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Yoga exercise for natural vision correction !

Updated on January 11, 2015

Lets get striaght to the point:

With mobiles, laptops, tvs ,tabs and all the digital equipments around , most youngsters today are facing a common problem of blurred vision in a very early age and it keeps on getting worse with time and we opt for contact lenses and glasses which actually aggravate the problem in long term.This article will help you get rid of all these problems with simple yet powerful yoga exercises.

Actual exercise:

Step 1:

Sit on a mat in relaxed position. Now focus on an object straight in front of your eyes with a still head and without any movement of eyes or the head.

Step 2:

Now keeping the head still as it is in step 1, rotate both your eyes to look at an object in right direction(rotation should be almost 90 degree angle).Remember the head should be still and should be pointing in forward direction only your eyes should be moving. Keep this position for around 2 to 3 seconds and slowly bring your eyes back to normal position as in step 1.

Step 3:

Now that you are back to same position as in step 1, rotate both your eyes to look at an object in left direction (rotation should be almost at 90 degree angle).The head should remain still as instructed in step 2.Keep this position for around 2 to 3 seconds and slowly bring your eyes back to normal position as in step 1.

Step 4:

Now that you have covered horizontal directions, it is time for vertical movement.

Slowly rotate your eyes and look at the ceiling without moving the head. Keep this position for 2 to 3 seconds and slowly bring your eyes to normal position as in step 1.

Step 5:

Slowly rotate your eyes and try to focus on an obect right under your eyes. Keep this position for 2 to 3 seconds and slowly bring your eyes to normal position.

All these 4 simple steps constitute a set.To get maximum benefits out of this exercise I would recommend to do 10 sets daily.It would hardly take 10 minutes and can be performed indoor very easily.

I personally tried it and since past 6 months I have seen significant improvement in my eyes.I hope to get rid of my glasses very soon. I hope it helps you guys too.Any suggestions and improvements are most welcome :) .

Video explaining my steps


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