January 17th, 2012
There are many websites and resources available online. There are many sites where you can take advantage of online eye exercises in order to improve you or your child’s vision in unique, fun, and creative ways. Many of these online eye exercises are formatted to be games or fun activities so that it hardly feels as if you or your child is engaged in an activity which will cause stress or strain. There are many different vision problems which online eye exercises can help with, and there is no shortage of ways these exercises can be used to help.
One common eyesight problem is a problem with perception. There are many online eye exercises to help a person with perception problems. There are games and test which improve discrimination perception skills. Also visual memory enhancers exist in game form. There are figure ground exercises. There are also activities which held with visual closure and form constancy. These are all geared towards enhancing your perception.
January 15th, 2012
As we age, our eye muscles weaken and as a result we’ll have blurred vision and increased chances of blindness. Genetics is also a factor in whether we’re at risk for poor vision or not because if many of our relatives suffered from eye disorders, there’s a chance we’ll struggle with the same thing. One thing you should do is visit your ophthalmologist every few months to detect any possible eye problems which may cause blindness or poor vision. The ophthalmologist will examine your eyes for signs of glaucoma and he’ll suggest practical ways you can care for your eyes. But in between your visits, there are ways you can reduce bad eyesight with natural methods that don’t involve eye drops or surgery.
You want avoid long hours in front of the computer and television because this causes eyestrain and could lead to eye disorders such as macular degeneration and glaucoma as you get older. If you do a lot of work from your computer, take a break for a few hours and do other things or look around the room for a few minutes if you can’t take a break. When you’re out in the sun wear sunglasses and choose sunglasses that have UV protection from the sun and that are tinted. Also try not to face the sun directly when you look up while outside.
January 13th, 2012
A lazy eye can be a difficult medical condition to live with in daily life. It hinders your ability to see your world clearly and in focus. These lazy eye exercises will not only help you see better, but they will strengthen your lazy eye and have a positive long term effect which will help you focus and overcome this condition.
There are several lazy eye exercises you can perform in order to help you start to see more clearly. Since these exercises are a medical treatment, you should consult with your optometrist before undergoing any exercises and find out which lazy eye exercises are ideal for your particular condition.
A regular lazy eye exercise regimen has many distinct advantages. You will soon see the benefits of incorporating them into your daily routine. One of the major positive effects of these lazy eye exercises is the fact that they strengthen the muscles within your eye. This means your lazy eye will build the support it need medically and become less and less noticeable over time. Another advantage is they increase the brain to eye connection so that your vision will improve and you gain more eyesight as you continue these lazy eye exercises.
January 11th, 2012
Hand eye coordination is extremely important for several reasons. Hand eye coordination involves using the eyes to lead and direct the movement of the hands. It is necessary for many careers, including sports and secretarial work. It is also essential for safe driving. Hand eye coordination is developed in young children, but sometimes difficulties arise. These problems can be improved with the use of hand eye coordination exercises.
Hand eye coordination exercises are not just for children or for those that have difficulties. The exercises can benefit everyone by strengthening their reactions to sudden movements. This is helpful in even the simplest situations, such as walking down the street. Good hand eye coordination will help prevent you from stumbling or falling and injuring yourself.
January 9th, 2012
Would you believe that people just like you have been doing eye correction exercises since the 1920s? It’s true and these same eye correction exercises can be used today to accomplish the same thing. Have you been walking around with no eye insurance because you just simply can’t afford it? Have you been meaning to go to the eye doctor but just don’t have time? Don’t worry, because many people procrastinate about going to the eye doctor for the same reasons. Some people are even worried that they might find out the worst about their eye health.
It’s ok, because now that you know that there are eye exercises that you can do to correct your vision issues, you can begin on them immediately. Many of the problems that occur with a person’s vision are due to focusing to hard on some things. Maybe you spend a lot of hours on the computer focusing on school work. Maybe you spend a lot of time reading paperwork or maybe you spend a lot of time focusing on other things. Whatever it is, it can cause some serious damage to your eyesight on down the road.
January 7th, 2012
Do you have poor vision and either can’t afford the insurance to obtain glasses or prefer not to spend money on them at all, you may very well benefit from a Bates eye exercise. This type of exercise is specifically for fixing poor vision problems in individuals without needing to spend all your money on eye care visits. There are actually several Bates exercises that you can do to correct your poor vision, and although these exercises were invented in the early 1900s, they are still just as effective today.
One of the exercises that Bates came up with was called color focusing. It’s easy to do and can be done throughout your day without it being an interruption to your regular tasks. When you wake up in the morning, choose a color that you’d like to focus on for the day. Afterwards, as you move along in your day try to point out or recognize objects of that color. Don’t worry about the shape of the object or even what it is. The object of the game is that you put your attention solely on the color. Do this every day, but with different colors.
This has been known to improve your vision significantly. Another common way to relax your eyes is through sunning and palming. While both of these exercises can be done alone, they provide better results when you do them together. First, you need to do sunning. This is where you sit in front of a table lamp with the light facing your face and your eyes closed. You’d turn your head from side to side as you imagine gazing at a point off in the far horizon. Doing this for about 3 minutes should relax your eyes and prepare them for palming.
January 5th, 2012
Lazy eye or “amblyopia” is the most common cause of vision trouble for persons under the age of forty. This condition can be corrected with simple daily activities that can be done in a way that are lazy eye exercises as well. Correcting the lazy eye is done by strengthening the muscles and the brain connection of those muscles through lazy eye exercises. Don’t begin exercises without the advice and consent of your eye doctor to ensure these actions will benefit your specific condition.
Most commonly used treatment for lazy eye is an eye patch. The eye patch is place over a person’s good eye and forced the lazy eye to work harder hence strengthening those muscles. Just like lifting weights can strengthen your arm muscles. The human eye has many muscles that need strengthening and conditioning in order to work well. The visual challenge that the patch produces also forces the brain to work harder in conjunction with the muscles increasing the function of the brain to eye connection. While wearing the eye patch performing a few exercises like rolling the weak eye, focusing on an object held in front of the eye and moving the object back and forth slowly forcing the lazy eye to focus on the object.
January 3rd, 2012
Eye doctors recommend that you do an eye crunch because when you’re actively using your eye muscles, you’re reducing your chances of myopia (nearsightedness) and eyestrain, which especially occurs among those who spend hours working in front of the computer or watching television. Dr. William Bates, an ophthalmologist, developed the earliest eye exercises in 1900 and he authored the book Perfect Sight Without Glass in 1920. Other benefits of doing an eye crunch include blood circulation to the eyes, reduction of eye tension and a reduction in the risk of age-related macular degeneration. Finally, the eye crunch repairs a lazy eye, which occurs when some of your eye muscles weaken.
One eye crunch to try is to read from an eye chart that you can purchase from a medical supplies store. Paste the eye chart on a wall that’s a few inches away from you then glance up at it every few minutes. Another idea is to put your hand over one of your eyes then try to read some of the letters on the chart. Do the same eye crunch with your other eye and repeat this for a few weeks.
January 1st, 2012
According to a recent article in Reader’s Digest, 50,000 people lose their eyesight every year and 80 million Americans are at risk of eye diseases that cause low vision and blindness. While you can take prescriptions and get surgeries to improve your vision, you should develop healthy eating habits if you want to improve your vision permanently. You should eat a balanced diet when you’re young because right now you still have good vision and as you age your chances of low vision and blindness increase. But if you eat the right foods, you decrease your risk of eye disease and you’re better able to see the things and people you love the most for years to come.
December 30th, 2011
Hand-eye coordination is the ability to use your eyes to guide your physical activity, and this is an essential skill for both children and adults. However, many people struggle with this skill so the best way to improve your hand-eye coordination skills is to do some hand-eye coordination exercises. You can find ideas for hand-eye coordination activities on the Internet, in children’s magazines, health magazines and in some physical therapy journals. Your physical therapist can also give you ideas on how you can improve your hand-eye coordination skills.
One good hand-eye exercise is video games. When you play video games, you’ll need hand-eye coordination because you’re always looking out for your opponent’s strategies and where his next target is. You’re also trying to strategize your next moves based on what you see in the games. This is a fun activity you can do with family and friends. Jigsaw puzzles are also good hand-eye coordination exercises. Start with a puzzle that has less than ten pieces then work your way up to more challenging puzzles. If you have little ones at home give them some LEGO building blocks and let them have fun with these because this teaches them good hand-eye coordination.