Video: ❶ Yoga For Sight
The world around us, with its inherent variety and splendor of colors and shapes, is accessible to humans through the presence of such body functions as vision. However, over time, the perception of what surrounds us may decrease somewhat. The reason for this may be various factors that contribute to a decrease in the level of vision: an unfavorable environment, heavy loads, inability (or unwillingness) to give tired eyes a rest in time. Few people know that yoga for vision can be of significant help in keeping your sense of vision up to the mark. Location: Location:
It is believed that yoga classes to improve the quality of the body's visual function can be started at any age. At the same time, in the intervals between exercises, it is necessary to follow the general recommendations given by yoga experts.
These include: the ability to relax (a tense human body contributes to reduced vision), maintaining a healthy lifestyle, respect for the eyes (for example, spending as little time as possible near the computer), and not wearing sunglasses. Wearing such glasses, oddly enough, does not protect the eyes from exposure to sunlight, but on the contrary, impairs vision due to lack of sunlight, which leads to "starvation" of the eyes. Well, and most importantly, it is an opportunity to give the eyes a rest, i.e. interrupt for a while from doing work, switching your attention to something else.
As a rule, all of the above tips apply to those people whose eyesight is at the proper level. For those who already have any problems, yoga for vision offers a whole range of exercises.
One of the most important ways to restore the quality of vision is to look at the sun for a while (from 1 to 10 minutes). However, this should be done either in the morning or in the evening, when the sun's rays are not too bright. In addition, gazing at the moon is considered extremely beneficial. The difference between these two methods is that observation of the sun is necessary every day, whereas the observation of the moon is sufficient only once a week.
In addition, yoga experts recommend performing a variety of daily gymnastic exercises that help improve visual function. Such exercises include eye rotation, focusing on an object, changing the focal length, and many others. The general principle is that during the production of all exercises the most comfortable position is adopted (many recommend the Lotus position). You also need to carefully monitor your breathing, it should be even. All a person's attention should be concentrated on the eyes.
Many yogis claim that a significant improvement in vision will become noticeable after six months of performing the exercises, if the generally accepted recommendations are followed. However, it is best to do this when there is still an opportunity to preserve what was given by nature. After all, it is much easier to prevent trouble than to subsequently look for solutions to the problem that has arisen.