Your Questions About Eye Exercises

February 26, 2012

David asks…

Any eye exercises to improve my vision?

I have a really poor eyesight and was wondering if there is any eye exercises to improve it?

admin answers:

Hello SuperMom Do U have I Dr. Low Vision therapist?

Mandy asks…

Can eye exercises restore my eyesight?

I have really bad eyesight
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I want my eyesight back, do eye exercises make my eyes stronger and improve my sight?

admin answers:

No, they dont. No “eye exercise” can “restore” vision.


Lizzie asks…

Do eye exercises really help to improve eyesight?

Since the cause of loss of 20/20 vision is to do with lathargic eye muscles, wouldnt doing eye exercises make those muscles more active and inturn improve ur eyesight? But a few weeks ago i heard this eye doctor on the TV saying that eye exercises wont do anything but then ive heard alot of ppl online say that they have been doing eye exercises and it has really improved their eyesight, even given them 20/20 vision. sum1 plz tell me the truth…..

admin answers:

The cause of blurry vision is not “lethargic” or “lazy” eye muscles. The eye muscles only work on internal structures so they are many times stronger then they need to be. So the theory of exercising eye muscles is comletely wrong. Eye exercises(eye pushups, eye aerobics, eye yoga) are a terrible deception that help keep people from natural perfect eyesight.

When I was young I tried to hit a baseball for school games. I was very bad and I was strained and tense. A friend showed me how to swing at the ball and all of a sudden I was very relaxed, and swinging and hitting were greatly improved.

Vision is very similar. People with blurry vision have learned how to use their eyes incorrectly. In fact people with blurry vision exert a whole lot more effort and tension than people with natural perfect eyesight. Because artificial corrections don’t change the way we use our eyes, our vision gets worse year after year.

One of my primary goals is to educate people on the differece between completely incorrect eye exercises, relearning to see, and temporary harmful artificial corrections.

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