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Improving Your Eyesight isn’t Hard

Tuesday, April 2, 2013 @ 09:04 AM
Author: Amit Mathur

Improving Your Eyesight isn't Hard
Having to wear glasses can be a killer to your self esteem, especially if none of your friends wear them. By strengthening your eyes, you can improve your eyesight to avoid the need to wear eyeglasses or corrective contact lenses. Having an eye training plan is important to the development of your eyesight, so make sure to create one and stick to it. If you are wearing glasses or contact lenses, don’t throw them away until your eyesight has indeed become better.

Doing Eye Exercises

Eye exercises should definitely be a part of your plan to improve your eyesight. There are different eye exercises that you can do to help strengthen your eye muscles which are responsible for how well you see. Some exercises include rolling your eyes clockwise and then counter-clockwise and then side to side. You can also hold out a pencil at arm’s length and bring it in slowly towards your nose, while focusing your eyes on it the entire time.

Good Eye Habits

You know not to read in the dark, but you should also try not to read or look at things too closely. You should sit at a good distance from the computer screen, books or whatever else you are studying. By sitting further away, it will train your eyes to reduce the tension of reading text that is further away and allow them to adapt. It will help to give your eyes better focus. Whenever your eyes become exhausted from reading, looking at a screen or television, give them a break. Straining your eyes for too long will only make them worse.

You should also refrain from staring at one spot for too long, since this stresses your eyes. Instead, you should have eye movement that is dynamic and active, yet smooth. Jerky, sudden movements will irritate your eyes.

Try some of these tips along with improving your diet with lots of veggies and fruits to see if it helps your eyesight become better.

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