Vision problems occur in every third person on Earth. The most common of them arise due to changes in the shape, position, and size of the eyeball. Due to these reasons, the ability of the eye to focus on the retina of the image is noticeably distorted. Do I need to say how many problems vision problems cause?
Restoring vision is not only possible, but necessary. Visual acuity can be restored not only with the help of surgery, or contact and laser correction, but also with the help of natural methods. The systematic implementation of special exercises for the eyes requires the application of effort and time, but it will bear fruit: vision will improve.
A few thousand years ago, people first had the idea to restore deteriorating vision with the help of appropriate eye exercises. Indian yogis, working to harmonize the functioning of all body systems, including vision, have developed exercises for the eyes. It was yogis who proposed a combination of regular training of the eye muscles and quality rest. Only rested eyes can work at full strength, giving clear and sharp vision.
Three sets of exercises for the eyes
Even at school, the eyes begin to work hard. Students have to view and process large volumes of various information. The first “receiving” information body are in most cases the eyes. They also suffer in the first place, it often happens that a person who has not reached adulthood has already worsened his eyesight. In adult life, the daily load on the eyes only increases, thanks to the TV, computer and books. In view of this, a third of the adult population has poor eyesight.
Problematic eyes need special attention. But even eyes with 100% vision need exercise to avoid various problems such as redness and dry eyes. Eyes can be damaged at any age, but restoring vision is much more difficult.
Many modern doctors and scientists have worked to create effective exercises for the eyes. At the beginning of the last century, William Bates created a special system of exercises for the eyes, based on their need for systematic training and rest. The modern creator of exercises that eliminate the wearing of glasses, Mirzakarim Norbekov, took into account this need of the eyes. He is the author of a whole technique for improving vision, based on a combination of tension and relaxation of the eyes. The author’s technique bears fruit with its regular use.
In the proposed sets of exercises, all the nuances are important: the words “intensively” and “smoothly” should be taken literally. Breathing advice is also important, the eyes need oxygen, especially during exercise. You need to exercise twice a day at least. It will take no more than 5 minutes, but you can get huge benefits. The proposed complexes can be alternated, or you can choose one of them.
Complex 1. Improvement of blood circulation.
Run time – 5 minutes.
Insufficient blood circulation in the eye muscles greatly provokes visual impairment. Basic massage techniques, such as kneading, vibration, stroking and pressure, can improve the situation. It is necessary to “draw” eights with the middle and forefinger in the lower edge of the eye, moving towards the nose, as well as in the upper edge above the eyebrows. The movement should be repeated 8 to 15 times. Massage should be combined with the following exercises, repeating them more than six times:
- Eye movement left and right in a horizontal straight line.
- The same eye movements along the vertical line.
- Circular rotation of the eyes, clockwise and counterclockwise.
- Rapid and intense squinting and relaxation of the eyes.
- Diagonal eye movement: starting at the bottom left, then top right.
- The finger placed on the bridge of the nose must be seen simultaneously with both eyes.
- Fast blinking.
- A circle is glued to the window glass. It should be noticed behind this circle on the street a large object: a tree, a distant house. Standing at a distance of a couple of meters from the window, it is necessary to look from the label pasted on the window to the object seen outside the window and back.
Complex 2. The fight against myopia.
The execution time is 3-5 minutes.
If you want to stop the deterioration of vision, and reduce the likelihood of developing myopia, it is good to perform the following eye exercises 5 times a day. If you are at the computer all day, it is better to do the exercises every hour. You need to perform the exercises while sitting on a chair with a back, or in an armchair, relaxing.
- Take a deep breath while leaning back. Exhale as you lean forward.
- Close your eyes, lean back, close your eyes tightly. After that, open your eyes and straighten your back.
- Place your hands on your belt, turn your head to the right. It is necessary to try to see the elbow on the right hand. Repeat the entire exercise on the left side.
- Looking up, rotate your eyes clockwise, then against it.
- Stretch your arms in front of you, fix your eyes on your fingertips. Inhale as you raise your arms up, exhale as you lower your arms. You can’t move your head.
Complex 3. Drive away fatigue.
Runtime 5-7 minutes.
Simple exercises will help to relax the eye muscles and overcome eye fatigue. The eyes need a well-deserved rest regularly.
- With your eyes open, draw a “figure eight” in the air smoothly and slowly, moving your eyes in different directions. No sudden movements are needed here, breathing should occur in time.
- Raise your right hand outstretched in front of you to eye level. Look at your thumb for 5 seconds. Then smoothly and slowly move your hand to the right side, do not take your eyes off your finger, do not move your head. Repeat the same with the left hand.
- Look ahead for a few seconds at a distant object. Raise your hand so that the finger is at a distance of thirty centimeters from the eyes, look at it. Then lower your hand, look at a distant object.
- Raise your hand, placing your thumb at a thirty-centimeter distance from your eyes. Look at your fingertip for 5 seconds. Then close your right eye and look at your finger for another 5 seconds. Open your eyes, after 5 seconds close your left eye, continuing to look at the finger.