I even gave up glasses!
Basic medical science law for muscles is, “If you don’t use them, they become weak.”
With your eyes, this is usually what happens: you stare at the monitor in front of you most of the day and do not use the eye muscles necessary to look further away. This is how modern myopia develops.
If you start using glasses at the same time, then the situation begins to develop not in your favor even faster: the eyes in the glasses strain even less, and the eyes no longer need to peer at something and strain.
Accordingly, to reverse the process, you need to train the muscles of the eyes and keep them in good shape.
Here are the 9 best ways to do it:
1. Avoid eye strain during the day. Close your eyes for a few minutes every 2-3 hours and enjoy the peace.
2. Here are 16 basic and well-known eye exercises . Do them every day in order.
3. If you wear glasses, gradually reduce your time in them.Shoot more often.
4. Massage your eyes using gentle circular motions. Move from 1 to 6 as shown in the picture:
For pressing on the eyeball, it is best to use the middle and index fingers. You should feel pressure in the process, but not pain.
5. When walking in the open air, try to look more often somewhere in the distance, and not at your feet.
6. Drink carrot juice. As often as possible. Desirable every day.
And if you want maximum effect, add one or two drops of olive oil to the glass: it will not spoil the taste, but it is ideal for the absorption of the substances necessary for the eyes from carrots.
7. When your eyes feel tired, rinse them with warm water.
8. Do not look at the screens of computers, smartphones or TVs at least two hours before bedtime.
9. Try the Indian exercise “Trataka”.
It will teach your eyes and mind to focus.
Sit down in front of a small object fixed in space (a candle, for example) and focus your gaze and all your attention on it. Don’t blink. Make sure that the image of the object is clearly imprinted on your memory and brain.
Then close your eyes and concentrate on the brow, trying to maintain the image of the point in front of your closed eyes for as long as possible. Do the practice for about 10 minutes.
The goal of this exercise is to get a clear image of a previously unclear object before the eyes get tired.