How to See Better, the Natural Way!

Are you tired of blurry vision? Having trouble reading text without big glasses or difficult to put in contact lenses? Are you having a hard time reading this even? Well, despite what you might think, having blurry or irregular vision is not permanent. In fact, blurry vision is a sort of message from our eyes, telling us that something is wrong. We should listen to this message, and take steps to ensure we improve the problem.


We can improve our eye sight with a few simple remedies and exercises. Best of all, we can do it in a natural way, with absolutely no negative side effects! Sound too good to be true? Well, it sounds good but these methods definitely work, and are all backed by scientific proof of the enhancements to your vision.

To begin, let’s take a moment to educate ourselves about our eyes; how they work, and why we lose our vision. The best way to take care of your eyes is to learn about them after all.

Our ability to see starts with light, which enters the eye via the cornea. The cornea is coated by a thin layer of tears that acts as a lubricant, and the cornea accepts that light into the eye. The light then travels to the lens which focuses that light onto the retina. The retina converts that light into an image, which is what we see, which is sent to the brain by the optic nerve. The brain then sees this image, sees it projected, and interrupts that as what is really there.

Of course there’s a little more going on, but those are the basics. These important parts of the eye are what break down or erode away over time, resulting in several different diseases and other imperatives stopping us from crystal clear vision.

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For example, the cornea can be damaged over the years by debris, the thin layer of tears on your eye can dry up, the lens can be scratched or you can get cataracts, you can get glaucoma in your optic nerves, or the cornea can deteriorate. It’s best to work on your sight from a young age to prevent the erosion of vision. But what if your vision is already blurry, or dark, or just isn’t as good as it could be?

Fear not, there are several eye (and even breathing) exercises that have been proven to improve your vision. Let’s take a look at some of them, shall we?

The best exercise to improve your vision is simple relaxation. By relaxing your eyes, you’ll be giving your eyes a break. Eye strain is caused by eyes be overworked, such as staring at a bright monitor for hours, reading text far away, or not getting proper sleep. To relax your eyes, simple place the palms of your hands in front of your eyes and leave them there. This is called “palming.”

Palming your eyes sounds simple, but it does work. Simply closing your eyes doesn’t give them a rest. Yes, your eyes don’t necessarily get enough rest when you’re sleeping. When you’re dreaming, your eyes will often focus on what they’re “seeing”, even in dreams. Essentially, they’re focusing on the back of your eyelids while your mind is creating its own images.

For example, close your eyes and looking out your window, then turning your head to a dark area. You can definitely see the hint of light, even though your eyes are closed. By placing the palms of your hands over your eyes, you block out all light, giving your eyes the rest the need. You can do this for as little as thirty seconds or more. You can even try getting a blindfold to sleep with at night.

Eyes are meant to be on the move, and to constantly shift around to give you a better view of your environment. They can shift up to 70 times per second, without you even realizing it. This is normal behavior, it’s healthy. But your eyes do need a rest every now and then, and simply sleeping, and even palming, doesn’t always provide enough of that rest.

That’s where exercises come into play.

First, don’t stare. Staring actually hurts your eyes, as the muscles in your eyes need to be able to move and keep blood flow going. Locking your eyes into one position can tense these muscles and stop blood f low. That’s why staring hurts your eyes and they start to water, and your vision is blurred.

Instead, try blinking. Blinking normally occurs every 2 to 3 seconds, and lasts just a fraction of nanosecond. It’s enough to give your eyes a rest in the short term, so it stands to reason that a more concentrated effort of blinking can help your eyes rest.

Start blinking quickly for several seconds. You can also try squeezing your eyes shut as you blink, contorting your facial muscles into forcing your eyes shut. Maybe don’t do this in public, but in your own home blinking often and intensely can give your eyes a better rest than a long night of sleep.


Remember those breathing exercises mentioned earlier?

The brain uses more oxygen than any other part of your body. A lack of air will reduce your ability to think and see clearly. In short, our breathing patterns affect our vision, and can have a long term affect if we are not breathing properly. This is why we need to develop better breathing habits.

Start by taking in deeper breaths of air. Not so deep that you take in too much air and feel light headed, just more air than you normally breath in. Do the same for breathing out. If you do this long enough, you’ll find yourself breathing like this automatically, taking in more air and allowing more air to reach your lungs and brain.

A popular exercise is the 20/20/20 method. What that is, is every twenty minutes, focus on an object twenty feet away for twenty seconds. You’ll notice an instant improvement in your vision and focus. The more you do this, the more your eyes will get stronger, and will be able to focus better on specific objects.

A similar method for a slightly different effect is by placing your thumb in front of your face, five inches from the tip of your nose, and focusing on your thumbnail for five seconds. Whereas the 20/20/20 exercise helps your far sight, this test is designed to help your near sight, allowing you to better focus on objects that are up close.

You can also combine these two tests together, slightly altering the timing. Stare at an object that’s twenty feet away from ten seconds, then stare at your thumbnail for ten seconds, then back to the object that’s twenty feet away. By doing this for as little as a minute or as long as five, you’ll quickly develop a better sense of sight, for both objects that are far away, and readable text that’s up close.

To improve your moving sight, imagine a large figure or object lying on the ground in front of you. Now, very slowly, trace the outline of that object with your eyes as if it were really there. Stay focused on that imaginary outline, and slowly trace it for about a minute. You can also try the fence exercise. Find a fence with large slats in the middle, and focus on an object you can see on the other side of the fence. Then, continuously tilt your head back and forth along the fence, continuing to stare at the object on the other side of the fence.

These exercises are designed to improve your vision while on the go, your ability to see a moving object, and your ability to focus on something that’s moving fast and/or far away.

An exercise popular with doctors is to keep your head facing forward, and look to something off to one side of you, and focus on it for ten seconds. Then return your eyes to the center for ten seconds, then look at something on the opposite side for ten seconds, and again look to the center for ten seconds. Do this for every direction every day, and you’ll soon notice your eyes getting stronger, and your vision clearer.

By doing just these simple exercise every day, sometimes multiple times a day or even just once a day, you’ll experience a noticeable improvement in your vision on a daily basis. You’ll be able to better focus on close objects and text, clearly see objects in the distance, and you’ll be able to focus on moving objects instantly.

These simple techniques are designed to improve the vision of your eyes, without any chemicals or expensive surgeries. The answer is through natural means that are doctor approved and researched. Try them today, and notice the difference in your vision!