Vision Exercise Information
Performing a Vision Exercise once or twice per day can drastically Improve Vision.
These days, a lot of people work in front of computers, and when they go home they sit in front of the TV for a few more hours. All of that time staring at one point in space can really do a lot to weaken your eyes and add a lot of tension to the areas around your eyes.
Taking a few minutes to look away from the screen every now and then can Protect Your Eyesight for the future as well as reverse any existing eye conditions you may already have.
Eye Care Exercises can be used for a myriad of conditions, and even though they shouldn't replace regular checkups with an eye doctor, they can help strengthen your eyes and restore Loss of Vision in some circumstances.
If you have any of the following eye conditions, you can benefit from Eyesight Exercises:
Vision exercise has been described as yoga for the eyes. It's relaxing, strengthening, and can sort out multiple medical problems for which most people usually take medication or use corrective lenses.
The following are a few Eye Exercises that you can use on a daily basis, side effect free!
These first exercises will help improve your visual concentration, or the length of time that you can hold your eyes on one spot without breaking concentration.
Look down the bridge of your nose and focus both of your eyes on the tip. Look at it for as long as you can without blinking, and then close your eyes and relax for a minute or two. Repeat this vision exercise several times per day for best results.
Keep your head looking straight ahead and turn your eyes so that they are focusing on your left shoulder. Hold the gaze for as long as possible and then close your eyes, relaxing your eye muscles. Open them again and do the same thing with your right shoulder.
When you are finished with these eye exercises, rest them for a few minutes by placing the palms of your hands over your eyes with your fingers touching your forehead.
To practice your vision memory, try either sitting or lying down comfortably and focus on one object in front of you. Close your eyes and take a few deep breaths, all while continuing to imagine that object in as much detail as possible.
Open your eyes, get your bearings on the object, and then close them again, continuing to “see” the object. This will help you balance out your imagination with your visual focus, allowing you to retain better vision memory.
Try to perform one or several of these exercises each day, and before long you will start to notice a real change. Doing a vision exercise is easy, safe, and effective.
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