4 Ways to Improve Vision Naturally
The eyes are the windows to the soul; it’s a famous and common saying. When it comes to the science-minded people the eyes are a complex organ which provides the gift of vision.
And sadly most people take their eyes for granted. Just think how important they are to you. But do not get scared, you should know that there are a few natural ways to protect your eyes and improve your vision.
#1 Do Eye and Physical Exercises
You probably know that exercise is good because it can improve your health in different ways, from improving your memory all the way to protecting your heart. You should know that exercise can benefit your eyes, as well.
There is one eye exercise you should try immediately.
First, you should sit back around 20 inches from your screen. Keep eye level with our logo and then follow the eyeball as it moves across the screen. Do this for around 1 minute.
#2 Consume Blueberry, Black Currant, and Bilberry
Phytochemicals and anthocyanins with antioxidant traits found in berries such as blueberries, bilberries, and black currant are good for the eyes.
According to animal researches, anthocyanins might stimulate the regeneration of rhodopsin which is a protein in the retina that might help see in times of low light.
Another study has shown that anthocyanoside concentrate in black currant might help the eyes to adapt in the dark. Also, it may give help those temporary issues with eyesight and relieve or prevent eye strain.
Because nowadays we spend more and more time in front of the screen, snacking some black currants might be a good thing.
#3 Eat Tomatoes, Leafy Greens and Guavas
Carotenoids such as lycopene, lutein, and zeaxanthin might ward off eye disease. Lutein and zeaxanthin found in kale, mustard greens, and spinach might play a protective role when it comes to AMD, i.e. age-related macular degeneration, cataract.
This is the degeneration of the central part of the retina and the degeneration of the rod cells of the retina or retinitis pigmentosa. In the meanwhile lycopene found in tomatoes, guava and watermelon might help prevent cataracts.
#4 Yoga for the Eyes
You should know that yoga can be good for your eyes as well. You can try rotating, the eyeball in different directions, blinking and palming. You can do the following set of exercises:
Move your eyeballs up and down without blinking. You can look at a clock on the wall and trace a line between 12 and 6. Do ten repetitions of this exercise.
Then rub your palms together and cup your eyes. Feel the warmth seep through; this is palming.
Then look at the clock again move your eyes horizontally from 9 to 3, and diagonally from 11 to 4 and from 2 to 7. These exercises can help you relieve pressure.
Source: Cure Joy