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Caroline

Are there eye exercises to improve presbyopia?

Are there any good eye exercises that can help people with presbyopia? Ask some suggestions because i really want to get rid of my reading glasses?
11/29/2012
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  • cody88

    If you do the healthy eye exercise to improve the eye muscles work, you may help the presbyopia which is the eye disease caused by the old age. If you are getting old, you may easily get the presbyopia. You could keep the good habit of diet. In addition, you should have the presbyopia eyeglasses to have the right sight.
    11/29/2012
  • Desiree

    Well, so sorry to hear that you have got presbyopia, which is quite troublesome, because it would bring a lot of inconvenience to our daily work and life. Anyway, if you got presbyopia, what you need to do is to get a pair of prescription glasses under the doctor's directions. Also, you need to look at some distant objects so as to relax your eyes from time to time. What's more, you need more time to rest your eyes, and get your eyes some massage.
    11/30/2012
  • Joseph campbell

    Firstly, you can cross your eyes and focus on the tip of your nose, and looking at a far-off object and focusing on it. You should repeat this process with your breathing, that is to say, you should look at your nose when you inhale and the far-off object as you exhale. Or you can take a 20-20-20 eye exercise if you spend a lot of time on computer or focus on close-up details to reduce eyestrain. That is to say, you should take a break after 20 minutes, and look a 2 feet far away object for 20 seconds. On the other side, you can help manage early presbyopia by building muscle strength. You can be trained to look at a moving object, that is to say, you should alternatively focus your vision from an outside target to the center, rolling your eyes, slow and fast blinking, squeezing the eyelids shut, looking at the end of your nose.
    12/03/2012
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