Improve your Eyesight by Training the Muscles of Your Eyes
Through reading this article you will be able to gradually understand the importance that eye exercises can have on improving your eyesight, how they can be an alternative to glasses or contact lenses and last but not least, how your eyes work, develop and age.
Nowadays, most people who have eye problems (light or severe) wear corrective lenses. It is the only way they know how to make their vision better. And they do just that without considering the fact that the eyes are not just made of lenses which need refocusing. The eyes are also made of muscles, of nutrients and many other things.
In order for them to function better you don’t just put glasses on. Glasses or contact lenses are in fact just like some drugs that keep you addicted to using them. They do not correct the problem at the source. The disorder is inside and around the eye, and with a bit of effort, research and techniques (like the ones in Rebuild Your Vision), eyesight can be improved.
It is just like an athlete races to build muscle in the legs so that he can run faster. The same way, anyone of us who wants to see better, must exercise their eyes so that we maintain them or make them healthy and strong. Sure, the eyes age together with the rest of our body, of course, but just like our body, exercise and a healthy way of living may help them last longer and function better.
It is important for you to know that if you spend most of your time doing close up work like writing or reading or drawing or working at electric pannels or whatever other activities that require focusing at close objects, your eyes will become less efficient at seeing into the distance and you’ll experience having blurred vision. It works viceversa too. But you can train your eyes to get over that habit (it is just like a bit of stretching after you sit at the desk for way too long).
Just as the neck and head are built so that they are most comfortable when they look straight ahead, the human eye is designed to focus on objects around 7 feet away (but it depends on the strength and constitution of your specific organism). If you keep your eyes focused on the near for too long, the muscles of the eye become so accustomed to that position that it is hard to move or focus them any other way causing blurry vision. Eye exercises that improve vision, will help you retain your vision and can bring your sight back to 20 20 vision or better. However, eye exercises will not help congenital disorders such as color blindness, as this condition developed at birth and is a result of an absence of essential color sensitive pigments of the eye.
When we want to achieve something, we must work for it. Just like proper diet and exercise are healthy for our muscles, the same holds true for our eyes. You might be surprised just how little you need glasses in order to improve your eyesight. By wearing glasses you’re keeping your eyes weak and dependent on them to see.