does eye exercises and eye yoga really improve your eyesight?
im really tempted to start these daily exercises to improve my short sited/bad eyes but i need to know weather these techniques are legit and really work? also is it a to good to be true thing?
It’s been good for the scam artists for many years who have been selling books about it.
The exercises they list are all nonsense and make no scientific or medical sense, and if you know how the eyes function , then they don’t even make any common sense.
No legitimate eye Dr’s can be found that have actually seen results. There should be lots by now, that nonsense has been around for 85 years.
The only people who claim to have done them with success can never supply a legitimate Dr’s name who can verify the changes that have happened.
It’s also strange that anyone who claims they work always have a link to a book for sale about it.
It can’t hurt to try them, but don’t expect to ever be rid of glasses because of them, it just won’t happen.
Just like carrots won’t help either…just another myth.
Can someone tell me the eye exercises in the rebuild your vision program?
I would like to know the exercises from the rebuild your vision program. I don’t want to purchase the product but would like to first try all of the exercises. Can someone tell me them or know any websites that shows the exercises from this program? Or if there is anyway to download it please give me the link. Thanks in advnce
Eye exercises are a waste of time and don’t address the real issues of blurry vision.
Most people can return to natural perfect eyesight. Look for Natural Eyesight Improvement, the Bates Method, and principles of natural perfect eyesight. Avoid people or sources who do not teach or at least plan to teach Natural Eyesight Improvement face to face. Avoid anything that talks about eye exercises(eye pushups, eye aerobics, eye yoga), corrective hard lenses(ortho-keratology), or vision therapy.
What are some good eye strain exercises?
I’m suffering from eye strain and I need some exercises to help relieve the pain!
Close your eyes tightly for 2-3 seconds & then open them for 2-3 seconds. Repeat this for about 2 minutes and it should help heaps. This site -http://www.eye-strain.org/eye-exercises/ has a lot more exercises.
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