Eye Exercises Helps Relieve and Prevent Pseudo-myopia
February 28, 2012
Eye Exercises can help improve blood circulation of eye muscles, encourage metabolism, and protect the health of the eye. There are three types of eye exercises: observing training, overlooking training and looking around training.
Before doing eye exercises, preparations are also necessary. You need to exhale and inhale gently to maintain balanced breath. Relax yourself to adjust to the best condition. Let the eyes rest for a while to achieve the best state of relaxation.
1. Observing Training
Put one forefinger between the two eyes. Move the finger from far to near slowly until diplopia appears. Every three minutes can be counted as a stage, which can be repeated for multiple times.
2. Overlooking Training (Looking far)
Separate two feet naturally, the distance of with equals with the shoulder width, two hands naturally hang down and keep the head forward and still. Look into the distance to the maximum extent. Let the eyes do 180-degree horizontal overlooking exercise. Every three or four minutes can be counted as a stage, which can be repeated for multiple times.
3. Looking around Training
Separate two feet naturally, the distance of with equals with the shoulder width, two hands naturally hang down and keep the head forward and still. Let the eyeballs rotate in the orbital in a 360-degree clockwise direction and then rotate in a 360-degree counterclockwise direction, and so forth. Every three or four minutes is a stage.
Note: You may not get used to these eye exercises in the beginning, accompanied by nausea and dizziness symptoms, but if you continue to practice, there will be sound effects. By doing these eye exercises, the eyes’ muscles make regular movements, contractility of ciliary muscle had been increased, the flexibility of lens has also been restored and the eyes have stronger coordination. These three types of eye exercises help to relieve the symptoms of pseudo-myopia directly. As a result, it is strongly suggested that people with pseudo-myopia stick to these eye exercises.