The world will remain beautiful, vibrant and bright only if we take proper care of our precious eyes. Our eyes need proper exercises to remain healthy and fresh. Eyes are one of those parts of our body, which are stressed and strained the maximum. It is due to watching TV, working on computer or by doing any normal activity of the day. Exercises designed to strengthen one's eyes help in providing relaxation to the tired eyes along with strengthening the eye muscles, to improve vision and to prevent any eye related disorder. Many eye problems are caused due to stress and tension. Therefore, one can perform simple yet effective exercises that are beneficial for eyes. Eye-strengthening exercises provide protection from various eye related disorders and helps in the improvement of vision.
There are innumerable eye exercises for better vision. Concentrating on
a particular object is one of the simplest and effective
eye-strengthening exercise. It serves as an excellent solution to
strengthen your eye muscles. You can hold a pen in your hand and
concentrate on its tip for a couple of seconds. Looking at your left and
right hand side as well as upward and downward for about 10-15 times is
also effective. Rolling your eyes completely is another fantastic
exercise. Some other eye strengthening exercises are given below:
Palming - Sit comfortably in front of a table, resting your
elbows on a stack of cushions high enough to bring your palms easily to
your eyes without stooping forward or looking up. Close your eyes and
cover them with your cupped palms to exclude light, avoiding pressure on
the sockets. Breathe slowly and evenly, relaxing and imagining deep
blackness. Begin by doing this for 10 minutes, two or three times a day.
Color Day - Choose a color and look out for it throughout the
day. When you see that color, be aware of the color and experience it.
For example, if you see a red car, experience the shade of red, not the
See Clearly Method - One simple way of doing this would be to
hold a small object in your hand and slowly move it away from your face,
ensuring that your eye follows the object and retains focus upon it.
Tromboning - You need to hold a small object, starting at arm's
length. Then you have to breathe in and move the object slowly closer to
your face, until it touches your nose. You are then required to breathe
out, looking at the object as you again move it away from your face.