Vision Website Offers Free Eye Exercises As Alternative
There’s no doubt that poor vision can adversely impact your quality of life — economically and socially.
Vision exams, corrective glasses, contract lenses and eye operations can run you thousands of dollars and don’t necessarily solve your eyesight issues for the long haul.
But there are natural and holistic ways to protect and maintain good eyesight without spending a mint.
That is why NaturallyImproveEyesight.com is providing free eyesight exercises to help site visitors enhance their vision and prevent sight problems in natural and holistic ways as opposed to depending on traditional methods available through optometrists that are less preventative in nature.
Even for those who have bad vision, a few exercises on a daily basis though hardly a panacea can go a long way toward improving visual acuity.
“Obviously, not all vision disorders may be fixed naturally; however, some of the most typical visual acuity refractive errors like nearsightedness might be helped with something as straightforward as a vision exercise and relaxation program,” said Kristy White, founder of NaturallyImproveYourEyesight.Com and author of the book Improve Your Vision Naturally, in a press release. “Then again medical experts put little importance on how somebody could fix their vision naturally, and on the importance of eating habits and lifestyle as supporting mechanisms to vision health and eyesight problems prevention.”
By providing free eye exercises, the website wants to raise awareness about vision issues and how people can get the most out of their eyesight.
But just how useful is exercise for your eyes? Your eye is a muscle so it stands to reason that the more you exercise it the better it’ll perform. White notes that consumer ignorance is frequently bliss for businesses wanting to cash in on their lack of knowledge.
“Businesses cash in on people’s lack of knowledge by claiming that vision defects can only be treated with costly correction eyewear and risky eye surgeries. It’s a great deal more suitable to claim natural vision correction as ineffective instead of agreeing that these therapies have merit in preserving, protecting and even augmenting one’s eyesight,” White observed.
But just how effective are these more natural and holistic alternatives?
White’s website contends the following:
1. That vision ailments such as myopia and astigmatism aren’t completely genetic and can be caused by environmental as well as lifestyle factors. They can also be alleviated to some extent by relaxation and eye exercises.
2. That age-related eye conditions such as macular degeneration and cataracts can be treated through healthier eating.
3. That even some eye doctors suggest that visual exercises can enhance eyesight.
With healthier living and eating, the website maintains, people can keep eye woes at bay.
For more information, see naturallyimproveeyesight.com.