An excellent vision exercise for nearsightedness, beneficial for relieving eye strain and vision discomfort caused by prolonged eye work, the Eye Compass Vision Exercise is also beneficial for those suffering from nearsightedness (myopia). It is an easy eye exercise that you can do whenever and wherever you want.
Here is how to perform this vision exercise for nearsightedness:
- Sit comfortably on a chair take a deep breath and relax.
- Rub the palms of your hands together until they warm up.
- Close your eyes and place the palms of your hands over the eyes. Press lightly over the eye sockets creating a uniform pressure on the area that encloses the eyes. You should not touch, neither press on the eyelids.
- Open your eyes.
- Slowly move your eyes to the left as far as you can go. Do not worry that it is dark and you can’t see anything.
- Slowly move your eyes to the right, as far as you can go.
- Continue to maintain the uniform pressure with the palms of your hands and slowly move your eyes up and down.
- Close your eyes for 10 seconds and repeat.
- Do the exercise four times.
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