Natural Vision Restoration for Every Age

Natural Vision Restoration for Every Age

Natural Vision Restoration for Every Age

Here’s an interesting thought experiment for you: once you are done reading this article, spend the rest of the day taking note of just how often you rely on your vision to go about your daily life. Let’s be honest—this would probably get old after just five minutes because of how much we rely on our eyes! If you want to enjoy a full and active life, it’s important that you keep your vision in the best condition that you can. Ideally, we want to do this without resorting to corrective eyewear. Believe it or not, glasses and contact lenses can make your vision worse. They make your eyes dependent on them, so if possible you’ll want to stay away from them altogether and find natural vision restoration methods.

As you are probably already aware, our body starts to deteriorate as we get older. Our eyes are no different from the rest of our body. However, there are some things that we can do at any age to keep our eyes in the best condition possible.

Of course, you shouldn’t wait until you start to notice deterioration in your vision to act. Instead, this article will provide you with some helpful advice that everybody, regardless of their age, should follow today to keep your eyes in peak condition. Here are our tips for natural vision restoration at any age.

Vitamins and Minerals for Eyesight

Your body needs vitamins and minerals to keep it functioning well. There are some scientifically proven to help with your eyesight.

  • Vitamins A, C, and E are essential for healthy eyes. Moreover, zinc and copper are also an essential part of any diet for good eyesight.
  • Antioxidants like zeaxanthin and lutein can help protect your eyes from damage and give them the boost they need to repair and maintain themselves.
  • Foods that contain high levels of cysteine and lecithin can help prevent your eyes from getting cataracts.
  • Foods with anthocyanin have great anti-inflammatory properties that will help to improve and maintain good eyesight.
  • Good fatty acids, like omega-3, that are found in fish can provide your body with the support that it needs to promote healthy eyes.

Therefore, make sure that you are getting all these vitamins and minerals in your diet. Regardless of the quality of your vision or your age!

Our list of 17 vitamins, minerals and herbs will really help with your vision and will naturally help your eyes.

Rest and Relaxation

Your eyes are one of the most important organs in your body and also one of the hardest working. Unfortunately, people just don’t see the need to rest their eyes as much as they do the other parts of their body.

If you are young and you spend a lot of time in front of the TV, it’s always a good idea to take a break. At least once every hour, get away from the TV and stop focusing on it. This will help you to relax your eyes.

Do you spend a lot of your day sitting in front of a computer screen at work? Again, make sure that you take a break for at least 10 minutes every hour. Similarly, if you are spending hours sitting down reading a good book, give your eyes a break. The 10-10-10 rule is also a great one to follow.

Sleeping is also essential for promoting eye health for people of all ages. It gives your body time to repair and recover. Make sure that you sleep for around eight hours a day and this will give your eyes the chance to unwind and relax.

It’s important for people of all ages to ensure that they are getting enough R&R for their eyes. It doesn’t matter whether you are young or old. Your eyes need to take a break from all the hard work that they do each day.

Eye Exercises

Eye exercises are something you can do whatever your age. Simple eye exercises can be done in the comfort of your own home and can help you to maintain good eyesight.

You can do these exercises at any time of the day to give your eyes the workout they need.

Rolling your eyes. Imagine that there is a clock face in front of you. Move your vision up to the 12 o’clock point and look up as far as you can without moving your head. Now slowly move your eyes around the entire clock face until you get back to the 12 o’clock position. Do this 10 times both clockwise and counterclockwise and ensure that you don’t move your head at all.

Focusing. Hold something like a pen at arm’s length. Focus your eyes on the tip of the pen and slowly bring it closer to your nose. Keep moving the pen to your nose until it starts to double. When this happens, slowly move the pen away from your nose until your arm is fully extended. Do this at least 10 times and keep your eyes fully focused on the pen at all times.

Long-distance focusing. Look and focus on something that is about 3-5 feet away from you. Then divert your vision to something that is a lot further away, maybe bout 20-30 feet away. Wait until your eyes are fully focused and then return to the first object. Again, repeat this process about 10 times.

These simple exercises are great for any age and they will really help your vision and focus.

Improving Eyesight Naturally

It doesn’t matter whether you are in your teens, your 30s, your 40s or 50s, or even your 60s. Everybody’s vision can benefit from a healthy diet, regular exercise, and enough rest. These three things are vitally important if you want to improve your vision or maintain healthy vision for much longer.

Unfortunately, everybody is going to age and our bodies will deteriorate with age. It’s a fact of life that we can’t hide from, no matter how much we try. However, we can prolong the effects of aging on our eyesight by simply following the advice laid out in this article.

In short, make sure that you’re getting the right amount of vitamins and minerals in your diet. Try some vision-strengthening exercises, take frequent breaks from the computer screen, and get enough rest. By doing this, you will have the best vision possible for as long as possible.

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  1. Avatar for Tyler Sorensen Rey says:

    Hey guys, I’m 19 and I really have trouble on my eyesight, like having trouble looking/reading at our blackboard. I have glasses but I rarely use them, so its kind of useless and I think it is.

  2. Avatar for Tyler Sorensen rhodah says:

    This is very easy . The optician behind this is very kind

  3. Avatar for Tyler Sorensen Sagar says:

    I hav -6 on my both eyes. Can i still restore it?
    I am a student and i need glasses in my college. Is it ok to wear glasses in college but not in home.

  4. Avatar for Tyler Sorensen Sahil Verma says:

    How much time will it take if I have -2.5 in my both eyes

  5. Avatar for Tyler Sorensen Unknown says:

    Is there more methods??? My eye sight is horrrible, currently at -7. I know it will take me very long to regain it, maybe never. Just for now, I want to improve my eyesight as much as I can.

  6. Avatar for Tyler Sorensen fareed rahi says:

    i use specs since last 5 years -3
    is any exercise anything to gain bk my eyesight

  7. Avatar for Tyler Sorensen Karandeep Singh says:

    Sir, my eyes are really weak I also like you dreams to join special forces(nda) but my weak eyesight is a big obstacle in my way.earlier my eye point was -0.75 but now it is -4.5.i have also know that my eye has become weak because there is some problem in nerves of my body consequently weakening my optic nerve according to yoga scripts can suggest me some remedy steps for this.i just have 2 years left to join nda

  8. Avatar for Tyler Sorensen carole says:

    I got diplopia and been told have surgery as prism specs not worked..i really don’t want surgery can this help

  9. Avatar for Tyler Sorensen Graham says:

    yes I would like to be able to correct my far sighted vision ie I cant see close without glasses

  10. Avatar for Tyler Sorensen kota says:

    my father has lost some amount of aquity due to glaucoma. Please let us know can he restore his complete vision.

  11. Avatar for Tyler Sorensen annonymous says:

    hi, im really upset about having glasses and i really want to know if they actually do work, cuz i want my eyes to get better as soon as pos! And i want a truthful answer if it actually does work, cuz then i’d be super happy…thnx!


  12. Avatar for Tyler Sorensen prince says:

    I have -2in both my eye can it be cured within a month

  13. Avatar for Tyler Sorensen Esha sukhija says:

    My eye vision is low and without my spec it is difficult to see anything how I Inc my vision plz help me

  14. Avatar for Tyler Sorensen Eddison says:

    I use a pinhole glasses which is a natural alternative to prescription glasses and i have gotten good results with my eyes. Can you share your thoughts on pinhole glasses if you are aware of them?

    • Avatar for Tyler Sorensen Tyler Sorensen says:

      Hi Eddison,
      We don’t use pinhole glasses, but they have been useful to many people as a great alternative to prescription glasses or contacts. 

  15. Avatar for Tyler Sorensen Anonymous says:

    Hello tyler.

    Thanks for your tips


  16. Avatar for Tyler Sorensen Anonymous says:

    Same in my case

  17. Avatar for Tyler Sorensen saru says:

    is it really true that can we remove our specs within 1 week

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Tyler Sorensen is the President and CEO of Rebuild Your Vision. Formerly, Tyler studied Aeronautics (just like his brother) with the dream of becoming an airline pilot, however, after 9/11 his career path changed. After graduating top of his class with a Bachelor of Science in Informational Technologies and Administrative Management, he joined 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 nearly two decades studying the inner workings of the eye and conducting research.


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