Are you tired of being told “you’ve got bad vision”? Do you wish you had 20/20 vision? Well, here’s something you can do to improve your sight.
Your eyes are the most important sensory organs in your body, so taking care of them is vital. But, more importantly, we know that vision loss isn’t irreversible today!
In this article, I will share with you how you can improve your eyesight without spending thousands of dollars on expensive eye surgery. Instead, I’ll teach you how to do simple, practical exercises to help you see more clearly.
These exercises aren’t just fun – they really work. Not only do they combat eye fatigue or even ophthalmic migraines, but they also dramatically improve your vision. Plus, you won’t even feel any pain while doing them!
Let’s get going!
Exercise 1: Blink Your Eyes
Spend a minute blinking continuously. First, do 30 seconds at a relaxed, normal pace, followed by 30 seconds at a quick but steady pace. This ‘eye workout’ can be done at any time of day.
This exercise allows us to :
- boost blood circulation in the eyes,
- lubricate the eyes,
- clean them,
- rest them from the light.
Finally, remember that this practice is much more critical when working on a task that demands a lot of attention and focus, especially if using a computer, tablet, or smartphone.
Exercise 2: Work on your convergence
Put your index finger in front of you, in the middle of your eyes, and keep both eyes fixed on it continuously.
Try to keep your focus as you bring it as slowly as you can to your nose. Then move it as far in front of you as possible, and repeat.
Do this three times a day, with 25 repetitions.
As with exercise 1, this can be done at any time of day, but it is especially beneficial when using a computer. If you are a spectacles wearer, keep them on for this exercise.
Exercise 3: Focus on a fixed point while turning your head
Stare at a fixed point far in front of you.
Now, turn your head to the left, back to the middle, and then to the right without taking your eyes off the point. Repeat this movement for 30 seconds.
Then come back to the middle, and turn your head up and down while still looking at this point in front of you. Then, again, repeat this movement for 30 seconds.
This particular ‘workout’ can be done anytime and by anyone, regardless of age.
Exercise 4: Fixed head while turning your eyes
This time, look straight ahead.
Keeping your head straight and aligned in front of you, slowly turn your eyes to the right. Then slowly turn to the left.
For a full minute, repeat this exercise while being careful to move slowly.
Then close your eyes for a few seconds.
Exercise 5: Rest your eyes
Finally, rub your hands together before gently placing your palms on your closed eyes in the shape of a shell.
Hold this position for 1 minute, and be careful that the light does not get between your fingers.
Gradually, the warmth of your hands together with the darkness will help calm and regenerate your eyes.
In conclusion, exercise is essential for maintaining good eyesight. Try performing these exercises for 10 minutes a day,
The key here is consistency. Don’t expect miracles overnight; instead, focus on doing the exercises regularly over the course of several weeks. That way, you’ll notice improvements in your vision right away.