But before you pick up the phone to make those appointments, you need to read this first.
Did you know that it’s possible to improve your vision, naturally?
That’s right, no invasive surgery and no uncomfortable (ugly!) glasses or contacts!
Countless people have used my secrets to improve their eyesight and they’ve been absolutely thrilled with the results. My simple, effective eye exercises work…
Which means you’ll avoid costly surgery and the inconvenience of glasses and contact lenses.
The Road To Better Vision Begins Here…
The eye exercises that I’m sharing with you here are designed to improve vision naturally and will specifically help you relieve the symptoms of astigmatism.
Both these exercises work out the eye muscles and help to release tension.
These exercises are also a great way to prepare your eyes for any other eye exercises you plan to perform to improve your vision.
1. Sit comfortably on a chair. Look straight ahead.
2. Place your thumb in front of your nose, approximately 7 inches away — your thumbnail must be aligned with the tip of your nose. (Don’t worry if you are unable to see your thumbnail very clearly without your glasses or contacts.)
3. Imagine your face is a clock with 12 o’clock on your forehead, 6 o’clock on your chin, 3 and 9 o’clock on your cheeks.
4. Focus your eyes on your thumbnail. Start moving your thumb (either to the right or left) very slowly up towards your forehead at 12 o’clock and follow its movement with your eyes. Go as far as you can go while still being able to see your thumbnail.
When your thumbnail reaches the 12 o’clock position, start moving it very slowly down until it is again aligned with the tip of your nose.
5. Next, start moving your thumb to the right, towards 1 o’clock. Go as far as you can see your thumbnail and then move it back slowly to its initial position.
6. Do the same with 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 o’clock (towards the right side of your face) and then take a short break.
7. Repeat the same for 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 o’clock (towards the left side of your face).
Remember to do this exercise slowly.
This exercise is a follow-up to Exercise #1 and is suitable for you if you have astigmatism in just one eye or if the axis of astigmatism is different in each eye.
If you’d like to figure out which eye muscles hold the most tension, you should keep track of which part of Exercise #1 was most difficult for you.
1. Do steps 1, 2 and 3 of the previous eye exercise.
2. Focus your eyes on your thumbnail and start moving it in the most challenging direction. For example, you may find it more difficult to move your eyes between 2 and 8 o’clock compared to the rest of the movements. In that case, follow your thumb with your eyes while moving it towards 2 o’clock, move it back in front of your nose and after that — towards 8 o’clock and back.
3. Repeat the same in the opposite direction (11 and 5 o’clock).
4. Finally, close your eyes. Now imagine your thumb in front of your nose and repeat steps 2 and 3 with your eyes closed.
Once you’ve noticed the improvement in your vision, you’ll realize — as I did — that improving your eyesight has nothing to do with seeing an eye surgeon or paying for costly eye surgery, glasses and contact lenses!
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About the Author:
Kristy White is dedicated to working with people to show them how easy it is to fix poor eyesight with a little exercise and healthy eating.
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