There are hundreds of eye exercises to improve vision. Some work better and faster than others. You will be happy to know that some of the best exercises are also the easiest to do.
How much time do you have to spend doing these eye exercises to improve vision?
You don't have to spend hours every day doing eye exercises to improve vision. A few minutes every day will do.
I have known people to have great improvement in their vision after just 5 minutes per day, whereas others prefer to do the exercises for 10-15 minutes, or even up to an hour.
Do you have to follow a set routine, or can you mix it all up to make it more enjoyable?
When you start out it is best to stick to a set routine at least until you start seeing improvements in your vision. As you get more experienced however, you can go on to mix things up to make it more fun.
You can give yourself your own routine, or – since you know how the exercises work – you can even invent your own eye exercises to improve vision.
Will your eyesight get worse again when you stop doing these exercises?
The idea behind eye exercises to improve vision is to change the way you use your eyes.
As you use the exercises you will find yourself adopting a whole new set of habits that can keep your eyesight crystal clear for as long as you live.
Eventually you will no longer have to set aside any extra time for these exercises. Many people find that they just do the exercises out of habit at certain times throughout the day, say when they are in their car and the lights go red, or during a commercial while watching TV.
In the end, improving your eyesight naturally isn't really about doing a few minutes of scheduled eye exercises and spending the rest of the day doing things that damage your eyes. It is about developing a new way to use your eyes, which will give you excellent vision for the rest of your life.
Here are a couple of the many eye exercises that can help you see better so you can throw away those glasses.
Eye Exercise #1: Palming
Palming is one of the first exercises you should do when you start out learning how to improve eyesight naturally. This eye exercise focuses on relaxation, which sets the scene for all other eye exercises.
Since palming causes your mind, eyes and the muscles in and around your eyes to relax, it tends to improve your eye-brain coordination. As a result, a lot of people find their eyesight improving just by doing palming alone.
It is generally known that the greater the degree of relaxation produced by palming, the better and longer lasting the improvement in your vision.
Eye Exercise #2: Shifting and Swinging
Did you know that your eyes are unable to stay fixed on one point for more than a fraction of a second? For you to have good vision, your eyes actually NEED to shift around at incredibly high speeds, even when you are staring at a single point on an unmoving object.
In fact, the more rapid the shifting of your eyes, the better your vision will be as a result.
This shifting of your eyes is something that happens unconsciously without you knowing.
Swinging is an eye exercise where you imitate this eye shifting consciously. By doing this you are making your eyes do what the eyes of people with good vision do automatically.
Swinging is a very powerful exercise that can not only improve your eyesight when your vision is poor, but it can also improve someone's eyesight when they have NORMAL vision.
|"Because of this, many commercial airlines and even the US Air Force, use swinging to train their pilots to achieve super-normal vision."|
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