relax tired eyes

relax the tired eye - the following exercise can helf of strengthen the eye muscles and counterbelance the effects of eyestrain.the key to doing these exercises is to relax and empty the mind as if you are meditating.
improving visual concentration:
the first step is to strengethan visual concentration 
sit comfortably with your back and neck straight but not stiff.Start by holding each posture for a few minutes and gradually increase.
1)Focus your gaze on the tip of your nose without blinking.Remain like this for as long as you can.Then close your eyes and relax.
2)Focus on your "third eye"without blinking.This is the area between the eyebrows above your nose.Then close your eyes and relax.It may feel uncomfertable or hard to do at first,but donot let yourself become frustrated.Keep your focus on that area and with time,you will find this posture easier to do.
3)Without turning your head,focus both eyes on your left shoulder.Remain like this for as long as you can.Then close your eyes and relax.Repeat this sequence with the right shoulder.
After you are finished,place the palms of your hands on your closed eyes and rest for as long as you would like.
IMAGINATION TO BALANCE VISUAL CONCENTRATION:-
Lie on your back facing up.Your palms should face the cieling and your legs should be about shoulder-width apart.If you are doing this exercise in your office then sit comfortably in your chair.
Close your eyes.Breathe into your belly.Feel it expands as it fills with air.Continue breathing in and out for a few minutes and then open your eyes.Pick a stationary object to look at.Close your eyes again and continue"seeing"that object.This exercise helps to relax your eyes.It also balances mental focus with imagination.
MEDITATION TO BALANCE VISUAL CONCENTRATION:-
Lie on your back facing up.Your palms should face the cieling and your legs should be about shoulder-width apart.If you are doing this exercise in your office then sit comfertably in your chair.
Close your eyes and place your palms over your closed eyes.Breathe into your belly.Feel it expand as it fills with air.Continue breathinh in and out for a few minutes and then open your eyes.Pick a stationary object to look at.Look but keep your mind empty.Don't let yourself attach to it or stare at it.This exercise teaches you how to focus without straining or depleting your eyes.
India
December 26, 2006 3:45am CST
do you spend your days starting at a computer screen?if yoy do,you proably know how draining and tiring it can be to your entire body,not just your eyes. the natural state of body is to be at peace.when you read to understand and learn new information the mind become tense and tires tires to catch hold.this agitation strains the entire body,including the eyes. that's why people often feel drained after studying or working,even though they haven't physically exerted themselves.
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