yoga exercise For Improve Your Eyesight

Yoga has the solution for every problem which is related to body and mind. In our computer problem eyesight is the major problem. Generally doctors will suggest glasses for this problem. Glasses can’t cure this problem permanently and powerful glasses may worsen the problem some times.

As eyes is the most important part of our body. Keeping them safe is our duty. Yoga exercises can cure short-sightedness, long-sightedness and other visual disorders. Few months of yoga can completely reduce your eye problems.

We have listed some of the yoga exercises which will improve your eye sight. Before going for the exercises you have to keep in mind these two points.

  1. Splash your eyes with cold water before you start the exercise.
  2. Your spin and head should be straight while doing these exercises.

Try these exercises to improve your eyesight.

Palming

  1. First sit straight and close your eyes. Take a deep breath. You can assume Sukhasana or Vajrasana if you are comfortable.
  2. Now rub your palms to make them warm. Then place these warm palms on your eyelids.
  3. Feel the warmth which is transmitting from palms to eyes. This heat can relax your muscles and helps you in soothing darkness.
  4. Be in this position until your palms gets cool.
  5. Now you can remove your palms from your lips. But keep your eyes in closed position.

Do this 3 times in every single sitting for better results.

Blinking

  1. First sit in a meditative position (consider Padmasana if you are comfortable). Keep your eyes in open position.
  2. Now start blinking your eyes. Blink quickly. Keep the blinking count as 10.
  3. Now close your eyes and relax. While you are doing this concentrate on your breathe for about 20 seconds.
  4. Do this 5 times in every single sitting for better results.

Gazing From Side To Side

  1. For this sit in Dandasana bys stretching your legs in front of your body.
  2. Now lift your arms up and then close your fist and point your thumb towards up.
  3. Now set your gaze at a point straight in front of you at your eye level.
  4. Keep your head in fixed position.
  5. Your focus must shift as follows:
  • The space between the eyebrows. Inhale.
  • The left thumb. Exhale.
  • The space between the eyebrows. Inhale.
  • The right thumb. Exhale.

Do this 15 to 20 times and then close your eyes and relax.

Near and Distant Viewing

  1. For this you can sit or stand by your window. Now place your hands by your side. Concentrate at a focal point for 5 to 10 seconds then exhale.
  2. Now, focus on the tip of your nose for 5 to 10 seconds then inhale.

Do this at least 10 to 15 times.

Gazing At The Tip Of Your Nose

  1. For this assume the Sukhasana or the Padmasana.
  2. Now lift your arm such that it is in front of your nose.
  3. Now fist your right palm and keep your thumb pointing towards up.
  4. Focus your eyes on the thumb and exhale.
  5. Now bend your arm to keep your thumb at the tip of your nose. Your gaze should follow the movement of the thumb.
  6. Hold the gaze at the tip of the nose for a few seconds and then inhale.
  7. As you continue to leave your gaze on the thumb, straighten your arms and exhale.
  8. Do this 5 times in every sitting.

After completing all the asanas, lie down in the Shavasana for 10 minutes and relax. And then breath slowly and deeply.

 

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