How To Improve Your Eyesight Naturally

By | March 26, 2014

Hey there, welcome to Eye-Care-Inc.com

I created this site to help anyone out there who wants to know how to have strong, healthy eyes, and if possible, not be burdened by the inconvenience of eyeglasses or contact lenses.

At the age of 10, myopia had already begun for me. And because of that, I had to get myself a pair of spectacles just so I could still see clearly in class.

My vision simply deteriorated ever since. There hasn’t been a single day I didn’t loathe wearing those darn eye glasses and I always imagined how nice it would be if I could wake up one day and see everything with 20/20 vision again.

When I went to college, I got myself my first pair of contact lenses and I knew at least I preferred that over eyeglasses any time. But, it was still highly inconvenient! The daily maintenance, storage, eye infection etc just made me wish I had perfect eyesight even more.

So if you’re like me, and feel somewhat the same way I do, then this site is dedicated to you.

I look around me everyday and I see more people who are shortsighted than those who aren’t. And the shortsightedness seems to be starting at an earlier age.

Now that I’m a parent, I’m even more concerned about making sure my daughter develops good eye habits and eat the right foods for good eye health, so that she’ll never have to wear any corrective visual aids, ever.

If you want to improve your eyesight naturally, there are TONS of things you can do and habits you can start developing … and they generally fall into one of these 3 categories:

1. Consuming the right foods (and hence nutrition) for your eyes

The saying ‘You are what you eat’ doesn’t only apply to our outwardly appearance. Our eyes, like any other parts of our bodies, need specific nutrition to function at its best, and stay at its best.

2. Give your eyes a good workout regularly

And by that, I don’t mean straining your eyes. Just as we lift weights to train and tone our muscles, when we perform specific eye exercises, we train our eye muscles to become stronger.

3. Give it enough rest

A good workout is always accompanied by adequate rest. Just as we don’t want to overwork our eyes, giving it regular ‘relaxation’ windows is essential to maintain good eye health.

These will be discussed in further detail throughout the site.

At the end of the day, it still comes down to discipline and practising what is shared here. And if you have young ones at home, the lessons you learn here at Eye-Care-Inc.com can come in handy when you want to teach it to them too.

Sean Lim