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Eye Exercise

Eye Exercise

Eye exercise is supportive in the treatment of many eye-related diseases, Such as the nearsighted, farsighted, dry eye, etc.

Improve eye vision with eye exercise

Persistent eye training (exercise) can improve vision quickly.

Eye exercise gives some physical exercise to our eye muscles thus; they regain its lost strength and elasticity.

What is a normal eye? What is 20/20 vision? What is 6/6 vision?

In 1862, Dr. Herman Snellen created a test to measure the visual acuity; he created a chart for easily assessing visual acuity. He created this chart using a definition for standard vision; this helps doctors to work towards comparing and correcting vision.

He designed this chart with the size of the letters, and the white space around them is the same? This uniform design helps it easier to test the visual acuity from various distances. He in-addition arrives at a definition for standard vision after vigorous studies; a person with a normal vision should be able to read a particular line of the chart with ease, this is 20/20 vision (or 6/6 vision).

Someone with a normal vision of 20/20 (or 6/6) means; the numerator refers to the distance in feet (or meter) between the chart and you, and the denominator indicates the distance that a standard eye can read those letters; this is mention in each line of the Snellen chart.
For example, if you have 20/60 (or 6/18) vision, it means that you can see clearly at 20 feet (or 6 meters) what a standard vision would see at 70 feet (18 meters). This means a person with a normal eye can see from 70 feet (18 meters) what you can see from 20 feet (6 meters), and then your eye needs correction to see well.

It is possible to have a better vision than 20/20. It is rare to have a vision efficient than 20/15.

What is a telescopic vision? Is it possible?

A person with above average-eyesight can easily read the 10-foot line (smallest letters on the Snellen Eye Test Chart) from a distance of 20 feet is 20/10 vision! There are people who can read the 10-foot line from a distance of 50 to 60 feet is 60/10 vision. They are considering having a telescopic vision. There is also no limit to reading small ‘Microscopic Type Print’ known as microscopic vision. There is no limit to how sharp and clear one can see, in the distance, and close-up.

Sunlight is necessary for bright eyesight

A new study indicates that a lack of direct sunlight may reshape the human eye and impair vision.

Increased UVB exposure was associated with reduced myopia, particularly in adolescence and young adulthood. Ref: JAMA Ophthalmology. 2017; 135(1):47-53 and Arch Ophthalmol. 2008;126(4):527-530.

The sages say human beings are "solidified sunlight," because our eyesight and our very life are fully dependent on the Solar Orb! We would all become blind without the healing rays of sunlight upon our retina. 

Sunlight also gives us natural Vitamin D for healthy skin and eyes. The eye training secrets contained in this site can take you from 20-600 (progressively advanced myopia, or blind without glasses), to be better than 20-20 vision. 

The secret of eye accommodation

While seeing an object from a distance to near, the eye changes focus by changing the shape of the lens resulting from the action of the ciliary muscle on the zonular fibers called accommodation. 

The normal eye when looking at a distant object becomes shortened, and when looking at a close object is elongated.

While looking at the farther object of more than twenty feet away, the rays come into the eyes parallel. When looking at close point rays come into the eyes at an angle.

The normal eye must accommodate these rays in order to see clearly a close or distant object. All rays from nearby objects come to a focus behind the retina. The eyes must accommodate these rays by adjusting the shape of the eye so that the rays will focus on the retina.

The reason behind eye defects

In a healthy eye, the pupil is tinier when viewing a distant sight, and grows larger when seeing a close object. 

The pupil becomes smaller in sunlight and grows bigger when in darkness. 

Precisely, the external muscles focus the rays of light; the iris adjusts the light, and the ciliary's muscle focuses on the object. 

In short, poor eyesight, according to actual experience, can correct by strengthening the eye muscles through eye exercises, good reading habits, proper nutrition, and overall improvement of health.

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