Exercises to support eyesight in yoga for healthy eyes...

By easing eye strain, enhancing blood flow to the eyes, and lowering stress—all of which can exacerbate vision issues—yoga can help maintain good vision. Himalayan Siddhaa Akshar, the founder of Akshar yoga Kendraa, offered some yoga positions and techniques that can assist with visual assistance in an interview.

Palming: Close your eyes and take a comfortable seat. Gently massage your palms together until they get warm. Next, without exerting any pressure, softly cup your palms over your closed eyes. For a few minutes, close your eyes and let the warmth of your palms comfort you while you breathe deeply and relax.

Exercises for the Eyes: A few easy exercises for the eyes will help strengthen and focus the eye muscles. The "eye rotations" exercise is one example, in which you slowly move your eyes in a clockwise and counterclockwise direction. Another practice to help with flexibility and focus is "near and far focusing," when you alternate between focusing on an object that's close by and one that's far away.

Blinking: Blinking lubricates the eyes naturally and keeps them from becoming dry. On the other hand, when focusing attentively or staring at a screen, many people tend to blink less frequently. Throughout the day, take moments to deliberately relax your eye muscles and blink.

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