9 Ways That Are Proven To Restore Your Eyesight

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Although we have 5 senses, most of us have some that we would never want to live without. Included among the most important of our senses is sight, and we use it for more than what most people realize. On an ongoing basis, we gather information about the world around us through what we see and that information is used by the brain to help us in incredible ways.

Like anything we possess, it is important to use and exercise our sense of sight regularly if we want to keep it strong. If we don’t exercise our eyesight, we will eventually find that it is getting weaker and weaker. Fortunately, there are ways for you to keep your eyesight strong and healthy. The following 9 suggestions can be put into practice in your life and once you do, you will notice a difference very quickly.

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1. Don’t overstrain your eyes during the day. Close them for a few minutes every couple of hours.

2. These 16 basic exercises can be used to give your eyes a workout every day. Do them in order daily.

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3. If you have glasses, take them off more often and leave them off when you can.

4. Massage your eyes regularly with circular motions. Use this chart and move through the 7 areas in order. Use the middle and index fingers to press on the eyes. You should feel some pressure but no pain when doing so.

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5. Try looking off into the distance more than focusing on your immediate surroundings.

6. Drink carrot juice regularly

7. Wash your eyes with water when they feel tired.

8. Try not to stare at a computer screen or the TV for at least 2 hours before going to bed

9. Try the Indian Trataka exercise for your eyes. It helps both the eyes and the mind.

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Sit facing a stationary object placed in an open space. Focus your attention on the object and try not to blink. Have a detailed image of the object in your memory.

Close your eyes and focus your attention on the area between the eyebrows, keeping the image in your mind for as long as you can. Try to do it for at least 10 minutes.

This exercise should help you to have a clear image of what you are seeing before your eyes get tired.

Via: Bright Side

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