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What It Is: Look at a number on an imaginary clock, then look at the center position of the clock. What It Does: This eye exercise stretches and conditions the extraocular muscles and improves the nutrient flow around the eyes to improve vision naturally.

How To Do It:

Step 1. Look at a distant object and imagine you are in front of a giant clock with the distant object at the center. Now carefully move your eyes in the 9 o’clock direction as far as they will go as if you’re trying to see your left ear. Keep your head and neck still by holding your chin if necessary. Carefully stretch the muscles as much as possible, but not so much that you see flashes of light.

Step 2. Now return to the center and relax. Then move your eyes as far as they will go in the 10 o’clock direction, then back to the center, then the 11 o’clock direction, then back to the center. Make your way around the clock, going from the center to each hour position. Aim for good coordination. When you develop good coordination, do it in time to your breathing: (inhale > number) (exhale > center) ...

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