Mainly my daughter done
1 watching sun rise(To "sun", simply close her eyelid 10 min while facing the early morning sun )
2.watching pendulum(any object moving like a swing)
3. candle light (watching candle light 10 min in dark room)
4. palming (after doing every eye exercise she done palming to relax eyes)
5.swing ing( moving the eyes back and forth like watching a swing)
6.moving eyes clock wise and anti clock wise.
7. moving eyes like watching shape “8”
8. Close your eyes as tight as possible, for around 5 seconds. Open them, and close them again.
• Hold a pencil, with the tip facing up, at arm's length in front of your face. Focus your eyes on the tip of the pencil.
• Step 2
Bring the pencil toward your nose slowly. Continue to focus on the pencil tip.
• Step 3
Note when instead of seeing one pencil, you see two pencils. Hold the pencil still and focus on it for 10 seconds.
• Step 4
Move the pencil slowly back to its original position.
• Step 5
Repeat the process for 1 minute.
• Step 6
Take a 1-minute break to rest your eyes.
* she didn’t wear glasses when she doing these exercises and she done every day one hour morning and one hour evening.
If you want more information let me know.
Thank you I have printed that out ,its good to know and pass along ...I had heard of the one where you look at an object far way then at one close up..I expect exercises like these will do fo any age group...
Just i want to share this message can anyone help me the best answers.
My daughter has 4 years old. after one year onwards she s having eye power minus 4 now power has increased minus 7 for both eyes. How to reduce the eye power without wearing glass. Please give me best solution to my daughter. She is not wearing glass also.
Hi Anita, my daughter has recently been detected with myopia. I came across your informative response here and I am getting her to do the eye exercises listed by you. May I get your email ID for further information? Mine is ***@****. It will be good if you kindly drop a mail.
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