are there eye exercises for ptosis?
I have mild ptosis of the upper eyelid of one of my eyes. Are there any successful rehabilitative exercises that can strengthen this muscle and lift the upper eyelid to normal height? It’s very annoying and unattractive. Thanks for any help.
Yes, you can try this one as it will strengthen the levator muscle of the upper eyelids.
First of all you close your eyes. Then place your index fingers on closed upper eyelids. Hold firmly and then try to open your eyes, but keep holding the eyelids firmly shut with your index fingers. So you should feel the tension of the eyelids trying to open against the resistance of your fingers. Hold for a count of 6 seconds and then release. Repeat this 20 times every day.
What eye exercises can improve my vision?
Try the Bates Method. Unfortunately, there’s no free online information on the web, so you might want to check out the book in the bookstore.
Eye improvement experiences? Do eye exercises work?
Share your experiences of eye improvement with eye exercises.
Do eye exercises work?
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Thanks so much!
pixiegirl—-did it really work?
Like what was your eyesight number and after you do the eye exercise, what is your prescription number?
It depends on what the eye exercise is for. If you are just trying to improve your eyesight, like your glasses prescription, they won’t do anything. Your eyesight depends on the shape of your cornea and you can’t change that by rubbing your eyes or anything like that.
If you have an eye turn (and you’re young) or a binocular problem (your eyes don’t always work well together), then eye exercises can help with that. Sometimes you can improve the way the eyes move, but you can’t improve how well they see with exercises.
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