Yoga For Eyes Through 3 Simple Exercises

In Eastern Asian concept, eyes are compared with the door of soul. A bright and healthy eyes is expected by most of people. However, the current increasing development of internet and computer use considerably is causing more eye problems among children, adults and elders. The real situation is motivating us spending time and money for expensive health care services as well as saving homemade remedies.

For years, the therapy focusing on vision improvements by practicing exercises for problematic eyes now has been used successfully. You may hear about “Yoga for eyes” that exactly the therapy to use some approaches to imrove your fatigued or lazy eyes. When doing yoga approaches, you should be relax your mind and tend to be ignore every complicated things around. The combination between exercises and a good diet is the best  key for a fresh entire body, not just eyes. 

Thank you for your reading till this paraghrap and the things followings surely worth your time. They are some exercises which help improve your vision, especially if your are listed as a regular computer users or TV program addict. They are easy to do and one of them can be avaiable every time, every where.

Exercise 1: Blinking

Rare blinking or blinking too many times is all not good. A moderate frequency of blinking is recommended as well as knowing how to blinking best?

There will be a clear difference when you spend two minutes blink every 3 – 4 seconds and not blink not blink for 30 seconds at a time for two minutes. One you may feel strained, tired or one your eyes can be relaxed.

Whenever you blink your eyes are going into a brief period of darkness which helps to keep your eyes fresh and discharges previous information ready for new information, this helps to reduce eye strain.

Exercise 2: Palming

Do not sitting in front of computer screen all days. Sometimes, you should have a break and take a rest for your eyes. This is help relieve stress around the eyes.

  1. Take a few deep breathes before you begin.
  2. Make yourself comfortable whilst leaning forward on a desk or with your elbows resting on your knees. Close your eyes.
  3. Place your two hands over your eyes with the cup of your palm covering your eyes, your fingers on your forehead and the heel of your hand will rest on your cheekbone. Make sure you can blink freely and you are not putting too much pressure on your eyes.

Exercise 3: Near and far focussing

  1. Sit in a comfortable position, or stand, this will only take 2-3 minutes at a time.
  2. Put your thumb about 10 inches in front of you and focus on it.
  3. Now focus on something else about 10 – 20 feet in front of you.
  4. On each deep breath switch between focussing on your thumb and the 10-20 feet object in front of you.
A short advice for you in the end is make a right choice of food that benefits for your eye health. Such foods are green tea, carrots, spinach or tomatoes. Eating more portion of these foods regularly in your diet can health you from inside out.

Nearsightedness, can exercises benefit it?

Nearsightedness is one of the most common symptoms known and often treated with glasses or contacts. In case of nearsightedness is caused by a flaw in the shape of the eyeball itself. The eyeball is too long and light rays can’t properly focus on the retina. If you have astigmatism, the surface of the eye has an irregularity that distorts the light focusing on the retina.

The controversial are still making headache for many doctors and experts about whether exercises can improve nearsightedness, also known as myopia or not? A common opinion uniforms that no exercise can change the shape of your eyeball or the surface of your cornea that no or rare proof for improvement of this eyes problem.

Many thanks to Steven Aitchison, the creator of Change Your Thoughts (CYT) blog for his valuable experienes on eye exercises.

Disclaimer: This content including advice provides generic information only. It is in no way a substitute for qualified medical opinion. Always consult a specialist or your own doctor for more information. NDTV does not claim responsibility for this information.

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