Eyerobics: Exercises for Your Eyes

The Eyerobics program is a program of eye exercises based on the Bates Method. The eye exercises are designed to address most common eye disorders by improving the function of your eye muscles and at the same time relaxing them. Improving your eye muscles enables your eyes to focus properly as your ability to focus is controlled by your eye muscles. The exercises are supposed to help with: Astigmatism Glaucoma Lazy Eye (Amblyopia) Far-Sightedness (Hyperopia) Short-Sightedness (Myopia) Old Age Sight (Presbyopia) Turned/Wandering Eye (Strabismus or Squint) From: www.eyerobics.com.au **Personal Note** I’ve been doing these exercises myself and have stopped wearing glasses many months ago. I was only slightly nearsighted so it wasn’t difficult for me to abandon glasses altogether shortly after starting this. Although, I’m not sure this will drastically improve the vision of those with more severe eye problems. I can only say try them out yourself. Also, make sure you do some research on Bates (en.wikipedia.org as criticism of these manual methods do exist, although I imagine this largely has to do with our society’s tendency to prefer quick fixes to deal with symptoms (like glasses) rather than provide legitimate long-term solutions that are both natural and FREE. Theoretically, it all makes sense but I suggest you try it out for yourself for a few weeks to see if there’s any improvement. I must note that it’s rather odd there’s backlash from some people in the vision <b>…</b>

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