We all get old, that’s a given, but, we can manage our aging. And that includes our vision.
The official name for aging vision is: Presbyopia. Presbyopia is hardening of the lens and also the tightening of our eye muscles. This is aging vision, well, one problem of aging vision.
At this point in your life, I think your vision is not the only muscle that is tightening up. I bet so are a few other muscles, and you may have already started stretching exercises..
So guess what? Your eyes need to be exercised too. And, they can be.
There are vision exercises, techniques you can do to improve your eyes. You can improve your optic elasticity and strengthen your eyes.
There are also other ways for you to help manage your vision, along with the Rebuild Your Vision Program.
4) Your eyes are NOT meant to do “near” work for hours and hours at a time. Go out for a walk. Look around you (not down). Check out the horizon, the sky, the scene that is far away. Look all around you and let your eyes get back that wonderful feeling of “far looking”.