Yoga for your Eyes – Exercises to Improve Your Vision

Exercising your body makes it stronger. So can exercising your eyes make your vision stronger, too? The need for glasses is based on the shape of the eye, the size of the pupil, and the ability to shift focus, which declines as we age. However, there are those who swear eye conditions are related to faulty ocular muscles caused by chronic mental and emotional tension. Yoga-like exercises can help improve the condition of eye muscles and even help  improve disorders such as myopia and hypermetropia.

Practicing these eye exercises regularly for a few months could help improve functioning of our eyes.

Tip: Keep the head and spine straight throughout the exercises.

Palming  – relaxes and soothes

  1. Close your eyes
  2. Take several deep breaths
  3. Rub your palms vigorously until warm
  4. Place your palms on your eyes
  5. Repeat 5 times

Blinking – Hydrates and Relaxes

  1. Blink about 10 times at a fast pace
  2. Close your eyes and relax for 20 seconds
  3. Blink again quickly 10 times
  4. Repeat about 5 times

Side to Side – works your eye muscles

  1. Sit with your legs straight in front of you with your back straight
  2. Look straight ahead at eye level.
  3. Look directly to the left without moving your head or body – only your eyes
  4. Look straight ahead
  5. Look to the right
  6. Look straight ahead
  7. Repeat 5 times

All Around – works eye muscles

  1. Sit with your legs straight ahead of your body keeping your back straight
  2. Make an imaginary circle with your eyes in a clock work and then an anti-clockwork direction.
  3. Close your eyes and relax for 10 seconds
  4. Repeat circular eye movements 5 times

Up and Down

  1. Sit with your legs straight ahead of your body keeping your back straight
  2. Look up then center then down, then center, then up
  3. Repeat 5 times then do same exercise without pausing in center.

Drunk Driver Test –  Focus

  1. Bring one hand straight in front of your eyes and slowly bring your index finger to your nose. Focus on your finger the entire way.
  2. Keep your finger on your nose while focusing for a few seconds.
  3. Bring your finger to its stretched out position while maintaining focus on the finger.
  4. Close your eyes and breathe for 5 seconds
  5. Repeat with other hand

Near and Far – Focus

  1. Sit by an open window with a view of the horizon
  2. Focus on the tip of your nose for 5 seconds and relax
  3. Repeat 10 times
  4. Focus on the horizon for 10 seconds and relax
  5. Repeat 10 times

Practicing these exercises regularly for a few months could help the normal functioning of your eye muscles. And to keep your eyes protected from dangerous UV rays and glare, wear Solar Shield  fits over sunglasses right over your glasses. Get a pair right now and get 30% off when you enter code: BLOG30 www.solarshield.com

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.artofliving.org/

http://www.webmd.com/eye-health/features/natural-vision-correction-does-it-work