Eye Exercises for People with Different Prescriptions for Each Eye

Eye exercises are a natural remedy for anyone suffering from poor vision. There are wide arrays of exercises that can be performed, all able to aid certain eye or vision conditions. A major use for eye exercises is to improve the vision of someone who suffers from different vision capabilities of each eye.

In these cases, it can be quite expensive to obtain glasses and contact lenses. But, with the proper eye exercises and eye vitamins, you can eliminate the need for these corrective items, and finally have the vision you have always wanted!

Are Eye Exercises for You?

Eye exercises are effective treatment methods for anyone suffering from nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism or presbyopia. While eye exercises cannot aid problems such as eye muscle spasms or paralysis of the eye muscle, they can be extremely effective for correcting many vision problems, including those who have a different prescription for each eye.

Eye Exercises for People with Different Prescriptions for Each EyeEye exercises can be extremely helpful in improving vision of someone who has one “good” eye and one “bad” eye, or two bad eyes that require different strengths of prescriptions. In many cases, concentrated exercises are the most effective manner.

These are done by covering one eye with a patch in order to exercise the other and bring it to the vision quality so that your eyes have equal prescriptions. Once that is achieved, you can then begin exercising both eyes to improve your vision further and in some cases eliminate the need for corrective lenses altogether.

The eye exercises that are prescribed are typically specific to the particular patients, depending on current conditions, as well as the patient’s age. These factors will determine what will work to improve your vision, based on how poor it is and the factors that have created your poor vision in the first place.

Types of Eye Exercises

There are many different exercises that can be used to improve your vision. The following have been proven to help individuals who have different prescriptions for each eye.

Exercise: The Dot Exercise

To complete this exercise you simply need to find a dot or comma on the computer screen or printed book and focus on it. Try to make it as clear as possible. You should continue staring at the dot or comma until it is completely in focus. It should become less blurry after only a few seconds of focusing. Try covering one eye and focusing with only one eye at a time. This will help to strengthen the eyes individually. It is a good idea to start with the eye that has the poorer vision, and then continue to do the exercises with both eyes.

Once the comma or period is in focus you should relax them by closing them for only a few seconds. Then open your eye, or eyes and look at the same comma or period, however do not strain. Do not try to stare directly at the dot, but instead have your eyes move above or below the spot.

Your eyes should be moving at this point, which means that you do not need to focus directly on the period. Then, blink your eyes for a second or two. After blinking, try to view the period in your mind and then open your eyes and look at it again. Your eyes should be relaxed and when you look at the dot again, it will be much easier to see.

Exercise: The Double Vision Exercise

This is an exercise that will help your eyes work better together, as a team. In most cases, you will use one eye to focus on what you are looking at and the other will do what it wants. You may squint in order to bring the object into focus with both of your eyes; however, squinting will put unnecessary strain and stress on your eyes.

Instead of squinting, let your eyes relax and then focus on the object in a calm manner, and they can focus together. This will reduce strain, help your eyes work as a team and improve your vision in each eye.

Some other common exercises you can use to help your eyes and vision include:

  • Cover one of your eyes with your hand and look at various objects for a short period of time (30 seconds to one minute) instead of staring at only one object.
  • Focus on one object and then have your eyes follow a pattern around the object in order to build your vision muscles.
  • Make your hands warm by rubbing them vigorously and then cup your warm hands over your closed eyes.
  • Move your eyes at the same time in small circles. Imagine your finger moving in a circle in front of your eyes and follow the finger with your eyes.

What is Involved in Eye Exercises?

In many cases, eye exercises will be used for physical therapy for both the brain as well as your eyes. When you use these exercises it will help to strengthen your eye muscles and improve your vision.There are many exercises that can be performed with no additional equipment, making it a completely free method to improve your vision.

If you are seeking more methods of improving your vision, consider the Ocu-Plus Formula eye vitamin, which contains the essential nutrients, vitamins, and minerals your eyes need.

The fact is that many people undergo invasive surgery to correct their vision problems, when it is not necessary. In fact, you can easily and naturally improve your vision with a daily vitamin and the eye exercises listed here. When you consistently use these exercises over a period of time you will see a substantial difference in your eyesight and in some cases be able to get rid of your glasses or contacts for good.

About the Author

Tyler Sorensen is the President and CEO of Rebuild Your Vision. Formerly, Tyler studied Aeronautics with the dreams of becoming an airline pilot, however, after 9/11 his career path changed. After graduating top of his class with a Bachelor of Science degree in Informational Technologies and Administrative Management, he and his brother decided to start Rebuild Your Vision in 2002. With the guidance of many eye care professionals, including Behavioral Optometrists, Optometrists (O.D.), and Ophthalmologists (Eye M.D.), Tyler has spent over a decade studying the inner workings of the eye and conducting research.

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10 responses to “Eye Exercises for People with Different Prescriptions for Each Eye”

  1. Tina says:

    What are the exercises to cure red watery eyes??

  2. Jack J Chu says:

    Thank you

  3. Chana says:

    What are the best exercises when 1 eye is short sighted and the other longsighted?

  4. Ruston Shaw says:

    I have a lazy eye.

    Will I be able to perform the eye exercises ?

  5. Jenny says:

    I have a combination of myopia and cylindrical power,though small (-0.5) in both the eyes. Also, the spherical power of both eyes are a little different.
    Right : -3.25, cylindrical -0.5
    Left : -3.5 ,cylindrical -0.5

    Can the this help me? I am 25

  6. Spencer Sabatta says:

    Hi folks – I used to be able to afford the Ultimate Vision (Rebuild Your Vision Ocu-Plus) supplement… South Africa, is falling behind, as is evident in that the Rand / dollar ratio – is starting to “sky rocket”…

    This means that instead of items costing maybe 2 to 3 times what they were – in SA now – its over 10 times the value…

    So a small bottle of Ultimate Vision Supplement – now costs – 10 x – what it cost before.,…!!

    This is a great blow to me, as I used to get those brilliant tabs – all the time…

    I am not asking that I get FREE bottles of tablets.. I just commenting on the fact that I used them, and they worked… !!!!

    Now that I cannot get them – I know my eyes are not performing as good as they were…

    Thanks Tyler .. for what you doing for the world, that’s interested…

    Compliments of the Season to you and your staff..

    bye bye

  7. shivanshi says:

    i am of age 15 and i don’t want to wear eye glasses . because in that i look like a yaw or just bad looking girl, a foolish.
    right eye= -4.00 , cylindrical = -1.00
    left eye= -4.00 , cylindrical= -0.50
    i will try this . may be it can help me. Thanx….

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