Lazy eye, or in other words known as amblyopic is an eye disorder that develops in early childhood. People suffering from Lazy eye, go through the inability of either eyes or both eyes to transmit images to the brain slowly. In some severe cases, this process of transmitting images to the brain is much slower. Lazy is not a disease. It cannot be easily treated by using lens or glasses. But if you apply these exercises on the Lazy eye, this disorder can be improved. Here we will offer you some helpful suggestion on Lazy eye exercises that can serve to improve the vision for a Lazy eye. These exercises will increase depth perception of the eye and maintain and develop normal vision for the eye.
A very helpful lazy eye exercise can be focusing. This exercise involves a quick shifting focus when the eye is looking from near to far. It can be applied by reading some words or figures from a paper in your hand, whilst reading them again from a piece of paper hung on the wall. This tends to improve the eye focusing ability.
Another very important Lazy eye exercise is Eye Patching. For this, the good eye, the one which is not affected by amblyopic should be covered by an eye patch. This way the Lazy eye will be forced to work harder and improve the vision by coordinating with the brain. This exercise needs a little practice at the start, as it will be hard to wear an eye patch at once on the normal eye. So for that, the good eye should be covered with the hand for 30 seconds a few times every day.
Other lazy eye exercise should be followed by wearing an eye patch to the good eye. For instance, Rolling is another of very useful one. It requires the person suffering from this disorder to roll the weak eye in so that its muscles work strongly. Tracking is another also good for the weak eye. For this, the weak eye should trace objects and its outlines. This Lazy eye exercise tends to combine peripheral and central vision together.