Video: ❶ How To Train Your Eyesight
Vision training is a whole complex of preventive measures aimed at preserving, maintaining and protecting normal vision from various factors that have a negative effect on it. Location: Location: There are special exercises for training vision. It is best to perform them in the daytime outdoors or standing by the window. Fix your gaze on some object in the distance, and then turn your head to the right, return to the starting position and turn your head to the left. Make 10 turns in both directions.
Repeat each of the following exercises 5 times from a sitting position. Sit back in your chair, take a deep breath, lean forward and exhale. Close your eyes, close your eyes tightly and open your eyelids again. Look up and make a few circular movements with your eyes clockwise and then counterclockwise.
Another way to train your eyes is temperature exposure. To do this, take two cloth napkins and soak one of them in the hottest water possible, and the other in ice cold water. Apply a hot cloth to your eyes and leave it on for 2 minutes, then change to a cold one for about 30 seconds.
It is possible to normalize the blood supply to the visual organs with the help of a special breathing exercise. To do this, you need to take a deep breath and hold your breath, then bend your torso at the waist, and your legs at the knees, lower your head to the level of your heart and exhale.
The next way to exercise is through exposure to sunlight. It helps relax the eye muscles and stimulates the iris. To perform the exercise, cover your left eye with your palm, and with your right eye, look at the sun and start blinking intensively. Continue opening and closing the eyelid until discomfort arises. Repeat for the right eye, then cover both eyelids with your hands and let your eyes rest.
In order to achieve really good results through training, be sure to pay attention to your diet. Introduce foods that promote visual health. These include greens, carrots, apples, walnuts, seaweed, honey, and blueberries.