Exercises, secrets, foods to eat to improve vision?
Im looking to make my vision 20/20 or at least near it. my vision is pretty bad, i cant really see much anything closer than 3 feet without it being blurry. I’ve worn glasses since i was 7-8 years old, i am now turning 15, how can i improve my vision. I’ve heard of nutrients or vitamins to eat, exercises for your eyes, not wearing your glasses to improve it, please tell me ways to help my vision out. I’ve come across websites that keep you on the tip of your toes on how to fix it but ask for you to pay a ridiculous price. Please dont give me links for them. Thanks, i would GREATLY appreciate it.
Maybe you knew this but carrots help your eyesight become stronger and they’re healthy for you as well!
It’s very important to get a good night’s sleep and to not stand so close to the TV screen. Try not to stare at any electronics for too long such as iPod or computers.
Last but not least, still continue to wear your glasses or even consider getting contacts! Laser eye surgery isn’t for me, but if that’s what you think is best then go for it!
Has anyone tried Dr. William H Bates eye exercises??
Has anyone tried to do these eye exercises and actually improved their vision??
It does work, and impressively so. I used to have 20/100 ‘average’ binocular eyesight (both eyes simulateously), but after a month it was 20/40. I also get thousands of clear flashes of 20/13 or better (verified on Snellen eye chart). Nothing feels as great as being able to see strands of people’s hair from 1/5 to 1/4 mile away or even details inside a jet stream in the sky from 30 miles away!
The Bates method is about relaxation and relearning good eye habits similar to people with perfect eyesight. It is not about exercising the eye muscles, which is a common misconception. People exercise their eyes 25 minutes a day and revert to bad eye habits for the rest of the day. It just makes no sense…
Dr. Bates was simply someone with a deep understanding of how neuroscience plays a role in eyesight. He taught how to create mental imprints in the mind by visualizing something over and over as appearing perfect, leading to ‘clear flashes’. It’s a similar concept as muscle memory. You can read more about clear flashes here: http://www.iblindness.org/forum/index.php/topic,425.0.html
If you wish to learn more about the Bates Method, you can look at http://www.iblindness.org
For posting questions about the Bates Method, you can go to http://www.iblindness.org/forum/
You’re welcome to post there if you have any more questions.
does yoga eye vision work?
okay so i found out theres exercises i can do to improve me eye vision any one have personel experience or know how i could reapi my eye vision?
Ummm i’m not sure of the actual exercises but my mom watches this one show about some yoga guy and his success stories are amazing. You sould most definitely try it
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Do eye exercises really work?
I am nearsighted. My vision has really gotten bad, but i always belived in eye exercises. When i asked an eye doctor recently, he said not. Is there a limit to how bad your vision can be? Serious answers only please.
Eye exercises – or vision therapy – can be useful for several different types of vision problems. Unfortunately, nearsightedness (myopia) is not one of them. Trust me, if there were exercies that worked, me and my classmates would be doing them!
I would not be too concerned with your eyes getting extremely bad. But if you are, talk to your optometrist about it. Vision usually stabilizes in the twenties until you start to hit presbyopia around the age of forty. And – as a bonus – being nearsighted lets you hit presbyopia (losing the ability to see at near) later in life
Do eye exercises work to improve vision ?
My eye sight is very poor and need to wear toric contact lenses to correct moderate astigmatism and short sightedness. I stumbled accross web sites claiming to be able to improve eye sight with regular eye exercises. Has anyone with the same sort of condition eyes tried this and does it really work to the extent they claim.
Whenever people tell you that eyesight cannot improve permanently, do not believe them. They need to try something first before they say it doesn’t work, otherwise they’re not being truly scientific. Real science means to try something first before determining whether you are sure of something. If you are taught that x implies y in school, and others tell you that x is y because science tells them so, that is NOT being scientific. How do they know for sure x is y unless they try it first? People (including doctors) are merely repeating to you what they’ve been taught to believe, rather than what they’ve tried. This is not true science.
Here is my recommendation, something that I have tried and know really works: the Bates method. It teaches you the correct vision habits used by people with perfect sight. It’s meant to be used 24/7/365. It works much better than eye strengthening exercises that require something like 25 minutes a day and then you go back to your old bad eye habits. It can help you with your astigmatism. More info: http://www.iblindness.org
Many people who do eye strengthening exercises find that they have limited success, and later on say they should’ve gone with the Bates method instead. The Bates method is based on the findings of a doctor who also discovered adrenaline… This man was so smart that he was as high in the optometry world as one could be during his time. He discovered a way to reverse eyesight, but politics and economic forces compelled the board of optometrists at his school to expel him from his teaching position (he taught optometrists) and have him publicly ostracized.
Wait just a minute, why did the method work for me? Why would they work if he was “wrong”? Everything has worked for me exactly as Bates said they would; and I mean every single thing I’ve tried. He is not lying; the fraudulent ODs expelled him for economical reasons – there’s even a 1978 UC-San Diego study that reveals the method eliminated astigmatism and strabismus (cross-eyes) in a few people. It’s known as the McClay dissertion. For a brief synoposis of it, look at http://www.iblindness.org/evidence/
Here is the Bates method in a nutshell: http://www.i-see.org/bates_nutshell.html
Dr. Bates tested thousands of schoolchildren and found that he was able to improve their eyesight back to 20/20 or better.
He understood eyesight better than any eye doctor that has ever existed, believe it or not. He knew how to help people not strain when looking in the distance or up close, and understood the role the mind plays in vision.
I was able to go from 20/100 to 20/13 (verified on Snellen eye chart) in 2 months. You can find out more about the method at http://www.iblindness.org/ … For a book with a lot of good information on how to improve your eyesight using the Bates method, you can purchase this one: http://www.amazon.com/o/ASIN/1556433417/ref=s9_asin_image_1-hf_favarpcbss_2238_g1/104-4012359-0946345?pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_s=center-1&pf_rd_r=1WC6CEVP6GZHBN3XSNZH&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=279667201&pf_rd_i=507846
Best of luck.
does anyone know of any eye exercises that can correct double vision?
Igot it from a fast I went on I started pukkin up green bile and then had double vision.I really regret it can anyone help me out and teach me some eye exercises that can correct it.
You need to see an optometrist to determine what is causing it, then a proper treatment can be found.
There aren’t any specific exercises that will do any good in all cases.
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