The Ugly Truth About Eye Exercises – What You Should and Shouldn’t Expect

You don't like wearing glasses or contacts... they are uncomfortable and often times, inconvenient. You have reservations about eye surgeries because of the relatively high costs and the possible risks and side effects that often go along with such surgeries.

Natural vision improvement is a real option... it's low-cost, doesn't have any known side effects or risks, and can allow you to no long be dependent on your glasses or contacts.

Do Eye Exercises and Natural Vision Improvement really work? There is a strong case for the effectiveness of using eye exercises to improve your eyesight.

But if you do decide to take the journey naturally regain your vision, what are you to expect?

What You Should Not Expect...

​You Should Not Expect to See Results If You Are Not Doing The Eye Exercises

Humans are lazy and like instant gratification – we like maximum results with minimum effort. Those of us who can’t see clearly without glasses would love to one day just snap our fingers and Boom!.. we have 20/20 vision. Unfortunately, there is no magic in natural vision improvement

You have to do actually DO the exercises… regularly (preferably everyday) and consistently to experience significant improvement in your eyesight.​

You Should Not Expect to Maintain the Improvement, If You Continue “Vision Deteriorating” Habits

​There are a number of things that we do on a regular, even daily, basis that contribute to the deterioration of our eyes. One of the largest contributors, for example, is frequent computer use – the long hours staring at the screen puts strain on your eyes. In fact, Computer Vision Syndrome affects about 75% of people that work on computers.

​If you are doing eye exercises, but you are using the computer frequently, then you need to take short breaks regularly… and follow the 10-10-10 rule, which recommends that every ten minutes, look away from the computer screen and stare at an object at least 10 feet away for about 10 minutes.

At the very minimum take a break at least once an hour for about 10 minutes… and blink frequently.

You Should Not Expect to Maintain The Improvement In Your Eyesight, If You Are Not Providing Your Eyes With The Right Nutrients

​If you want to build muscles, you’ll go to the gym and lift some weights. But you also will need to eat the proper foods, especially your intake of protein in order for you to see those muscles grow.

Well the same applies to eye exercises, you have to intake the proper nutrition in order to help your eye improve proper vision. So what foods promote good eye health?

Vitamins A, C and E and Lutein all assists in maintaining healthy eyesight. You can read more about nutrition and eye health here… And there are special vitamin supplements for your eyes.

… Oh, and drinking water frequently also helps!​

What You Should Expect...

​Expect That You Will Become Frustrated, Loose Motivation and Want To Give Up

Because of the instant gratification characteristic of humans, you are going to get impatient, perhaps because you think that you are not experiencing significant improvement fast enough. It is important that you remember something – more likely than not, it took years for your eyesight to deteriorate to the its present state; it is unfair that you would expect to reverse the process within mere days.

Eye exercises are a natural and therefore relatively slower vision improvement option… but far less risky, significantly less expensive and much healthier.

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