5 Exercises That Naturally Improve Your Eyesight

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5 Exercises That Naturally Improve Your Eyesight

We take our eyes for granted every single day for they are little orbs within our skull that allow us to see the beauty of the world around us. It is our job to make sure that these little orbs within our skull are healthy and are able to do their job. Otherwise, we would be missing them dearly without the ability of sight.

So, to help you have better vision and overall eye health, please take a look at these five methods/exercises to better eye care.

1. Crossing Your Eyes

As presented by Dr. Mao Shing Ni on the Dr. Oz Show:

  1. Hold a pencil straight out in front of you at arm’s length.
  2. Focus your eyes on the pencil.
  3. Slowly draw the pencil towards your body, holding your focus on it until it is six inches from your face.
  4. Reverse direction and slowly extend your arm back to the start, keeping your focus on the pencil.
  5. Repeat 10 times.

2. “Thinker”

Presented by HealthAndNaturalWorld.com on “diagonal vision exercise’:

  1. Slowly shift your eyes down and to the left
  2. Hold for five seconds.
  3. Slowly shift your eyes diagonally up until you are looking up and to the right.
  4. Hold for five seconds.
  5. Repeat five times on this diagonal.
  6. Switch to the opposite diagonal and repeat five times.

3.”Side-Eye”

This method is actually used mostly in eye exams:

  1. Slowly shift your eyes until you are looking as far to the right as possible.
  2. Hold for five seconds.
  3. Slowly shift your eyes until you are looking as far to the left as possible.
  4. Hold for five seconds.
  5. Return your eyes to center.
  6. Repeat 10 times.

4. “Eye Raise”

Very similar to the previous exercise and also used in eye exams:

  1. Slowly raise your eyes until you are looking as far up as possible.
  2. Hold for five seconds.
  3. Slowly lower your eyes until you are looking as far down as possible.
  4. Hold for five seconds.
  5. Return your eyes to center.
  6. Repeat 10 times.

5. “Eye Press”

Presented by SelfCarers.com:

  1. Press the tips of several fingers against your upper eyelids using light pressure.
  2. Press for two seconds.
  3. Release your fingers.
  4. Repeat 10 times.
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