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How to relax your eyes
Sit with your elbows on the table and your head relaxed into your palms. Relax your shoulders and close your eyes. Put your thumbs on your temples and close your fingers to obscure your view, without resting them on your nose or your eyes. Breathe normally and from time to time, breathe a little deeper. Imagine a shore with the sea coming in and out to the rhythm of your breathing.
This exercise relaxes both your eyes and your spirit.
Stand up with your legs positioned symmetrically. Take a small colored ball and begin throwing it with one hand and catching it with the other while following its movement. Vary its trajectory: throw it higher, lower, etc. This exercise will allow you to ward off a fixed gaze. Because a good seeing eye is one that’s mobile.
Imagine a huge clock that begins at the ceiling and end on the floor. Follow the spin of its dial with he your eyes either open or shut and at your own rhythm. You can also follow the movement of your finger as your draw the needle’s path with it. This exercise improves your concentration and your perception.
Stand in front of a window and take a pen. Hold it out to a distance of 15 centimeters from your nose. The pen is in focus, but the window in the back is either blurry or gets duplicated. Stop looking at the pen and look now at the window so that the pen gets duplicated. Repeat this exercise five or six times to strengthen your oculomotor muscles.
Open your legs the width of your shoulders and stand before a window. Slowly, shift your weight from one leg to the other. Keep your knees supple and do not bend them. Your eyes move naturally, following the movement of your body. Look before you and observe how the window and the windows and trees move in the opposite direction.
This exercise improves the perception and the observation capacities. By introducing a moving impression to an immobile object, the cranial nerves responsible for accommodation.
– Straighten up and relax your shoulders.
– Bat your eyes regularly and lubricate your eyes. A little palming would help you.
– Look into the far distance as often as you can, such as the sky and if not then just look at the wall in front of you. Hang a poster or preferably a scenery with extensive portrayal of fields.
– Never stare at a screen for over one hour. Take a break every hour and head to your window. Benefit from that moment to stare at the sky, stretch out, yawn and drink.