Your Questions About Naturally Improve Eyesight Exercise

November 20, 2011

Daniel asks…

Has anyone ever improved their eyesight naturally?

Anyone here improved their eyesight naturally? If so how. I hear there’s some people who have improved it with eye exercises but how are they performed?

admin answers:

I remember being told that carrots are good for your eye’s and help improve your vision, though I’m not sure if its true.

Susan asks…

What is this technique to naturally IMPROVE VISION?

I heard somewhere about this scientifically proven Japanese method to improving eyesight. It has something to do with clipping a piece of paper to a clothesline and watching it move really quick in the wind. If you know anything about this, I NEED DETAILS PLEASE!

Also, any other unusual and effective visual exercise techniques that you know are more than welcome! Thanks!

admin answers:

Over half an hour eye exercise a day each eye, Inclusion vitamins ABCDE, sunflower seeds good, no nicotine, no microwave, no monosodium glutamate which can kill nerve cells in retina,no inhaling even 1 cigarette,Parsley & chlorophil good,brewers yeast,lots of sleep,

Robert asks…

What are some methods to improving eyesight naturally?

I am taking billberry and eyebright and a couple of other vitamins that are helping. Are there any eye exercises I can add that will help? The vitamins are working a little but I want more support.

admin answers:

A health, balanced diet has a definite role to play in maintaining good eyesight, with vitamin A holding the key to many eye disorders. Beta carotene, which the body converts to vitamin A, is found in yellow and orange colored fruits and vegetables (apricots, mangoes, carrots, sweet potatoes and squashes) and in dark green, leafy vegetables such as spinach and kale.

Eating a diet low in saturated fats but rich in omega 3 fats may also prevent and slow down the progression of eye-related problems. Minerals and nutrients are also essential in neutralizing the effects of harmful free-radicals thus reducing the risk of age-related eye problems.

Besides Bilberry, Other herbs, including Aspalathus linearis (Rooibos) and Sutherlandia frutescens, are well-established anti-oxidants and assist in maintaining a healthy supply of blood, oxygen and essential nutrients to the eye, while neutralizing the damaging effects of free radicals in the body.

These anti-oxidants take care of the oxidative stress caused by, including but not limited to, smoking & harmful effects of sunlight on your eyes.

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