Yoga Can Improve Your Eyesight Naturally

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Our eyes are the most precious gift from God to us, through which we can see the whole world.


Use Yoga as a Therapy

1. Halasana

Formation of the Halasana posture: – Lie down on your back – Lift your middle and lower back and drop your toes on the floor behind – Try to bring your chest as close to your chin as possible – The palms can remain flat on the floor but you can bend the arms and support the back with the palms

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2. Bal Bakasana Baby Crane Pose

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Formation of the Bal Bakasana Baby Crane Pose posture: – Begin in Marjariasana – Place your elbows down flat – Your fingers should point forward and they should be spread apart – Lean forward in such a way that all your body weight shifts onto your triceps – Find your balance and slowly lift both your feet off the ground. – Bring your feet together

3. Bhastrika Pranayama

Formation of Bhastrika Pranayama posture: – Sit in any comfortable pose – Straighten your back and close your eyes – Place your palms on your knees facing up (in Prapthi Mudra) – Inhale and fill your lungs with air – Exhale completely – Inhalation and exhalation should be done in a 1:1 ratio

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4. Ustrasana

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Formation of the Ustrasana posture: – Kneel on the yoga mat and place your hands on the hips. – Simultaneously, arch your back and slide your palms over your feet till the arms are straight. – Do not strain your neck but keep it in a neutral position. – Breathe out and slowly come back to the initial pose.

5. Tratak Meditation

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Tratak is a technique of meditation that helps to build concentration and memory and this technique also improves eyesight. To practice the Tratak technique you need to focus on a particular object such as a flame, the moon, and even the sun. According to experts, this method is very beneficial in curing the eye diseases like Glaucoma, cataracts, and other vision-related problems.