetic.

Unfortunately glasses and contacts do not change the shape of your cornea like LASIK, so your eyes will never get better by using glasses or contacts. It seems as if you eyes are not stable to get LASIK either yet. I’d recommend trying eye exercises. There are a few programs like Impact Vision Training which offers RevitalVision. Http://

Charles asks…

Improving Eyesight????????

I heard that to improve it all we need to do is eye exercises. I have a -8 vision which is really bad so i want to naturally cure my bad vision. So does doing the exercise work? And when we do exercise our eyes do we wear glasses or not? I am very afraid that my vision will go up and i know it will since my glasses has been getting blurrier. PLease help me :) THX <3

admin answers:

Such exercises work to a limited extent.
But not enough to fix your eyes.

It’s probably true that it might help keep them from getting worse.
Or at least as bad as they would otherwise.

Not knowing all of your details, i surely can’t say what to do.

For folks that are a bit near or far sighted, looking at something close, then something far away, helps strengthen the muscles that are used to make that adjustment.

I’d think that if you were to do anything, you’d want your glasses on, and do the exercise i just described.
You want to be able to see, so that your eye muscles actually try to focus.
If you don’t have your glasses on, they won’t do that, and the exercise won’t help at all.

Betty asks…

How can I improve my eyesight naturally?

I heard something about exercises.Like putting your palms on your eyes for 2 minutes.Follow your fingers as they go up & down. Then stare at a color wall & move your eyes in a shape of a triangle,square,circle,etc.Then put your palms on your eyes for 2 minutes again.I dont know if this works or if there is another way.Please help!

admin answers:

I have personally found the following to be helpful:

(From Dr. Deepak Chopra’s audio tape set Magical Mind. Magical Body. Tape 5 covers sensory input to bring about changes in the physiology through the sense of sight.)

Research shows that what we take in through our sight profoundly influences our physiology, i.e. Heart rate, blood pressure, hormones, etc. Enhanced sensory perception can result in improvement in memory, creativity, attention span, and learning ability. The following procedures are designed to improve vision, the sense of color perception and access different information in consciousness.

Do everyday for 5 to 6 minutes.

Never go to a point of strain or fatigue.

Rest for 10 seconds in between exercises by closing eyes.

Do with corrective lenses removed.

Exercise to increase sensitivity to light by stimulating the rods and cones of the retina which are responsible for light perception. With eyes closed, look in the direction of the sun or a full spectrum light for 15 to 20 seconds.

Exercise to improve color perception, to make colors more vibrant and lively by stimulating cones for color perception. This exercise of watching the colors in the quantum mechanical body has a spontaneous healing effect. With eyes closed, look in the direction of the sun or a full spectrum light for 15 to 20 seconds. With eyes still closed, massage the eyeballs with the finger tips for another 15 to 20 seconds. Continuing to keep eyes closed gently turn the head away from the sun and back until the whole range of the color spectrum is exposed.

Exercise to prevent or decrease rigidity in the lens, ie decrease of fluid in the lens such as in cataracts. This exercise improves flexibility, pliability, and elasticity to the lens. Focusing – To change the focal length of the lens & improve the internal muscles of the eyeballs, look at an object up close and then at a distance. For example look at your hand 6 inches from your face and then look at an object on the horizon. Repeat this exercise for 15 times without straining.

Distant reading – Pin up on the wall some reading matter and every day move back a little bit to read it.

Close reading – Every day move up a little bit to read the pin-up on the wall.

Exercise to tone the eyelids – Blink eyelids hard and rapidly for 30 seconds.

Exercises using matras or fixed positions of the eye to strengthen the extra-ocular muscles (external muscles of the eyeball which are responsible for eye movement and coordination). This exercise allows us to access different information in consciousness. Holding these fixed positions increases brain wave coherence and strengthens memory, learning ability, increases attention span; all of which lead to a more stable physiology.

Holding the head up, looking straight ahead:

Look up and to the left. Hold this fixed position for 15 seconds. This exercise strengthens the ability of visual recall and is spontaneously made when we want to recall a visual memory.

Look down and to the left. Hold this fixed position for 15 seconds. This movement accesses auditory memory and is spontaneously made when we want to recall a musical tune.

Look up and to the right. Hold this fixed position for 15 seconds. This movement accesses the ability to create new visual forms.

Look down and to the right. Hold this fixed position for 15 seconds. This movement accesses kinesthetic recall and is spontaneously made when we want to recall an experience of touch.

Look to the directly to the right. Hold this fixed position for 15 seconds. This movement accesses the ability to create new sound forms.

Look down to the end of the nose. Hold this fixed position for 15 seconds. This movement accesses the ability to strengthen olfactory sense.

Look down toward the tongue. Hold this fixed position for 15 seconds. This movement accesses the ability to strengthen gustatory senses.

Look upward and inward trying to look at the space between the eyebrows. Hold this position for 15 seconds. This movement accesses the ability to heighten intuition.

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Your Questions About Eye Exercises For Myopia

December 25, 2011

Chris asks…

Any exercises to reverse Nearsightedness/Myopia?

I can’t see images far away clearly, and its something I’ve lived with for a while but I’d like to reverse. I play a lot of tennis and I wish I could pick the ball up early and see where my shots are landing and track the ball better. I’d also like to be able to just see everything better. I have prescription sun glasses for day and regular glasses for nigt, but I don’t like wearing glasses all the time.

I’ve considered contacts, but I’m really afraid of an eye infection and don’t want to go through the effort of putting them in every day. I have an auto immune disorder so I really don’t want any kind of infections, and all the news about the contact lense solution has scared me away from them.

I remember years ago there was a comercial for some kind of eye exercise program that was supposed to improve vision. Where can I find info on that or anything else that might help?

admin answers:

I recently started doing eye exercises to try to improve my vision. I created a blog where I record my progress with the exercises.

I havent’ noticed any improvement as yet, but other people also post comments about their experiences as well. You can check it out at

Betty asks…

eye exercizes for myopia?

if u do not believe in natural eye exercises, do not answer….if you are charging for them, do not answer. do not take me to a site that charges for them…do not take me to a site that says they are free but offers the “full prodcut” for pay. Id preferif you just said them in your answer actually.

admin answers:

If you can get hold of a record player, put a coin on it, turn the record player on, and try and watch the coin.

William asks…

Anyone had eye exercises work for them?

Have eye exercises helped you or anyone you know get better vision? I have myopia, and am looking to change it. I’ve had glasses for the past 3 years, but really don’t like wearing them cause they make my eyes hurt, and i feel like I’m damaging them. Plus I just don’t like wearing them. I’ve tried to stick with eye exercises for so long, but I always do them for 20 minutes a day for a couple days and then quit cause I get discouraged.

admin answers:

The yoga practitioners attach special importance to eye exercises, for two reasons.

Firstly, a lot of eye problems in later life are due to a loss of tone in the eye muscles. These muscles become rigid, and this loss of elasticity reduces the ability of the lens of the eye to focus at different distances. It also causes the eyesight to become weaker. These exercises tone the eye muscles up and keep them elastic. If you already have eye problems when you begin these exercises, you will find your eyesight improving after a few months.

Secondly, any eye tension present will tend to produce a general feeling of tension, due to the eye’s connection to the brain via the optic nerve. What happens is that eye tension produces an increase in the nerve impulses in the eye muscles. This increase in nerve impulses travels along the optic nerve and bombards the brain, causing a general feeling of tension and anxiety. The eye exercises will reduce tension in the eye muscles, as well as reduce general tension.

It is best to do these eye exercises while lying down after you’ve finished the asanas. This way you’re resting after the asanas and doing the eye exercises at the same time, thus reducing the time taken to do your yoga routine.

When doing the eye exercises keep your eyes open and don’t move your head.

Sitting (as in the exercises for the neck given above), open your eyes, then check on your posture. Is your spine erect? Hands on the knees? Body relaxed? Head straight? That is how you should always remain while doing eye exercises. The whole body must be motionless; nothing must move except the eyes.

Raise your eyes and find a small point that you can see clearly without straining, without frowning, without becoming tense and, of course, without moving your head. While doing this exercise look at this point each time you raise your eyes.

Next, lower your eyes to find a small point on the floor which you can see clearly when glancing down. Look at it each time you lower your eyes. Breathing should be normal. In other words, you don’t have to do deep breathing.

Exercise 1

Move your eyes upwards as far as you can, and then downwards as far as you can. Repeat four more times. Blink quickly a few times 1 to relax the eye muscles.

Exercise 2

Now do the same using points to your right and to your left, at eye level. Keep your raised fingers or two pencils on each side as guides and adjust them so that you can see them clearly when moving the eyes to the right and to the left, but without straining.

Keeping the fingers at eye level, and moving only the eyes, look to the right at your chosen point, then to the left. Repeat four times. Blink several times, then close your eyes and rest.

Exercise 3

Choose a point you can see from the right corner of your eyes when you raise them, and another that you can see from the left corner of your eyes when you lower them, half closing the lids. Remember to retain your original posture: spine erect, hands on knees, head straight and motionless.

Look at your chosen point in right corner up, then to the one in left corner down. Repeat four times. Blink several times. Close the eyes and rest.

Now do the same exercise in reverse. That is, first look to the left corner up, then to the right corner down. Repeat four times. Blink several times. Close the eyes and rest.

Exercise 4

This exercise should not be done until three or four days after you have begun eye exercises given here.

Slowly roll your eyes first clockwise, then counterclockwise as follows: Lower your eyes and look at the floor, then slowly move the eyes to the left, higher and higher until you see the ceiling. Now continue circling to the right, lower and lower down, until you see the floor again. Do this slowly, making a full-vision circle. Blink, close your eyes and rest. Then repeat the same action counterclockwise.

Do this five times then blink the eyes for at least five seconds.

When rolling the eyes, make as large a circle as possible, so that you feet a little strain as you do the exercise. This stretches the eye muscles to the maximum extent, giving better results.

Exercise 5

Next comes a changing-vision exercise. While doing it you alternately shift your vision from close to distant points several times.

Take a pencil, or use your finger, and hold it under the tip of your nose. Then start moving it away, without raising it, until you have fixed it at the closest possible distance where you can see it clearly without any blur. Then raise your eyes a little, look straight into the distance and there find a small point which you can also see very clearly.

Now look at the closer point-the pencil or your finger tip then shift to the farther point in the distance. Repeat several times, blink, close your eyes and squeeze them tight.

Exercise 6

Close your eyes as tightly as you possibly can. Really squeeze the eyes, so the eye muscles contract. Hold this contraction for three seconds, and then let go quickly.

This exercise causes a deep relaxation of the eye muscles, and is especially beneficial after the slight strain caused by the eye exercises. Blink the eyes a few times.

Exercise 7

This exercise is called ‘palming’ and is very relaxing to the eyes. It is also most important for preserving the eyesight. Palming also has a beneficial, relaxing effect on your nervous system.

It’s an ideal way to finish off the eye exercises.

Remain seated on the floor. Draw up your knees, keeping your feet on the floor and slightly apart. Now briskly rub your palms to charge them with electricity and place the cupped palms over your closed eyes. The fingers of the right hand should be crossed over the fingers of the left hand on the forehead. The elbows should rest on your raised knees and the neck should be kept straight. Don’t bend your head. Do the deep breathing while palming your eyes.

If you are going to do the palming for longer than a few minutes, better sit down at a table, place some books or pillows in front of you to support your elbows so that you will be able to keep the neck straight, and palm the eyes in this position. If the palming is done for only a short period one can do deep breathing for half a minute or so at first, gradually increasing it every week.

This exercise helps to do away with eye strain, and tension. Your vision will get better and clearer as the ophthalmic, or eye, nerves receive a richer supply of blood. Some people use this to improve their vision.

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Your Questions About Naturally Improve Eyesight

December 18, 2011

Thomas asks…

How to improve your eyesight naturally without the help of eye glasses or surgery ?

My eyes are getting blurry and have to squint my eyes in order to see things clearer. I want to bring back my vision before it’s too late. What is the best way to improve my eyesight ?

admin answers:

Nature has equipped human kind with a power to heal eye problems. Yes, you can make the best of it to bring back your eyesight condition.

The first thing is you have to understand the 2 basic elements : relax your eyes and eliminate eye stress. Eye specialists often tell their patients that good eye exercises mixed with healthy nutrition can effectively eliminate eye strain and stress.

The following are basic exercises on to how to improve your eyesight.

1. First start with palming.
Here is how to do :
– Sit comfortably then put your elbows on a table.
– Rub your palms to make them warm. Cover your eyes with your palms and
make sure that no light come through your fingers
– Breath deeply and remain relaxed during this exercise.

2. Do swinging to help your eye muscles to gain the flexibility.

Swinging exercise is known to help minimizing the rigidity of eye muscles. Below is how to improve eyesight through swinging.

Stand still with your feet slightly apart. Look straight to the front, and do not move your head nor your eyes. From the waist, gently swing your body to the left by lifting your right heal to perform easier movement. Your main attention is to let your eyes go to feel that everything move from the opposite direction of your swing. Go back to the first position then gently swing to the right side with the same method. Be sure to keep breathing and relax your entire body and repeat the swing approximately 20 times.

3. Sunning to energize your eyes.
Sunning will develop the eye’s ability to see in bright light as well as in darker light condition. You can feel the therapeutic warmth of the sun light that is beneficial to the health of the eyes and the ability to relax them. Before doing sunning, you should be aware the following :
- Avoid facing directly to the sun. Looking directly to the sun will harm your eyes !
- Leave your eye glasses and contact lenses while doing this exercise
- Do the exercises only in early morning or evening.

Here is how to improve your eyes with sunning :
- Stand in a shade then close your eyes
- Let sun light touch your eyelids and forehead
- Slowly turn your head from side to side
- Do the exercise for a short time only
Again, do not stare directly to the sun !

Complete the exercises with palming.

4. Blinking. People who do a lot of working on computer, reading or any other ‘close work’ without sufficient breaks may develop refractory problems. To avoid this do blinking often especially if your eyes feel dry. Blink your eyes rapidly six times then rest for a few minutes. Repeat this exercise four times. In this way your eyes will get moist and also can bring strength to the eye’s muscles.

For best result eye exercises must be combined with eating healthy food. Choose daily menu with sufficient nutrient for the benefit of the eye’s health. Consume lots of fish oil, vitamins such as vitamin A and C. Add vitamin E to reduce the risk of developing cataracts and age relating macular degeneration.

If you apply the above methods daily, you may get the positive effect in no time and you can enjoy the carefree life to see clearly without glasses or contact lenses.

Steven asks…

How can I naturally improve my eyesight?

I am in 7th grade and I am like blind (not literally). My prescription is -2.25 I believe. (I’m nearsighted.) I was wondering what I can do to help my eyes get better. Such as eating certain foods, exercises, etc. My vision is only getting worse and It’s really annoying! I already have glasses and I’m getting contacts soon. Thank you for all answers!

admin answers:

No. No foods, supplements, exercises, etc etc etc

glasses, contacts, lasik, ortho-k

Sandy asks…

What are some ways to improve my eyesight naturally?

i dont have very good eyesight and i really dont want it to get worse. i am wondering of ways in which i can improve my eyesight. tell me exercises and other stuff i can do to help my eyesight. please do not make this stuff up, but instead give me things that actually work or is from a reliable source. thanx!!

admin answers:

I think the best way is to wear your glasses, thats what the otptomotrist told me to do and it has been getting better. Hope this helps.

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