Eyes Exercises helps to improve Eye vision:
1.1 – Exercise
First of all, sit down in a comfortable position. Cover your eyes with the palms of your hands. Don’t press the eyeballs. Try to relax and watch the darkness for 30 seconds. Breathe quietly and deeply all the time.
1.2 – Exercise
Sitting in the same position, look up and hold so for 5 seconds. Then release. Now look down hold so for 5 seconds. Then, again, release. Make 5 repetitions.
1.3 – Exercise
Now look right, hold for 5 seconds and release. Then look left, hold for 5 seconds and relax your eyes. Make 5 repetitions.
1.4 – Exercise
Rotate your eyeballs 5 circles to the left and relax your eyes. Then rotate them 5 circles to the right and also relax.
1.5 – Exercise
Look at the tip of your nose. Don’t be afraid, cross your eyes! Hold for 3 seconds and relax. Then look up at the ceiling without moving your head, hold for 3 seconds and relax your eyes. Repeat 5 times.
2 – Food that improve Eyes Vision:
2.1 – Eat fish twice a week
According to two new studies, eating a fish-rich diet promotes a reduced risk of developing Age-related Macular Degeneration, or AMD, a leading cause of blindness in old age. In one of the studies, 681 elderly American men showed that those who ate fish twice a week had a 36 percent lower risk of macular degeneration.
The other study, which followed 2,335 Australian men and women over five years, showed people who ate fish just once a week reduced their risk by 40 percent.
2.2 – Take a multivitamin every day
Vitamin A promotes good vision, especially in low light. It may also be needed for reproduction and breast-feeding.
Vitamin C has been linked to the prevention of cataracts – one study has shown that taking 300 to 600 mg supplemental vitamin C reduced cataract risk by 70 percent – the delay of macular degeneration, and eye pressure reduction in glaucoma patients.
Vitamin E is an antioxidant that protects body tissue from damage caused by unstable substances called free radicals. Free radicals can harm cells, tissues, and organs. They are believed to play a role in certain conditions associated with aging.
2.3 – Dark Chocolate
Dark chocolate – lauded for its antioxidant benefits, dark chocolate also contains flavanoids which are essential for a healthy heart. Flavanoids help to protect the blood vessels of the eyes so that the cornea and lens stay strong as you age. Purer forms of dark chocolate are the most potent, so look for chocolate bars that contain at least 60% cacao extracts for maximum health benefits.
2.4 – Eggs:
Eggs – whether you enjoy them scrambled, boiled or sunny side up, eggs are a valuable addition to any diet. Egg yolks contain several essential nutrients and protein that can keep you healthy; in addition to lutein and essential fatty acids, eggs contain B-vitamins and zinc that are essential for overall eye health.
2.5 – Leafy green vegetables
Leafy green vegetables – you already know the importance of eating your greens each day, but all that spinach, broccoli and kale will provide essential vitamins and minerals for good eye health.