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Our eyes consists of tiny muscles. These muscles play a role in changing the shape of our eyes. One of the purposes of this process involves the movement of our eyes in a series of directions. For instance, some eye muscles control side to side motion while others control up and down motion. These muscles play a role more importantly, in a process called accommodation: This is defined as the action of the six external muscles that act upon the eyeball. These give the eyes their ability to adjust and adapt so that we are able to see near and distant objects clearly. Due to the many years of stress and strain exerted upon these eye muscles, through excessive close up work, these muscles over a period of time weaken. They therefore lose their ability to change the shape of the eyes thereby causing negative changes in eyesight, requiring the use of glasses. As a result, the eyeball either becomes too long as in the case of nearsightedness or too short as in the case of farsightedness.
The efficiency of these eye muscles that are responsible for changing the shape of the eyes can be improved through the regular and diligent practice of simple to perform eye exercise techniques. This process leads to natural vision improvement that can lead to sharper, clearer, vision without glasses.
The main causes of bad eyesight are mental stress and the buildup of tension, stress and strain in the eye muscles. Eyesight worsens as a result of the absence of relaxation activities that are designed to sooth and relieve strain in the eyes. Our eyes function at optimal levels when they are in a relaxed state. Understandably, you would say that it is difficult to fit into your routine, relaxation techniques to improve eyesight naturally, especially in cases whereby you are surrounded by stressful situations at work. However, the truth is that finding activities that relax the eyes are much easier than you think.
Speaking of stress, emotional stress is one of the factors that contribute to eyesight problems and often we may look at things that annoy or irritate us. To solve this problem make an effort to focus on pleasant sights. For example, in a workplace situation you can place pictures and photographs of pleasant things and places around your work-desk. For example, place pictures of your favorite pets, animals or your favorite vacation destinations or whatever visual images that have a relaxing effect on you. Take time to take breaks and for a few seconds focus on these pleasant scenes especially in cases whereby you are feeling stressed or frustrated. Looking at pleasant scenes has a positive effect on the visual system, relaxing our eyes and releasing emotional stress and strain.
Another relaxation technique that you can perform is to close your eyes before going to sleep for 10-15 minutes and visualize positive things that happened to you throughout the day. For instance, if someone paid you a compliment relive that moment in your mind through visualization. In the process of doing so, try to think of as many pleasant things as possible. Think of people, places and things that bring joy, happiness, and serenity to you. These visualization techniques involve the use of positive emotions that relieve mental and emotional stress and strain. They sooth the visual system. Ultimately, these techniques lead to an improvement in eye health.