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Your Questions About Eye Exercises For Better Vision

November 9, 2011

Jenny asks…

Can reading with one eye closed for 20 minutes a day improve the vision in the other eye?

I recently went to an optometrist and he gave me an inadequate prescription. The vision in my left eye is good, but the right eye is off. After I complained, he suggested that I tape something over my left eye and read through my right eye for 20 minutes a day, to strengthen the eye. However, he wouldn’t admit that he gave me an incorrect prescription in the first place. Is that a legitimate eye exercise?

admin answers:

Because your left eye is better than the right, you are using that one more and the right is just getting lazier.
It is possible that you’re too old for the therapy to work, but your doctor could be trying to help you by suggesting this type of therapy.
Different doctors will have different opinions where this is concerned, so I won’t suggest that you see a different doctor, I would suggest that you listen to your doctor.

Paul asks…

What are some ways I could correct or make my vision better?

I’m thinking about getting Laser Eye Surgery when I’m older like 25, but I have heard of eye exercises and do they really work? And what should I do to prevent my eye sight from getting worse (ex: staying out of the sun, stop watching TV and going on the computer and such.) Thanks for the advice ahead of time!

admin answers:

Until you are eligible for corrective surgery, your only options are glasses and contacts. Consult an ophthalmologist to see when you may be ready for that. Save your money now, insurance doesn’t usually cover it because it is elective.

Eye “exercises” are ridiculous. The reason you need glasses is because the shape of your eye does not allow light to focus on the retina, causing blurry vision. When you put on the glasses, the curvature of the lens brings the light to the right focus and you see clearly. Period.

Eating healthy and taking certain supplements can be good for eye health, components of the eye, but don’t correct for vision loss.
In respect to the sun, it is important to block UV light which can damage the eyes internally over your lifetime. You can get UV protection from good sunglasses or by using transition lenses (change with the sun), clear Polycarbonate or high index lenses,which are inherently UV protective.

Helen asks…

What are good exercises for my eyes to improve strength and vision?

admin answers:

I don’t know of actual “eye exercises” but try taking herbal supplements to make your eyes healthier and improve your vision. Vitamin A and E are important as well as lutein and bilberry. There are a few pills out there that include just about all you need for healthy eyes in one pill. The one I take regularly is called Night Eyes. I get it from this site: It should help a lot.

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Your Questions About Improve Vision Naturally

October 5, 2011

Jenny asks…

Can you improve vision naturally?

I’m sick of going to the opticians every few years only to find that my eyes have got worse!

To be honest i’m actually worried that they’ll just keep getting worse and I’m only 21 now!!

i’ve been looking on the net to find all these exercises etc that claim to improve, if not restore your vision.

One in particular is called rebuild your vision!

Has anyone used this and had any success?!

admin answers:

This statement: “Wearing glasses from when you wake to when you sleep will make your eyes worse” is completely untrue.

There is no real way to improve your vision “naturally”. The “rebuild your vision” website (i just looked at it) looks like it uses vision therapy to reduce myopia. Which does work to some limited extent for *some* people…but only if the cause of their nearsightedness is “near point stress” or “accommodative spasm”. If you have refractive myopia (cornea too curved) or axial myopia (eye too long) then those types of exercises will have absolutely zero effect.

Also, beware of anyone who tries to tell you to use “sunning” or “palming” or any of the other “Bates Method” exercises…that is old, bad science and has been clinically debunked many times:

i am not against vision therapy. It can reduce eyestrain and lessen the frequency/severity of headaches. And in SOME CASES it can minimally improve visual acuity, but again only if the myopia is due to accommodative spasm. Almost nothing can make you magically “throw away your glasses forever!”, etc.

Helen asks…

Are there ways to naturally improve my vision?

I am a Senior in high school and I want to be a state trooper in the future. The only problem is that I do not meet one of the requirements – Better than 20/100 vision uncorrected. My vision is far worse. I have already checked out the Bates’ Method and I am seeking other natural ways to improve my sight. Please help, my future depends on it!

admin answers:

As much as I wish I could say otherwise, glasses, contacts, or surgery are the only way to improve your eyesight.
I’ve been looking for other options for over 20 years since I first had to get glasses and I have found things that improve the health of your eyes (which can help them from getting worse), but they can’t make the actual visual acuity better. Most of them are natural herbs (like Lutein, Bilberry, and Eyebright) and vitamins (A and E among others) that help maintain the health of the eye, but unfortunately couldn’t improve vision.
The main reason is because vision problems are a physical problem (the physical distance between the retina and lens), not a chemical problem that can be changed with drugs, herbs, or supplements :-(

I’ve heard of eye exercises that some people try, but based on a lot of research I’ve done on them, there is no basis to say that it will improve your eyesight at all long-term. All that’s left after all that is surgery or glasses/contacts. Sorry.
Also, there is an article at that points out some of the common myths about eyes. Some of these are included in there, but it also verifies that reading in the dark or watching a TV/computer screen too close doesn’t negatively affect the vision long-term.

I know that it may seem like this is dashing your hopes for the career you’d like to pursue, but you can also talk to a career counselor or police recruiter at your school (or college/career fair) to see what other options would be open to you with glasses. In most cases, what someone wanted to be in their senior year of high school and what career they were happy in 10-15 years later were very different… Most people with college degrees have a job that is not in the field their degree is in. ;-) Good luck and I hope I helped!

Ruth asks…

I have a very bad eye condition which isn’t curable. How can I improve my vision naturally by foods, exercise?

I have a bad eye condition known as renitis pigmentosa which makes the eye worse overtime. Im hoping to obtain some knowledge on what I can do as a teen to slow this process down by eating certain foods, working out, or exercising my eyes.

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Marijuana improves eyesight

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Your Questions About Improve Vision Naturally

September 23, 2011

Jenny asks…

How to improve Nearsightedness (myopia) vision naturally?

I’m a little nearsighted, left eye 20/50, right 20/80. I’ve heard of eye excercises to help improve the vision, to get it at least close to 20/20.
I hate glasses, going to avoid them as much as possible. So is it possible to improve vision naturally? What eye excercises can I do?

admin answers:

Girl! Omg i have the same thing! Lol, however i’m trying to find the solution as well. I’m sorry to say but i don’t think there is a solution according to :(

Donald asks…

Is there a way to improve vision naturally?

1-4 hours* <– typo
Yeah, I used to be an online gamer and I usually played 104 hours without eyerest. I wasn't very careful back then and sometimes I played in the night without lights on. I've stopped and came to think, wow, my vision is pretty bad compared to others. Now I feel like I want to improve my vision and and keep it good. Is there any natural way to do this without medications or glasses??? My family can’t afford anything.

admin answers:

Healthy food and exercises are two important factors that play a role in the eye health.

A. Healthy food
1. Vitamin A very important to keeping your eyes healthy. You can find good source of vitamin A in chicken liver, milk, cheese,
2. Essential fatty acids (such as the omega-3 EFA’s) which are important for good vision, among other things.
3. Beans and legumes. Many beans and legumes are rich in important nutrients for vision.
4. Garlic and onions. Garlic and onions are rich in sulfur, which is necessary for the production of glutathione, an important antioxidant for the eye.
5. Blueberries, grapes and raisins. These foods contain anthocyanins, which improve night vision.
6. Eat more fish. Fish is a rich source of omega-3 essential fatty acids, including DHA. DHA is known to be very important for the eyes and the brain. You can obtain it naturally in such fatty cold-water fish as salmon, mackerel, herring, and sardines.

B Exercise
• Close both the eyes very tightly by shutting the lids firmly. Open them suddenly which allows you to feel the stretch. Once open arch your brows and stretch your face. Repeat this several times a day.

• Look as far as possible and inhale then look down as far as possible and exhale. Blink your eyes more than dozen times. Do the same procedure by turning to your left and right then diagonally up to left, down to right, up to right and down to left followed by rapid blinking.

• Rotate your eyes in all the directions. Slowly and steadily concentrate one eye at a time. Do this exercise more than dozen times and try doing this with your eyes shut.

Sandy asks…

How do you improve your vision naturally?

I have myopia and my prescription is -5.25 for my right eye and -5.75 for my left eye. I need to improve my vision because I’m joining the air force.
I can’t do laser surgery because it’s bad for my eyes.
Is there a natural way to improve my vision?

admin answers:

Yes you can and hope for the best, if you are determined you sure can improve it, i will give free support and advice on how to improve your sight,

here’s the websites –
or if you want to spend money use eyerelax, eyepower from japan, eye exercise device from china or accommotrac – –

there’s so many ways to improve your vision,

since you are shortsighted, you will be surprised by improving your near vision will also improve your far vision, with -5.25D and 5.75D you are very likely to put a book close to your eye to read it, so by putting book further that what you can see and try reading it (not to far, meaning completely blur out) force your eye to focus and rest your eye, keep doing it, and once your can see the distance you place put it further, you will be very surprise your distance vision improved too.
(read fine prints as much as possible) download a fine print eye chart, hand held one and a long distance chart to

or similar one’s

good luck, ask if you have question

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