Q&A: Do I do various eye exercises with glasses on or off?

by David Jenyns

Question by xwindweaverx: Do I do various eye exercises with glasses on or off?
I have worn glasses for most of my life and recently read some articles about improving vision naturally through eye exercises. I was just wondering, am I supposed to do some of these things with my glasses? Or am I supposed to do them without my glasses?

The exercises I’m talking about are like focusing on something close and the focusing on something far, palming, zooming, etc.

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Answer by Mooon F
you can do it without your glasses .Also you can move your finer side to side , up and down slowly this is another exercise.Also eatting more vegetablse is good for your eyes.

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Footprintz February 22, 2012 at 4:43 pm

It doesn’t matter if you wear them or not. Silly exercises like that will never improve anything anyway. I presume you are nearsighted.

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Ya right..Stefan S wants us to believe he is an ophthalmologist and he can’t even spell it right.

A real ophthalmologist wouldn’t come out with something so silly anyway.

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Stefan S February 22, 2012 at 5:33 pm

do them with the glasses and doing exercises does improve vision it strengthens the eye muscles so you have better focus the reason many people do not know this is because people buying glasses for hundreds of pounds is more profitable then spending 10 pounds for exercises.

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Eli G-optics February 22, 2012 at 5:56 pm

Some are meant to be done with weak correction (weaker glasses), others must be done without glasses, some it doesn’t matter.

Only exercises won’t help you as much as overall health improvement if at all…

The Methods themselves are more about overall health improvement then working only with the eyes.

Most people don’t know it as traditional medicine likes to prove it wrong without even checking the whole method. And the test only short time progress while for most of the patients it takes months-years to improve but the overall benefit is huge, not only for the eyes.

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