Yoga For the Eyes – Maintain the Health of Your Eyes

October 7, 2009


Do you spend a lot of your time staring at that computer screen during work? If this is true, then we are sure you realize just how tiring and draining that can be for your eyes as well as your entire body. For those of you that would like to maintain the health of your eyes, we highly recommend looking into yoga for the eyes. Yes, there is a such thing as eye yoga for vision therapy and it is just starting to become popular today.

When you are doing this, you will need to relax and remove everything from your mind. Basically, it is like any other form of yoga, except you are using your eyes and concentrating on them. Through this form of yoga, you will be improving your visual concentration.

In order to improve that visual concentration, you will need to strengthen it. Find a comfortable place where you can sit with your neck and back straight, but it should not be stiff. Hold your posture for a couple of minutes, then increase that gradually.

Concentrate on gazing at the tip of your nose. During this time, you should not blink. Stay like this for as long as you possibly can. When you’re done, close your eyes and relax. After words check for flashes of time where you see clearly. This is something that happens when you are making progress.

Concentrate on that third eye. While you are doing this, you should not blink. For those of you that do not know, the third eye is that area that is above your nose between your eyebrows. When you have concentrated on it, close your eyes and relax. At first, it may seem hard to do or uncomfortable, but you should not let yourself get frustrated.

You see, there are many forms of yoga for eye exercises to improve vision that you can do. Nearly every single one of them involves the individual concentrating and getting rid of all the stress. When you do this, you will be maintaining the health of your eyes.

William B. B. is a pen name created to explore the world of natural vision improvement.

*Disclaimer: Please be advised that this article is for information and entertainment purposes only. It does not intend to advise on, treat, or diagnose any health condition including, but not limited to, vision problems. If you have or think you might have a vision problem, please visit your doctor for advice, diagnosis and treatment.

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