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Your Questions About Naturally Improve Eyesight Without Glasses

March 3, 2013

Sandy asks…

Does anyone know how to restore eyesight without undergoing laser eye surgery?

admin answers:

Hi Liv, here are some ways to work on restoring your eyesight naturally. Hope this helps.

1. Do not wear glasses

Contrary to what most people believe, glasses make your eyesight worse over time. It is only a temporary fix. The glasses are doing all the work and your eye muscles weaken because they are under-utilized. So it is important to learn to take your glasses off, especially in non-demanding, non-threatening situations.

2. Get some bilberry extract

Bilberry extract is found to help improve eyesight in some people. Go check out your local pharmacy! They might have it. Mine doesn’t, by the way.

3. Sunshine

Sunlight improves the eyes and the pupils in many wonderful ways. For instance, it loosens tight muscles. The nerves and muscles just naturally let go of stress and tension, the leading cause of poor eyesight.

You can do some “sunning” exercises – sit down under the sun, relax your facial and back muscles, close your eyes and look up at the sun. If your eyes start to tear or water, that’s a good sign. Tear is healing in nature.

4. Avoid food rich in fat

Research has shown that those with eye problem usually suffer from high blood pressure within the eyeball as well. Cut down on your fatty food and try to eat healthily. In this way, eyeball blood pressure will decrease and this will relieve strain on the eyes.

5. Exercise all eye muscles

This is the key to restoring your eyesight. Lax eye muscles will only add to your degree. One simple exercise is to shift focus from far and near objects. It keeps the eye muscles flexible and stops them from being fixed or frozen in one position.

Exercising your eyes on a regular basis is more important than exercising them for a long period of time. Exercising for 5-6 seconds several times a day will help reduce eye strain.

Sandra asks…

Natural and Free Ways to Improve Your Eyesight?

Hey! Kay, my eyesight is a horrible -7.00. I am so nearsighted. And I’ve recently heard of some natural ways to improve my eyesight, however I haven’t been able to find any ‘exercises’. So I was wondering if you guys knew some, preferably FREE. I’d also appreciate it if you could just write down the exercises on here, instead of sending me a link, pretty please. Also any fruits that help your eyesight from getting worse? THANKS <3

admin answers:

As we progress through life, our specific dietary and herbal needs do change. Preventative health care and early detection can help us make better choices. With proper care, our bodies, minds and spirits can stay at peak performance. We schedule maintenance checks for our homes and cars. It makes sense to also treat our bodies with even more respect and love. After all, it’s carrying around a marvelous person inside. Make a daily herb combo or tissue salt and a few eye exercises part of your daily health regime. Many people have improved their vision with just a few simple changes. Some have even thrown away glasses that they’ve used for years.

Homeopathic tissue salts for eye care

Very low doses of Homeopathic Tissue salts taken over a period of six months can help rebuild the eyes and tissues at a cellular level. This is a short list of some of the most popular ones for overusing and or straining the eyes.

Ruta Grav 3x – For gradual eyestrain, eyestrain headaches (require a higher dose).

Cadmium. Ray. 6x – If you spend at least one hour a day at the computer, this one is a must! It is made from the rays given off the computer screen and helps to correct vision problems from prolonged exposure.

Calc Flor /Kali Phos 12x – Combination for eyestrain (when you begin pulling the book away a few inches more than you used to).

Mag Phos 12x – When there are spasms in the eye or eyelid after eye strain.

** Natural and free ways to improve your eyesight – The Bates Method **

Relief of Stress and Mental Strain May Improve Eyesight

One of the most well-known ophthalmologists who became fascinated with eye health was a man named William Bates. He began his internship at Columbia hospital, and because he was directly involved in determining what caused eye problems in his patients, he studied the inner-workings of the eye thoroughly.

He concluded that the “external muscles of the eye” determined good eyesight and not, as conventional wisdom suggested, the lens itself. His conclusion, after years of patient study, was that wearing eyeglasses did absolutely nothing to improve conditions under which one is better able to see, but that these lenses created additional stress on the eye muscles.

He contended that eyeglasses and contact lenses caused more harm than good and did not improve vision at all. Thus, while eyeglasses are utilized to “correct light that is entering the eye,” the problem isn’t the light, but the eye.

Bates had a belief system that insisted eye problems composed two main categories: Stress and mental strain.

He believed that when one is under stress, the muscle in the eye is greatly affected, and that a calm state of mind can reduce the strain that is caused by the stress. Thus, he utilized a method wherein one can relax the muscle in the eye via exercise and begin to retrain one’s eyes to focus naturally and without strain.

His notion is one that makes sense. Everyone has the ability to see things clearly and should do so in a relaxed state of mind. Looking at any object in a relaxed state alleviates any strain caused to the eyes, and it is the natural way in which the eyes are meant to operate. Without the stress of focusing on things we cannot see results in the ability to see.

Thus, the Bates Method of Seeing encompassed four main exercises that are used in combination with a relaxed mental state:

* Palming — While many ophthalmologists are not well-versed in this method, it is nonetheless important for eye relaxation. Simply sit at a table with the head resting on the hands, ensuring the fingers are set against the forehead. The eyes are then covered wherein no light can penetrate. In addition, the hands do not touch the eyes at all. This state of relaxing the eyes for a few minutes has been quite effective in improving vision.

* Sunning – Studies have shown that this method is necessary and valuable to the eyes. Go out on a sunny day, close your eyes and point your head up to the sun. Gently sway back and forth as the sun’s light bathes the eyes.

* Swinging – As you hold your index finger in front of your eyes, rock back and forth. Bates determined that this helps to incorporate both peripheral vision and focus at the same time.

* Blinking – This well-known exercise combined with breathing exercise allows for the relaxation and massaging of the eyes while lubricating them at the same time, and brings a balance within.

Nancy asks…

I want to improve my eyesight?

Please somebody help i want to improve my eyesight naturally my glasses number is -2.75 my age is 18

admin answers:

Vision therapy.Get the book,Improve your vision without glasses or contact lenses.Has some easy eye exercises in there.Eye nutrients,like vit A,lutein ,bliberry.

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Your Questions About Naturally Improve Eyesight Without Glasses

March 1, 2013

Donald asks…

Eyesight deterioration can cause vision loss ?

I have a really bad eyesight and I cannot see without the help of my contacts or eye glasses. I have to buy new pair of glasses every year because my eyesight is getting worse. Eye surgery is not my preference. I am worry that I will get blind in a few years. How can I protect and improve my eyes ?

admin answers:

I’m not a eye health expert but I don’t think blindness is caused by refractive problems. I will pass my uncle’s advice to you. Eye trainings and follow good habits and lifestyle are excellent ways to improve eyesight naturally. He showed me one exercise : focusing on something close then quickly change focus on something in longer distance. He’s found pretty good result after doing some eye exercises regularly each day.

Charles asks…

Is there a way to see better naturally?

With poor vision, I want to know if there is a way to see better without contacts, glasses, or laser eye surgery in the future.
note im 15 and i have glasses but don’t like to wear them.

admin answers:

This is a great question………and I think there may be a possible solution for you to see better naturally, while also being friendly on your parents checkbook :-)

For a lot of people, wearing glasses and contacts can be uncomfortable – especially if you have a active lifestyle that includes outdoor activities such as playing sports or swimming.

A friend of mine told me about an affordable, and all natural eye care program that he used with a great amount of success a few months ago to improve his blurred vision problems.

It comes with a 60-day money back guarantee, which you can’t beat. To find out more info about this program go here now:

My friend said that the best part about this program is that it will show you how to do some easy-to-follow-along “eye exercises” yourself that many eye doctors don’t want you to know about that will quickly help you to improve your eyesight naturally……..without having to undergo expensive eye surgery.

Good Luck To You – and let me know how things work out for you……….alright?

Joseph asks…

why does my vision blur when I focus on things?

I have perfectly fine eyes as far as i’m aware but now when ever I try to do some art work or go on the computer my eyes seem to blur really bad. I try not to focus but you have to with art. I don’t know whether this is normal? It’s been going on for as long as I can remember..

admin answers:

- Sometimes people with perfect eyesight require the support of glasses while using the computer.
- Also, your eyesight may be changing.
- Either way, you need to visit your eye doc.

Improving vision with yoga eye training.
Like any other muscles, the eye muscles also need exercise to be healthy and strong. Most of the time, we only shift our gaze minimally from left to right, as when reading, and turn our heads if we want to look elsewhere. By moving the eyes in every direction, without turning your head at all, these Yoga Eye Exercises will strengthen the eye muscles, help prevent eyestrain and improve eyesight. Breathe normally while you practice.

Rolling the Eyes -strengthens eye muscles

1. Look up; look down (x5). Blink quickly a few times to relax the eye muscles.

2. Look far right; look far left at eye level (x5). 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. Blink several times, close your eyes and rest.

3. Look to top right; look to bottom left (x5); look top left; look bottom right (x5). Blink several times. Close the eyes and rest.

4. This exercise should not be done until three or four days after you have begun eye exercises above
Look up, circle around clockwise (x5); anticlockwise (x5) 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.

Near to far focusing (x5)

Draw a circle the size of a dime on a clear page (no lines). Stand or hang the page about 18 inches away from you at eye level (when you are seated).
Then, hold the thumb of your right hand 5-6 inches in front of your eyes, between you and the circle picture.

1. Now, as you focus directly on your thumb notice that – in the background – you see two images of the circle below.

2. Now, focus directly on the circle. Then you should see two images of your thumb in the foreground.
Most people easily get this illusion of double images – it’s perfectly normal. If you do not, keep practicing to see the double illusion.

1. Rub your palms together vigorously until they feel warm. Now cup your hands over your closed eyes, without pressing. The heat and the darkness will soothe and relax.

Patching for Lazy eye (cover the stronger eye with a patch).

1. Practice Rolling the eyes exercises and palming.

2. Wear the patch at home 1/2 hour daily, gradually increasing to 4 hours daily. Try doing this for 1 – 2 months as necessary to strengthen the weaker/ lazy eye. Be careful moving around and doing things with the limited vision while patching.

3. Keep eye-patch clean

4. Be mindful that in overdoing the time-frame, the weaker eye can become dominant.

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Your Questions About Naturally Improve Eyesight Without Glasses

February 25, 2013

Ken asks…

Is there any way to increase your vision naturally without contacts, etc?

Carrots don’t work for me. I want to join the air force as a fighter pilot, but my vision is pretty bad. i cant use glasses or contacts; and i cant get civilian laser surgery. any suggestions?
i know you can get lasik while ur in the service, but i want to fix it before hand if at all possible?

admin answers:

There are exercises you can do to improve your eyesight such as focusing on the horizon, then changing your focus to your hand and back again. This exercises the muscles of the eye.

Sharon asks…

What should I do about my bad eyesight?

I mean like I already have glasses and they are REALLY strong (or at least i think so) and my parents say that contacts aren’t too good and I’m scared to get lazer eye surgery.( But I probably am going to eventually, like when i turn 18 or something, I’m twelve right now)
well, should I like eat more carrots or something? lol
IS there even anything that i CAN do?
lol this was a stupid question I just felt like asking something ;P

admin answers:

How To Improve Your Eyesight Without Glasses
A good number of us are not aware that rebuilding your vision naturally is possible. We’ve been told by authorities and individuals we rely on that the only answer to shortsightedness, is to either purchase specs or a LASIK surgery.
But this is truly erroneous. I have naturally rebuilt my vision and I know there’s a natural choice. Before I descent into the particulars of how I accomplished it, let me first enlighten you why this is such a top secret.
I am certain you would like to find out why you’ve in no way been told of natural vision improvement. You see, the optics industry is worth multi-billion dollars. For it to cave in is overwhelming to individuals in it. Therefore it is normal for them to defend their livelihood.
I believe whether or not rebuilding your vision naturally works or not, is for you to come to a decision. The least you must recognize is that there’s an option.
Afterall, if it as fruitless as those individuals allege it is, why are they hiding it from you?
Now for the mystery of natural vision improvement. Be prepared for a fundamental mind shift…
Effort doesn’t assist you to see clearly. If you struggled to see, your vision declines. Vision must be natural, just like all of your other senses.
Have you ever struggled to feel, taste, hear or smell? No. Even if you did, you are not capable of it.
Vision is the most critical sense for us humans. It assists us to stay alive a very long time ago and so nature has created us with the capability to direct them.
For example, when predators are close at hand, you have the capability to keep your eyes wide open for peril. You don’t blink for a prolonged period of time.
But in the present day, folks abuse these capabilities. They keep their eyes wide open watching tv. They dare one another who blinks first (the person with the poorer eyesight ordinarily wins). And so on and so forth.
And when we keep performing these detrimental activities, they are converted into a habit. They are converted into our subconscious. And while our vision deteriorates, we buy ourselves specs.
Specs assists us to see by adjusting the way light rays fall upon our eyes. It does not amend the principal difficulty – your eyes.
Accordingly, to rebuild your vision you have to pick up the correct vision habits. In my rebuild your vision blog, I’ll reveal to you how to do that. Do not procrastinate – get to it right now.
By: Andre Thomas..
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Katie Chan is the owner of cure myopia Naturally blog where she shares information on good vision habits, eye exercises and supplements she used to get rid of her glasses after having worn them for more than 15 years.

Mark asks…

Farsighted eye ? – How can I restore my vision ?

My vision is getting blurry when I read small prints. Is there any way that I can improve my vision so that I can and see small object without wearing reading glasses ?

admin answers:

There are ways to help you to fix your vision naturally.

Do these easy yet effective farsighted eye exercises that can bring clearer vision and you do not need to wear reading glasses to read your newspaper.

1. Train your eyes to read small prints everyday as close as you can, to keep your eyes have the ability to see from a short distance. Remember not to strain your eyes.

2. Do palming while resting. Relax your eyes often with palming exercise. How to do : sit comfortably in a chair, relax and take deep breath. Rub your hands to make them warm and cover your eyes. Try not to touch your eyes. Do palming everyday for 10 to 15 minutes to strengthen your eye muscles.

3. Blinking. If prints are getting blurred, blink your eyes gently to clear your eyesight. Blinking can moist your eyes, thus enabling farsighted eye to focus objects accurately. Blink can also refresh your eyes.

4. Changing focus. When you are looking at computer or reading a book for a length of time, take break for a while by looking at an object at least 15 – 20 feet away. Remember that your eyes need variety because eye muscles tend to get strained when they are forced to see at something for long in a constant distance. To help farsighted eye effectively, you have to change focus as often as possible. This exercise will help eye muscles flexible and strong. While doing this exercise, it is important to avoid stressing your eyes.

Reading glasses minimize the work of the eyes muscles and gradually they will become weak and difficult to focus near objects. To correct vision, eye glasses and contact lenses bend light differently into your eyes, but they do not restore eye problems.

Follow these exercises everyday and you will have a good chance of having vision skill to see object clearly even at close distance. After this point, you will need to have other exercises to have perfect vision permanently and no reading glasses will be needed for the rest of your life.

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Your Questions About Eye Exercises For Myopia

April 26, 2012

Steven asks…

Have I found the cure for near-sightedness?

Hey everyone. So basically I’m 18 years old and I’m -4.00 in each eye. Over the years I looked into how I could cure myopia (which is near sightedness) and what I found out is that myopia is cause due to the eye muscles tightening too much and therefore squishing the eye and the lens within. I read about eye exercises and there are soooo many people who keep saying they work and that they don’t, and how eye doctors would have proved if it worked by now, but I think that eye exercises may work…
In theory, if myopia is caused because of contraction of the eye muscles, doesn’t that mean that if you do eye exercises and relax the eyes, they would eventually return back to their original state?
I understand people might think it’s a hoax, but I wanted to get people’s opinions on it.

And for those who would say that eye exercises won’t work, think about this. If it were true, and eye exercises did work, do you REALLY think that eye doctors would expose that to the media? In doing so, they would be destroying their own careers, profession, and their extremely high salaries. You can’t really trust eye doctors 100%.

But yes, in theory, wouldn’t eye exercises work?

admin answers:

I admire your intentions. However, your idea on how myopia works is distorted.

No one knows entirely why myopia develops, or if there will one day be a treatment to stop it.

Here are the things we DO know:

Myopia is not caused by eye muscles tightening.

Myopia IS caused by uncontrolled AXIAL ELONGATION (growth) of the eye.

Myopic eyes grow to be longer than they should. This is well documented and peer reviewed and repeatable and is the one thing I can say for sure about the develop of myopia.

What leads to this axial elongation we dont know. Genetics certainly has a significant role, but there is good evidence that some environmental conditions contribute too.

Near work is one environental factor that is strongly linked to myopia development – but it isnt because of eye muscles tightening.

Why near work may lead to axial elongation of the eye is the question that thousands of scientists around the world are working on.

Eye excersizes to reduce myopia is a quick fix that only makes sense to people with a poor understanding of how the eye and myopia works.

You’re 18, great you should go to university and study this further

Nancy 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 :)
thanks again!!!!!!
P.S. if anyone has past experiences with poor eyesight and how
they improved it naturally, that would be amazing! no scams pls :)
thanks again!!!!!!
P.S. if anyone has past experiences with poor eyesight and how
they improved it naturally, that would be amazing! no scams pls :)
thanks again!!!!!!
woah, the additional details kinda went over the line there.. weird :S
anyways, nate and david, srsly i wouldnt spend a penny on anything and
be ‘cheated’ on the internet and w/e. also, ofc i dont think that the
optometrists are hiding anything from me.. thats the dumbest think ive heard
not trying to come off as rude but im looking for someone who is willing to help me
ALL im looking for is some eye exercises that might have worked, thats it.
maybe not improve my eyesight exactly, but maybe stop the rapid deterioration
or possibly making it better SLIGHTLY.
thanks again! :D

i do appreciate ur advice though :)
kay i better stop w/the additional details

admin answers:

Myopia (nearsightedness) is when the physical length of the eye is longer than its optical length. The eyes do not focus light directly on the retina and this results in blurred vision.

Eye exercises only exercise the muscles that surround the eye – they do nothing to change the shape or length of the eyeball. Neither does any food, supplement or drug. No eye exercise has ever been substantiated to work for these conditions.

Sorry but your options are glasses, contacts and maybe surgery.

Lisa asks…

What about Orthokeratology ? Other methods of “treating” myopia?

Lately, I searched about the methods of correcting myopia. One of the methods I found is the so called “orthokeratology”, or “Ortho-K”.
I know that those are contact lenses, worn at night, and that they reshape the epithelial cells of the cornea .
However, I still have some questions about them… Mainly , those are:

1) Approximately , what is the price of those lenses? I found prices that varies from $200 to $2500. What is the correct price? I have -1.5D LE and -1.75D RE. Also, I am slight cross-eyed (I asked for surgical intervention, but the doctor told me that the deviation is too small, and is most likely a neurological cause for the deviation |am I crazy? xD| . And also, there is the risk that by not wearing my prism lenses, the strabismus would come back at full force, making me look like a weird person…).
2) Except from the infection problems, common for any contact lenses, are any other risks involved? I am quite skeptical with the whole “pressure on the eye” thing.
3) Are there any doctors outside UK and US ? I don’t live there, and if I have to travel thousands of miles to the closest doctor …
4) I guess age isn’t a problem, is it? I’m 15, turning 16 next month.
5) How often do I need to change the lenses? Once a month? Once a year? Less?

I will be grateful if any of you (who are wearing these type of contact lenses) would tell me about your experience with them.

Also, I found a lot of other types of correcting myopia, varying from surgical interventions, to contact lenses, even looking to the sun or making certain “exercises” with the eye.
The LASIK, or, mainly, any other surgery , sounds too much for me, as it is too invasive and irreversible, and they have too many complications.
Contact lenses are OK with me, but not with my parents, since they are afraid of eye infections.
I currently wear glasses (and I wear them since 3 yo), and I got bored with them, plus they are in way of about any activity I want to do. Sports? If I get a ball in my face they would break, if I don’t wear them I can’t see the ball. Playing with my little sister? She would slap them off my face (… >.>). PLUS they get scratches all the time, they get dirty, and I also had enough of the “tunnel view” (since I can only see clear through the part where the lenses are) and the aching nose…

All in all, that’s all I have to say, and I will be grateful if you could tell me about orthokeratology, or any other correcting methods.

admin answers:

Congratulations on your research. It is not easy to always find the information one needs.

You can find a lot of information about Ortho-K at

Cost does vary, just like it varies for something like braces for your teeth. The $200 figure you found was probably just for the material lens, maybe a replacement of a lens known to work. Most doctors are in the $1500 to $2000 range (including the cost of the lenses) for “normal” eyes and your prescription looks like it might fit that category if all other factors are normal.

The eye deviation is something that would have to be determined by your doctor. If the only way to correct it is with prism in your glasses, then ortho-k won’t work well for you. Often the necessity of prism can be compensated for by specific vision training exercises, but you need professional advice. Not all doctors provide vision training and sadly many don’t refer for it either. I’m not saying it would work for you – just something to determine.

To find a doctor outside the UK/US: If you are in Australia/NZ, check out this web site to find a doctor:
If you are in South Africa, try

Your age is no problem as long as you have healthy eyes and are responsible, meaning you are mature enough to take care of the lenses and your eyes as directed.

The lenses last somewhere between a year and three years on average. Some doctors have you replace them every year to reduce problems and some wait until the lenses aren’t working correctly and replace them. The only problem with waiting for problems is that the problems are then sometimes more time consuming to fix than if the lenses were just replaced routinely. Sorta like changing the oil in your car when the car is running fine.

To see other ideas to correct myopia, take a look at It talks about keeping your myopia from getting worse, which is different than making it go away.

Your parents are correct that eye infections are the biggest risk factor for contact lens wear. That’s part of the reason why I said you had to be responsible. But the risk is low and the long term complications are rare. I’ve never had a contact lens patient lose any vision from their contacts. Yes, they do occasionally get infections. You stop wear and treat the infection. No guarantees, obviously.

Good luck!

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Your Questions About Eye Exercises

April 19, 2012

William asks…

What are some good eye exercises?

I spend heaps of time in front of the laptop and sometimes my eyes get tired and certain things become fuzzy or hard to focus on.
Usually I just close my eyes for a few minutes and it gets better and I also know this thing where you put your thumb close to your eye, focus, stare at something a but further away, focus and then something far away and keep repeating a few times which is meant to strengthen your eye muscles. Are there any others you know that work?

admin answers:

Its not strengthening your eye muscles here. Your eye muscles actually work less when you look further away. What you need to do is refocus your eyes onto the distance when you do a lot of close work such as on computer screens as it stops your muscles getting tired. Bit like stopping when walking up hill when your legs get tired. All you need to do is look at something in the distance every half hour. You should alos have intervals in teh day when you use your eyes exclusively at distance for at least an hour. E.g. Take them for a walk in the fresh air.

Note that computer firms do not consider laptops suitable for long term use adn if you use them all day health and safety require you to be provided iwth either a seperate keyboard and mouse or a seperate screen or both. Apart from your eyes you can end up with all sort of neck injuries ( very painful)/back ache if teh whole postioning isn’t right. It is a complete myth that computers damage your eyes long term. They do strain them and you need to compensate for this.

David asks…

I just did some eye exercises, and the back of my eyes hurt when i move my eyes. Is this normal?

Like is this normal? Can anyone give me some answer that dosen’t invole an optometrist?

admin answers:

When you run for a long time you legs began to hurt don’t they ? Is that normal?

Daniel asks…

I need some free eye improvement exercises. Online if possible?

I have 20/50 and 20/100 vision….. Could someone give me some eye exercises?

admin answers:

Go to try it out.
Good luck.

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