Nearsightedness (Myopia) Is Not a Life Sentence – Get Your Vision Back in Natural Ways

It is commonly believed that nearsightedness (myopia) is caused by over working our eyes at near distance objects for a lengthy period, such as reading, writing, stitching, working on the computer. By over doing our eyes in the above manner, the eye muscles are forced to contract for a long period of time. In order to focus up close on these tasks, the eye muscles must contract for a length of time. Over time, the eyeball is slightly longer and flatter than the lens requires. As a result, light entering a myopic eye converges just before the retina (where the image is formed) and the resulting vision is blurred and out of focus.

Research shows that nearsightedness may not be determined by genetic factors alone, but habit, life style and the environment may also play a significant role.

Optometrists traditionally treat nearsightedness, with glasses or contact lenses, which do not cure the eye impairment, on the contrary it has been known that they may worsen the problem.

In the hands of a laser eye surgeon, patients are usually offered to undergo eye surgery which has its own risk and is very expensive.

The good news is there are better and effective options to treat nearsightedness and give you the chance to put away your glasses for good and have a carefree life. Your eyes are too beautiful to be hidden behind thick glasses. With this method you do not need to spend thousands of dollars to undergo surgery treatment.

Modern treatment of nearsightedness now include a method of reducing near-point stress. The most important thing is not to wear distance glasses for reading, because these usually increase near-point stress and make the myopia worse. This method is widely known helping thousand pair of eyes to regain normal condition.

Low Myopia

If you're developing myopia at early stage, it may be possible to return to normal or near-normal vision quite easily. We suggest you do not wear corrective lenses or wear them as little as possible, provided its safe to do so. Exercise daily as recommended to increase your natural focusing power.

Medium to High Myopia

Practice eye exercises to trigger the brain's ability to control eye alignment, eye tracking and eye teaming, eye abilities, eye movements and visual processing. Master them well to acquire new vision skill. After that you will need you will need other visual program to strengthen you vision permanently.

Of course, the amount of improvement varies from person to person but the important thing is that your vision will get better gradually instead of steadily getting worse. And when you feel the new power in your eyes and see your world becoming clearer, you'll never want to go back to your glasses.

Here are basic exercises to help to improve nearsightedness:

Palming:

Cover you eyes (no pressure on the eyes), place your fingertips at hairline and put your fingers overlapped. Your elbows should rest on table or pillows placed on your lap. Close your eyes, relax and let your mind go as far as possible and keep breathing.

Swinging:

Rotate your body from left to right and back, turn on your waist. Eyes, torso and head move together. Do not look at anything as you swing; concentrate your movement only.

Sunning:

Go outside and enjoy the sun in the morning or late afternoon. Close your eyes and relax. Let the sun shine onto your lids then sway back and fort. Do not look directly at the sun.

Allow the warmth of the sun to penetrate deeply into your eyes and forehead. Keep breathing.

By following the above steps, you are in the process of improving your nearsightedness. Practice them everyday, and complete the process with other useful therapy and, you will gradually need to use weaker set of lenses.