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Natural Clear Vision is a collection of various techniques and eye exercises that not only teaches you how to care for your eyes, but also how to enhance their performance. There are even......

Natural Clear Vision is a collection of various techniques and eye exercises that not only teaches you how to care for your eyes, but also how to enhance their performance. There are even exercises for you to de-stress your eyes.

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  • yup Good Information,but Here u can see more information about Night blindness: Night blindness(nyctalopia) is a type of vision impairment. People with night blindness experience poor vision at night or in dimly lit environments.
    Causes of Night Blindness :
    1) nearsightedness: blurred vision when looking at faraway objects
    2) cataracts: a clouding of the eye’s lens
    3) retinitis pigmentosa: when dark pigment collects in your retina, creating tunnel vision
    4) Usher syndrome: a genetic condition that affects both hearing and vision
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  • 1. Natural Clear Vision http://bit.ly/1mikEFU Causes and Treatments for Blurry Vision Blurry vision may be a warning sign of eye disease. It can affect both eyes (bilateral blurred vision), or just one eye (unilateral blurred vision). In either case, it should be immediately addressed whether it happens rarely or quite often. When your vision is blurry you cannot see the fine details of an object which can be quite frustrating. Any kind of vision loss, including blurry vision or even blindness, can indicate a variety of different disorders, ranging from retinal detachments to migraines to glaucoma - and perhaps potential blindness. Therefore, if you are experiencing any blurred vision, no matter how old you are, visit your doctor and get an exam. It may be an important indicator of a more serious condition. Symptoms of Blurry Vision Some blurred vision symptoms may affect both or just one eye, and are typically a result of some other primary cause. Some of the symptoms may include: - Sensitivity to light (photophobia) - Loss of peripheral and/or central vision - Eye pain and discharge - Poor nearby vision - Seeing eye floaters or spots - Itchy, dry eyes - Bleeding from the eye - Increased production of tears - Bloodshot eyes - Poor nighttime vision Causes of Blurred Vision As previously mentioned, blurred vision may be an indicator of a more serious underlying problem.
  • 2. The list is long, so here are just a few of the more common causes: - Nearsightedness (myopia) - Decreased ability to focus (presbyopia) - Dry eyes - Refractive eye conditions: may indicate the need for corrective lenses or a new lens prescription - Cataracts: causes the eye lens to develop cloudiness - Migraines: blurred vision may occur prior to developing a migraine - Other eye disorders such as macular degeneration or glaucoma - Contact lenses: damaged or dirty contact lenses can produce blurred vision Alleviating Blurry Vision If you notice your vision getting blurry, make an appointment to see your eye doctor. Depending on the seriousness of your disorder, there may be a vast range of treatment options available to you. Here are a few suggestions you may try to get your vision back in focus. Reading Glasses Reading glasses can either be prescribed or purchased at a local store. Buying off the rack is the obvious money-saving solution. Try to pick a pair with the lowest magnifying power as possible. If everyday reading glasses cannot help you, try various kinds of other eyeglasses such as bifocals or computer glasses, or perhaps multifocal contact lenses will work best for you. Contact Lenses Using two different powered contact lenses can trick your brain - one lens for near vision and the other for distance. Wearing different contacts in this manner is referred to as monovision (blended vision). Monovision lenses let the brain instinctively focus the eyes for both near and far away vision. Clean Your Eyeglasses or Contact Lenses It's very important to keep your eyeglasses or contact lenses clean at all times. Many times, debris or oil can accumulate on the lenses and produce fuzzy or blurry vision. Talk to your professional eye-care practitioner about which cleaning solution best suits you since not every solution is compatible with every type of lens. Why Performing Eye Exercises is Crucial for Good Eye Health Maintaining your eye health should be one of your top priorities. This is especially true if you spend the majority of your day in front of a computer screen, viewing a cell phone, or watching television. How long would you estimate you stare at a computer monitor on a daily basis? This is particularly taxing on your eyes as well as your entire body. Even if you are fortunate to have 20/20 vision, it's important to take care of your eyes to maintain perfect eye health. Most people are not aware that exercising the eyes is just as important as exercising the rest of their body as well. The Importance of Performing Eye Exercises Top eye surgeons agree that eye exercises help the eyes perform both optically and mechanically. Eye exercises enhance the mechanical integrity of the eye by strengthening and coordinating the muscles of the eye. They enhance the eye's ability to focus and optically, they develop the optical
  • 3. imagery coordination between both eyes. This lets the eyes send a precise three-dimensional image to the brain, which then transmits a signal that lets us view the image. While it's true that performing eye exercises may not diminish your need for eyeglasses, they are still quite necessary to maintain good eye health. Your eyes are just the same as the rest of your body. They require rest and relaxation after constant use all day to adequately repair and make them stronger. Exercising your eyes on a regular basis will help you avoid fatigue after a day's work and ensure your eyes are always moist and fresh. Eyestrain Causes Our eyes were designed to perform their best in a depressed convergence position, which means that 25 degrees below eye level facing downward is optimal. Providing this angle is maintained, it will not affect your vision. However, when too much effort is exerted to hold a fixed gaze upon a fast moving object, it's at this point when the internal mechanism begins to tire and eventually leads to eyestrain. In the same way, trying to read in low light causes eyestrain. This is due to your pupils dilating so that more light can enter your eyes. Chronic eyestrain can result in constant headaches, blurry vision, fatigue, and the inability to focus while viewing objects. One of the most typical reasons for eye fatigue is staring at technological devices such as cell phones, video games, or computer screens for long periods of time. This kind of eyestrain or eye fatigue is referred to as computer vision syndrome. Approximately 50% - 90% of everyone who works on a computer is affected by it. Lengthy exposure to intense brightness or glare has a detrimental effect on the eyes. Also, any task that forces you to deeply focus for a long time may produce less blinking, which ultimately results in dry eyes. Therefore, try to refrain from reading in low light or on the go if at all possible. Refresh Your Eyes with Exercise Palming Your Eyes Relax your tired eyes. While keeping your eyes closed, cup the palms of your hands and gently cover your eyes without applying pressure to your eyeballs. Practice Focusing Focus on a particular item far away for approximately 30 seconds. While trying to sustain your focus, rapidly blink your eyes numerous times. Then, focus on something near you for 15 seconds. While trying to sustain your focus again, rapidly blink your eyes several times. Repeat 10 times. Roll Your Eyes Roll your eyes in a clockwise motion, and then roll them counterclockwise. Do this every 30 minutes. This exercise especially helps people who sit in front of a computer screen for long periods of time. Top 3 Ways to Naturally Improve Vision In today's world, our eyes are constantly being pushed to the limit by staring at small text and images on cell phones, computer screens, and televisions. This predictably leads to eye fatigue and increased age-associated vision problems. However, just because we grow older does not
  • 4. necessarily mean our eyesight must diminish as well. Here are the top three ways to improve vision and keep your eyes sharp as you age. 1. Your Eyes Need Exercise Try these simple exercises to help you maintain good vision and ward off those irritating eye floaters. Perform these eye exercises upon waking and just before bedtime, or any other time your eyes feel tired. Make sure your mood is relaxed and your hands are thoroughly washed. By exercising your eyes daily, you will begin to see optimal results in as little as one month. - Warm up your eyes. Vigorously rub your hands together to generate heat. Place your hands upon your eyes for at least five seconds. Repeat the process three times. - Eye roll. Begin by looking upwards and proceed to slowly circle your eyes ten times clockwise, and then ten times in a counterclockwise motion. - Focus your eyes. Grab a pencil and hold it at arm's length while focusing your eyes upon it. Then, slowly bring the pencil closer to you until it reaches approximately six inches from your face. After that, slowly move it away while maintaining focus on the pencil. Repeat ten times. - Temple massage. Massage both your temples by using the knuckles on your thumbs. Massage twenty times in one direction and then twenty times in the other. Repeat the same motions midway over the eyebrows, then underneath the eyes on either side of the bridge of your nose. - Give yourself a mini-nap. Gently tilt your head backwards while closing your eyes. Relax and rest for a minimum of three minutes. 2. Modify Your Diet for Optimal Eyesight Enhance your eyesight by eating the proper diet. Our eyes need various nutrients in order to perform their best. Here are the specific nutrients our eyes require on a regular basis to stay healthy. - Antioxidants including lutein, beta-carotene, and zeaxanthin, all help to shield the macula from the harmful rays of the sun. These specific antioxidants come from such foods as egg yolks, carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, yellow peppers, and dark leafy green vegetables. Do you see the color patterns? The most recent research studies illustrate the importance of consuming green and yellow vegetables to help discourage age-associated macular generation which is the primary cause of blindness. - Foods abundant in lecithin, cysteine, and sulfur help protect the eye's lens from forming cataracts. Superb food choices include shallots, capers, onions, and garlic. - Foods rich in anthocyanin including goji berries, grapes, and blueberries all contain antiinflammatory and antioxidant properties that help to improve vision. - A fatty acid called DHA is present in coldwater fish such as cod, mackerel, sardines, and wild salmon. DHA is effective in providing the structural support needed for cell membranes which boosts the overall health of the eyes. 3. Give Your Eyes Some Much Needed Rest and Relaxation - Throughout your workday, give your eyes a short breather once every hour. Take ten minutes to rest your eyes for every fifty minutes you spend reading or sitting in front of a computer screen. If
  • 5. your eyes feel extra fatigued, place refreshing cucumber slices over both your eyelids while lying down. - Adequate rest/sleep is vital for good eye health. Sleep lets your eyes completely repair and recover from the wear and tear of everyday living. Inadequate sleep will likely weaken your vision over time. Therefore, getting eight hours of sound sleep a night is essential to keeping your eyes strong and healthy. Understanding the Differences of Farsightedness and Nearsightedness A good number of people have difficulty recognizing the difference between farsightedness and nearsightedness and exactly how those differences relate to their eyeglass choices and overall vision. Farsightedness and nearsightedness are entirely two different vision problems and have many distinctions between them. Farsightedness is referred to as hyperopia while nearsightedness is known as myopia. The key biological difference between the two is that in hyperopia, the images are focused in the rear of the retina instead of on top of it; in myopia, the viewed images are focused in front of the retina instead of directly on it. How Farsightedness and Nearsightedness Affects Your Vision If you are nearsighted (myopic) items nearer to you appear clearer while items viewed farther away appear blurry. When looking at something far away such as a blackboard, television, or a street sign, you may notice you are squinting in order to see it clearly. Many nearsighted students find themselves squinting when trying to read the blackboard. Nearsightedness typically begins during childhood and often runs in families. It has a tendency to worsen at a steady pace until the person reaches their twenties, when at that point it begins to stabilize to some extent. When someone experiences farsightedness (hyperopic) they may find it easier to read a book by holding it farther away. Also, it may be hard to read words on medicine labels or fine print. A billboard down the road may be easier to read than one close by. Children typically outgrow mild cases of farsightedness as soon as their eyes develop into adult size, since farsightedness stems from the eye lens being too short. By the time a child reaches the age of five, their eye volume virtually doubles and lengthens by as much as one-third since they were born. Farsightedness and nearsightedness can both be bothersome and interfere with school, work, and safe driving standards along with the overall quality of life. Enduring uncorrected vision, no matter if you are farsighted or nearsighted, will quite frequently lead to chronic headaches and irritating eyestrain. Furthermore, if you fail to correct your vision problems with the appropriate eyeglasses or contacts, your level of vision will inevitably deteriorate at a much quicker pace. Call your optometrist as soon as possible to get a complete eye exam if you are experiencing any of these symptoms. How Farsightedness and Nearsightedness are Corrected Both farsighted and nearsighted vision may be corrected with prescription eyeglasses, contact lenses, and many times laser refractive surgery. Being either farsighted or nearsighted does not invariably determine the type of glasses you may wear or whether or not you can readily wear contacts. Providing your optometrist gives you the
  • 6. green light for contact wear, you may choose either one. Primarily, this determination will depend on the shape of your eye and astigmatism. Selecting the best pair of glasses or making the choice between glasses or contacts, will greatly depend on your specific lifestyle. Deciding factors include how comfortable you are wearing either glasses or contacts, how sports oriented you are, and how concerned you are with your appearance. The decision is solely yours as long as you get approval from your optometrist. Causes and Treatments of Poor Night Vision Millions of people have problems seeing at night. Poor night vision may result from a number of factors. Many times, night vision problems may be easily treatable. Other times, however, the issues are more serious in nature. Frequently with age, our vision tends to decline - especially night vision. Quite often, vision problems due to aging are caused by presbyopia (farsightedness that typically occurs in middle and old age). Problems with night vision could be an early indication of cataracts, and therefore corrected with cataract surgery. Other night vision concerns including light glares, halos, and night blindness, may stem from such issues as vitamin deficiency, congenital problems, or perhaps another disease. Frequent Causes and Treatments of Poor Nighttime Vision Vitamin A and Zinc Deficiency Vitamin A is an essential component for retina health. Although vitamin A deficiency rarely causes poor night vision or actual night blindness, it is frequently seen in patients suffering from Crohn's disease, cystic fibrosis, pancreatic insufficiency, or celiac disease. Green and yellow leafy vegetables along with carrots are chocked full of vitamin A. Make sure your diet is sufficient in vitamin A by eating the proper vegetables if you struggle with any of these diseases. Zinc is a vital partner to vitamin A. Zinc's presence allows vitamin A to be a more effective agent throughout the body. Poultry, beef, nuts, and beans are all rich sources of zinc. Consider taking a zinc supplement if you do not eat a lot of meat or you're a vegetarian. Cataracts Cataracts are likely the most frequent cause of nighttime vision problems. Poor night vision is an early indication of cataracts in aging adults. Essentially, cataracts are the clouding of the eye lens. A decline in night vision is quite often the first sign of cataracts. Several cataract sufferers will see light glare or halos, particularly at night. Cataract surgery is the likely solution in this case. Diabetes Diabetic retinopathy progressively deteriorates the eye retina. Decreased night vision may be an early indication of retinopathy. Another sign of retinopathy is an extensive vision adjustment time after being outdoors in bright light. Diabetic retinopathy may be prevented by controlling blood sugar levels through proper diet and/or medicine. Also, laser eye surgery can be performed in order to eradicate the small blood vessels produced by retinopathy that may damage vision. Complications from LASIK Surgery Although it's rare, a few people may experience poor night vision after LASIK eye surgery. Typical problems include seeing halos and glares surrounding lights or other objects. A handful of people tend to develop nighttime vision problems following LASIK. Discuss your level of risk of developing night vision issues with your doctor or practitioner prior to undergoing LASIK laser eye
  • 7. surgery. Sunlight Exposure The rays of the sun can be quite harmful to the eye. An extended exposure to the sun's brightness can affect your vision at night by as long as two days, although is not permanent. When spending time outside, consider wearing a high-quality pair of sunglasses to protect your eyes from the intense sun rays. Retinitis Pigmentosa Retinitis Pigmentosa is a rare genetic disorder that affects people younger in age. An early warning sign is nighttime vision problems. The disorder causes a slow deterioration of the eye's retina. For the sake of your vision, it is in your best interest to get a comprehensive eye exam if you find it difficult to see at night. Visiting your eye doctor is crucial for early detection of a more serious problem due to poor night vision.