Want better eyesight? Here I will show you how to improve your vision naturally with these simple but powerful exercises.
Opticians will never show you these as they like to charge you for vision aids. It’s a sad state of affairs, but that’s business for you.
Your eyes grow lazy and more dependant when wearing glasses or contacts. They deteriorate as your muscles get weaker, until the optician can sell you stronger pairs of overpriced glasses. Your eyes gradually get worse, and they get repeat sales.
(Rewire your brain-ear connection and improve your hearing)
Opticians do not help prevent eye sight deterioration, let alone help eye sight improvement. They have no incentive to.
I will show you how to improve your vision naturally and beat the optician.
First, be aware of these things that could be harming your vision…
The three common faults of vision are:
1. Not using peripheral vision
2. Staring without focussing
3. Not moving your eyes enough.
All these occur whilst watching TV or a computer screen. TV viewing should be restricted to an hour a day, especially for children. You should be at least 3 meters away from the screen, preferably further. It is helpful to sit with good posture as this will help the blood flow around your body and to your eyes.
If you work on computers all day then it is going to be more difficult for you to limit your viewing. Instead you should look away from the computer as much as possible – at least once every half an hour.
Look at something about 6 meters away for about 10 seconds. Really focus on it. Let your eyes do some work. This will help strengthen the muscles. Then look at something about 3 meters away for about 10 seconds, and again really focus on it.
Repeat this with a few different objects at different distances every half an hour. This keeps your eye muscles strong. If you manage to keep this up, you will massively reduce the deterioration of your eyes.
As with most things in the human body – use it or lose it. The same goes for your eyes. When they are staring into space or at a 2D screen, they are not doing much work. You must exercise them to keep them healthy.
Here are some eye exercises…
Hold a pencil arms length in front of you. Focus on the tip of that pencil. Once you have it focussed, slowly move it towards you whilst still maintaining the focus. See how close you can get it before losing focus.
Focus on a distant object, swaying gently from side to side. Do this for a few minutes every day, blinking as you sway. The blinking helps clean and lubricate your eyes, which is important if you spend a lot of time in front of a computer.
Japanese studies show this exercise can significantly improve your eyesight if done regularly. Place a picture on a clothesline. Stand about a foot away from it and focus on the picture whilst it is moving. Move back a foot and repeat. Continue with this until you are about 10 feet away.
Eye sight is not just about your eyes. It is also about the eye brain relationship. Your brain must interpret what the eyes pick up. This exercise aims to improve your brain/eye connection.
Put your self in a quiet, dark place and look at a lighted candle. Focus your attention at the blue part of the flame and blink gently. After a minute or two try to imagine the lighted flame with your eyes closed.
If the visualization is not perfect, again look at the blue part of the flame and try to imagine the same without making any effort. When you are able to visualize the flame in your imagination open your eyes.
Choose a colour and look out for it throughout the day wherever you go. When you see the particular colour, be aware of it. Don’t bother with the shape of the object, just experience the colour and it’s subtle shadings. This also helps your eye/brain connection.
Try to do this daily. It may be difficult if you live somewhere like the UK! Close your eyes. Look directly at the sun through your closed eyes. While facing the sun, slowly rotate your head from side to side as far as you can. This gets the sunlight in your peripheral vision, and it helps bring more blood circulation to your neck. Do this for a few minutes. Enjoy the warming soothing feeling of the sun on your eyes.
This exercise helps improve the blood circulation to your eye muscles.
With the index fingers of both hands apply LIGHT pressure on your upper eyebrow and move in a circular motion whilst your eyes are closed. Do these as often as you can – several times a day if you can manage it. After finishing this, gently make a circular movement on your eyes to relax them and improve vision.
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By Jon Rhodes