Yoga for Your Eyes: Effective Eye Exercises to Improve Vision

Your job may be fulfilling, but spending the entire day on a computer takes a toll on your eyes. Digital eye strain can tire you and even make people wonder if their vision is going blurry. Check out a few practical eye exercises to improve your vision at home. 1. Use Your Palms to Relax Eye Muscles Yogic eye exercises are easy for anyone to try. Palming is the first technique that might provide instant relief if you experience eye fatigue regularly. For this exercise, ensure you aren’t wearing heavy makeup. Place your palms over your eyes and place slight pressure on them, even rubbing them in small circles if it eases muscle strain. Continue the pressure for at least 30 seconds. You’ll gently massage…

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