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Jonathan griffin

Why doing exercises can slow vision declining?

The doctor always suggests patients to do eye exercise to prevent vision from getting worse, but why doing exercises can slow vision declining?
05/22/2012
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  • c_wilde

    Vision problem is often caused by the eye muscle stiffness and cramps. Doing eye exercises regularly can keep the eye muscles active and strong because we always stretch the muscles around the eyes during eye exercises. Stretching is the right way to maintain the eye muscles active. Therefore, doing eye exercises can slow vision declining.
    05/22/2012
  • Erin jackson

    Maintaining eye exercises every day can help keep the eye muscles active and capable. In fact, vision loss results from the stiffening of capillary muscles in the eyes. It is quite necessary to prevent eye muscle stiffness and cramps. Experts say that stretching is the right way to perform this task. Stretching can help maintain the eyes' normal functions by enabling them to move normally. In this way, vision declining caused by body aging can be slowed down.
    05/22/2012
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