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Your Questions About Eye Exercises For Myopia

April 13, 2012
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Chris asks…

Eye Exercises? Do they work? Can they restore your vistion 100%?

I’m 17, i’ started having trouble with my vision two years ago. I was prescribed a pair of glasses I only started wearing them one year ago. I don’t know what my prescription is i’m short-sited, I think the term for it is myopia (or something like that). I was hoping someone out there has had success with restoring their vision back to 20?20 or really really really close (i’d be happy with that too….any information on how i can get back the perfect vision i used to have will be appreciated.. Thanks

PS I typed this whole thing without my glasses haven’t worn them or contacts since I haeard of the eye excercise thing so its a little blurry lol the lapptop is on a table far from me …
Dawgdays – couldn’t the reason I developed myopia be that I have been spending to much time with my eyes very focused on things that are close up (ex. computer screen, books). If the reason for myopia is a change in the shape of my eye what is the cause of this spontaneous change why does it change in my eyes and not other peoples <—- that doesn't sound very fair!

Also are you guys sure about this have you heard of Dr. Bates/Bates method wasn't he a real optical doctor?

PS I appreciate your help you probably noticed that my spelling isn't so bad …i put my glasses on….i don't think eye exercises are the “easy way out” honestly i think glasses/contacts are the “easy way out”.

admin answers:

Well, if they actually worked, it would be the common therapy to do instead of wearing glasses , and everyone would be doing them.

Those exercise programs are just a scam to get your money with false promises and false hopes.

If something that simple could possibly work , laser surgery would have never been developed.

Sorry , you are in the same boat as millions of others. It is just one of the frailties humans must endure.

Joseph asks…

Does the eye exercise thing work ? Can you help setting up a schedule ?

I have myopia … details for my glasses as follows..
age-17
Right eye- Spherical;-1.25 Cylindrical ; -0.25 axis; 170
left eye; Spherical ; -2.5
I’m a Heavy reader and a computer user.. I can reduce the computer .. but not reading .. since i’m a student and my exams are near. can you help me set up a schedule ?
I sleep for 6-7 hours.
read for 8-15 hrs.
the rest is at disposal.
but most importantly …. do eye exercises work ?

admin answers:

Yes.

Richard asks…

How do I stop my myopia from worsening?

I have to use iPads in school , and often have to use computers for project work. Thus I guess my eyesight worsens, and my degree increases very frequently. When will it finally stabilise? My degree for each eye is 600 already, I’m really worried. I do that eye resting exercise thing every 45 minutes of playing on the computer or watching TV, does that thing really prevent my eyesight from worsening?

**can I go blind If my eyesight degree continues to increase?

admin answers:

Using the computer, i-pods, etc, doesn’t make your vision get worse. The eye exercises don’t reverse nearsightedness (or prevent additional nearsightedness from developing). Generally, people don’t go blind from nearsighteness, usually that is from accidents and eye diseases. They have a special type of rigid contacts you wear at night and remove during the day (called Ortho-K) which MIGHT stop/slow down development of nearsightedness. Personally, I think they only “delay the inevitable”, but you could try it if you want.

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Baba Ramdev -Yoga for Eye Diseases (Netra Rogon Ke Liye)

January 22, 2012
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Yoga For Eye Diseases

Your eyes are often called the windows to your soul. The only time this organ gets rest is when we sleep. We work our eye muscles all the time, yet fail to exercise them. Here, Baba Ramdev shows some easy ways to exercise your eyes and keep them healthy. Also, some home remedies to soothe and lubricate tired eyes are mentioned in this video. Yoga helps to strengthen vision, relax and tone eye muscles and alleviate stress. Click www.rajshri.com to watch more Baba Ramdev Videos.
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Yoga For Eye Diseases

Common Foods Improve Our Eyesight

September 8, 2011
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Common Foods Improve Our Eyesight

In order to prevent the pain caused by myopia, we should try our best to improve the eyesight. However, few people really know how to improve the eyesight in our daily life. In fact, some common foods can help us improve our eyesight effectively. These foods mainly include fish, broccoli, carrot, green tea and orange.

Fish contains abundant omega-3 fatty acid. We can absorb adequate omega-3 fatty acid by eating fish to prevent macular degeneration which can cause blindness. If we can not alleviate macular degeneration in time, our eyesight can become blurrier and blurrier. Therefore, we should frequently eat fish in our daily life.

Broccoli contains a lot of vitamins and lutein. We can supplement adequate vitamins to improve the eyesight and prevent various eye diseases like glaucoma. At the same time, we can absorb lutein to defer the aging of eyes and prevent blindness. Vitamins and lutein can also work together in our bodies to resist free radicals and maintain the health of our eyes. 

Carrot contains rich beta-carotene. According to the medical research, carotene plays an important role in protecting our eyesight. We need a lot of carotene to prevent dry eyes and accelerate the production of visual purple. In addition, when carotene enters human body, it can be rapidly transformed into vitamin A. It is known to all that the adequate supplementation of vitamin A can help us prevent nyctalopia. Therefore, we should frequently eat carrot in our daily life.

Green tea contains abundant catechin. Catechin can effectively resist oxidation for us. That is to say, we can supplement enough catechin to resist oxidation of eyes by drinking green tea. Thus, we can effectively prevent the occurrence of cataract and glaucoma.

Orangecontains abundant vitamin C. The crystallization of foreign molecules in the eyes can cause blurry vision. If we supplement vitamin C adequately in our daily life, we can effectively resist the crystallization of foreign molecules and prevent blurred vision. Generally speaking, women need 75 milligrams of vitamin C every day and men need 90 milligrams.

 In addition, we can also eat other foods like pork liver, pumpkin and lean meat to protect our eyes and improve the eyesight. Pork liver contains abundant vitamin A. we can absorb a lot of vitamin A to maintain normal functions of cornea and enhance our vision in the dark. Therefore, many common foods can protect the eyes for us. We should not always be picky in our daily life.

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Improve Your Eyesight Naturally – With These Simple Eye Care Secrets!

August 8, 2011
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Improve Your Eyesight Naturally – With These Simple Eye Care Secrets!

Article by candarlon

Understanding Vision and Eye Care

The gift of sight, while key to the human experience, can be a fragile one. Sometimes it takes a little effort and awareness to preserve our eyesight. While not all eye problems can be prevented, a lot can be done to slow the progression of many eye disorders and prevent visual impairment.

There are a number of ways in which to care for our eyes. The importance of good nutrition cannot be emphasized enough. A healthy diet, along with protection from the sun, and necessary precautions to guard against eye diseases are the a few simple steps towards maintaining optimal eye health. this site is recommended for further studies http://www.eyecaredelivery.com

Maintaining Proper Eye Care

There are several keys to maintaining proper eye health that will help to preserve the quality of your eyesight and guard against the development of eye diseases. Among these are keeping to a proper diet, providing protection against harmful sunlight and avoiding cigarette smoke.

Good Nutrition and a Balanced Diet

A healthy balanced diet rich in all the essential nutrients and vitamins is necessary not only for general health and well-being, but for eye health too. Vitamins A, C and E in particular play an important role in eye health which is why you may remember your mother always telling you to eat your carrots!

A great source of vitamin A and E, carrots have a long history of improving eye health and enhancing night vision. Other great sources of these anti-oxidant vitamins are oranges, kiwis, grapefruit, dried apricots, tomatoes, peppers, green leafy vegetables including lettuce and spinach, green peas, green beans, nuts, seeds, dairy products, eggs, cheese, fish, poultry, and milk.

Eating a diet low in saturated fats but rich in omega 3 fats may also prevent and slow down the progression of eye-related problems. Minerals and nutrients are also essential in neutralizing the effects of harmful free-radicals thus reducing the risk of age-related eye problems.

There is a relationship between obesity and poor eye sight, so it is essential to lose weight if it has become an issue in your life. Obesity not only increases the chances of diabetes, and thus diabetes-related eye problems, it has also been implicated in an increased risk of cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration. for detials onHow to See Better Without Glasses & Improve Your Eyesight Naturally! visit http://www.eyeballcare.comProtect Against the Dangers of Sunlight

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