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How do you do the Eye Rolling Exercise? Keeping your head still and moving only your eyes, look all the way to the left and then move your eyes slowly and smoothly in a clockwise fashion all around in a … Continue reading
The “Push Printing” eye exercise, also known as “Print Pushing”, “Push Print”, “Focus Pushing” or “Active Focus training” is a myopia vision therapy technique I learned about from reading Todd Becker’s blog, gettingstronger.org. The thing I like about this eyesight … Continue reading
In the book “Improve your Vision Without Glasses or Contact Lenses”, they recommend a technique called eye “Pumping” which is essentially a deliberate near-to-far focusing exercise. I’ve read variations of this technique that are recommended by several eyesight-improving experts including … Continue reading