Do eyes require exercises? Once a doctor told me that no matter how much I exercise my eyes, it wouldn't help the cause unless I take a good diet. Having said that, there are a lot of eye exercises and hard to believe they are ineffective. What do you think?
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Self-help programs of eye exercises that claim to reduce or eliminate your need for glasses and contactshave been around since the 1920s. But before you spend time and money on anything that promises you will be able to "throw away your glasses," be aware that these programs remain highly controversial and most vision experts contend there is little or no scientific evidence that shows they work.
In fact, several popular eye exercise programs have been removed from the marketplace for making apparently false claims about their effectiveness.
For example, an Iowa district court in November 2006 halted all sales of See Clearly Method kits that had been marketed for several years by a company called Vision Improvement Technologies as a way to improve vision through eye exercises.
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Self-help programs like the See Clearly Method, the Power Vision Program and other eye exercise programs promoted online usually claim they can reduce refractive errors such as nearsightedness and astigmatism, as well as presbyopia.
Eye Exercises. When your eyes get tired and you start feeling the eye strain, but still have some work to do, use the Exercises for Eyes. Regular eye exercises can help you to improve eyesight and prevent eye diseases such as nearsightedness and farsightedness.