Vision Correction Articles

Three Healthy Eye Exercises
Learn these three simple eye exercises to reduce eye strain and to build better vision. These exercises are easy to do and will only require a minute or two of your busy day to practice. The results are certainly worth that small time expenditure.

Improve Your Vision by Swinging Your Eyes
In this brief article, you'll learn another simple and natural technique to improve your vision without resorting to glasses, surgery, or drugs. As a beneficial "side effect," the technique also relaxes your body and improves your posture. How much does it cost to learn this method of vision improvement? Not a dime... it's free!

Eye Strain Relief and Vision Improvement with Palming
If you've been reading my stuff for a long time, you know I appreciate simplicity and natural health techniques that provide real and immediate benefits. Well, this week I have a simple and easy-to-do technique calling "Palming" that you can use to quickly relax while also improving your eyesight as a side effect. Take two minutes right now to read this brief "how to" article and learn the technique because then you can use it for the rest of your life. Whoa!

Yoga for Eye Health
It might interest you to know that eye exercises have been an important component of yoga for as long as it’s been practiced — from around 3,000 B.C., to be exact.

Three of the Best Vegetables for Vision Health
Forget carrots for a moment and consider these other three vision-boosting veggies: spinach, kale, and sweet potatoes.

What Your Eye Color Says about You and Your Genetics
This article looks at a study that makes a connection between the genes behind eye color and possible sports performance.

How to Treat Corneal Abrasions
This detailed article explains what the cornea is, how abrasions can happen, and how to treat this distressing condition.

The Vitamins We Need for Eye Health
This article provides a comprehensive list of the many and diverse vitamins humans need to maintain optimal eye health.

Why Blinking Is Essential for Healthy Eyes and Improved Vision
Frequent and gentle blinking is essential to the health of your eyes and vision because it allows your eyelids to regularly coat your eyes with three beneficial layers of tears. Learn more about blinking in this article.

REM, Dreaming, and Stages of Sleep
We typically have about three to five periods of REM sleep per night. The first rapid eye movement period usually begins about 70 to 90 minutes after we fall asleep.

Eye Appeal: Make Sure Your Makeup is Safe
Do you wear makeup that comes near your eyes? If so, here are some excellent tips on keeping your eyes safe and staying healthy.

Why Do Cat's Eyes Glow in the Dark?
Ever pondered that? Ever wondered how a fly actually sees? This fun article answers your questions and also helps you understand how you see too.

Often Overlooked: Your Eyelids
They might not be the most glamorous part of the body, but they perform a myriad of important functions and, as well, are subject to numerous types of injuries.

Smoking Impacts Eye Health Too
It's a rare person who is not aware that smoking can cause lung and other cancers, but did you know smoking can have an adverse effect on your vision as well?

The Origin and Causes of Glaucoma
This article outlines the origins and causes of the ancient eye disease known as glaucoma.

Phakic Intraocular Lens Implants
PIOL is a new and controversial eye surgery that carries a host of side effects and questionable results. For instance, a percentage of patients developed cataracts shortly after implantation in the earliest studies.

The Best Treatment for a Twitching Eye
Have you ever wondered what makes the muscles around your eyes twitch and flutter from time to time? The answer to this question is relatively simple. And so is the remedy.

Dry Eye Syndrome
If you are experiencing any of dry eye symptoms, it's highly advisable that you address the root causes of dry eyes. In this article, Dr. Ben Kim tells you what to do.

Five Steps to Help Prevent Macular Degeneration
Walking down the street one day, you notice that the telephone pole in front of you is looking rather, well... wavy. You may be one of 13 million Americans who have a common, age-related eye disease called macular degeneration.


Can Glaucoma Be Prevented?

Glaucoma is the second most common cause of vision loss in the United States, affecting approximately 3 million Americans. Studies show regular aerobic exercise and a diet low in saturated fats may prevent the vascular constriction that leads to glaucoma.

Computer Vision 101
We've all heard of carpal tunnel syndrome, perhaps the most severe computer-related injury, but few are aware of Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS), the most common.
Making some basic changes to your work station can significantly improve the symptoms of CVS.

Nutrition for the Eyes
With so many new supplements on the market claiming to enhance and improve vision, it can be downright confusing choosing which one is right for you. This article discusses the best vitamins for eye health.

Seven Factors for Natural Eye Care
The seven eye care factors you're about to read will reveal simple yet incredibly powerful ways you can help save your eyesight from further deterioration!



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