Your Eyes Are Important, So Keep Them Healthy

 

Reprint of an article by Sean Lim from the Article Codex website, articlecodex.com

 

Introduction by Dr. Don Rose, Writer, Life Alert

 

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Eye exercise, essential? Exactly. In order to maintain your eyesight, or even improve it, exercising the eye muscles is key. See the excellent eye exercise tip below. --Don Rose

 

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We all understand how essential it is to keep ourselves fit by doing activities such as going to the gymnasium, running, and swimming. But did you realize that you can work out your eyes too? While vision exercise won't improve your sight 100%, it will ensure your eyes stay strong and reduce strain on the eyes.

It doesn't have to be really complicated. Try this relatively simple exercise:


Hold up a pen before your eyes and focus on the tip of it. While still focusing, draw it towards yourself until just before you lose focus. Then immediately see out your door or house and focus as far as you can, like the clouds or the buildings.

This is good for strengthening your eye muscles.

Such a workout if done regularly can help maintain healthy eyes – and with a proper eye exercise training program, you can even improve your vision naturally.

 

About Sean Lim

 

Sean Lim has conducted intensive research on topics such as eye care and skin care. Kindly visit his sites about how to Enhance Your Eyesight and what you should know about Different People with Different Skin Types.

 


 

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