A world without eyes will be a lost world and one just can’t imagine a world without lost eyesight? Certainly not! Even recognizing your loved ones would be a task, let alone enjoying the morning view of the garden. People with a weak vision often tend to suffer from myopia and hypermetropia and become more prone to blindness in older age.
Here are some of the exercises that will help you improve your eyesight:
Try to flap your eyelids and, blink your eyes 20 to 30 times rapidly without shutting your eyes. Now close your eyes and allow them to rest.
Move all your focus on a distant object for a while. Focus at a dot or the moon for three to four minutes without straining your eye. You can perform the same exercising focusing on any other object.
For a few seconds, roll your eyes in the clockwise direction, and then move them anti-clockwise for a few more seconds. Repeat four or five times and blink your eyes in between each set.
Hold a pencil at arm’s length and focus on it. Now slowly bring it closer to your nose and then move the pen far away from your vision until you lose focus. Repeat this about ten times a day.