There are at least five easier tips to implement in our daily life so as to have a naturally better vision. They can be made a daily habit and enjoy along healthy vision without having to use any contact lens or undergoing any Lasik surgery or optical complexities.
The first key is to nourish and relax your eyes; the best nourishment of the eyes is sunlight. This is done by spending at least 15 minutes a day outdoors without glasses or contacts so that your visual system can receive unfiltered sunlight. The kind of indoor lighting that you use is also important, for instance, vita-lite, which replaces any standard fluorescent tube. Vita-lite increases your see-ability, reduces glare, eyestrain, and improves visual acuity. Also the best way to relax your eyes is to close them and place your cupped palms over your closed eyes.
Nourishing and resting your eyes can be done at the same time with an exercise called sun cycle. Here, you close your eyes and face the sun. Let the sun fall on your closed eyes for 5 to 10 seconds, palm over your closed eyes and shut all lights for another 5 to 10 seconds. The sun cycle helps to nourish your visual system, exercises the focusing muscles of your eyes and reduces sensitivity to glare.
Another key to naturally better vision is using an under-corrected prescription. Those who wear glasses or contact lenses need to strengthen their Prescription each year as a result of a number of factors which can be prevented by use of under-corrected prescription. Under-corrected prescription encourages your visual acuity system to work with the glasses or contact lenses and not just passively depend on them in order to see. Doing exercises will make what was once an under-corrected prescription to become strong hence clearer vision.
Increasing body relaxation and good posture, also nurture better vision. This is because it is very difficult to relax your eyes and mind and maintain clear vision if our body is overly tensed. It is therefore important for you to find ways to release tension and develop relaxation in your body. Also, those with vision problems should not read or watch TV while lying down; instead, they should sit in a relaxed, comfortable position to make it easier for the blood and oxygen to circulate to the head and the eyes.
The fourth key is to breathe deeply and regularly. Approximately 30% of the oxygen you inhale goes to nourish the muscles, nerves and brain cells of your visual system. Breathing deeply and rhythmically helps your vision and keeps the body more relaxed. It also helps you to easily concentrate for longer period of time and eliminates eye strain and fatigue.
It is important to develop the inner willingness to see so that you can release the emotional stress that affects vision.