How to improve vision at home? What method is best to adhere to? The answer to these and other questions can be found in Tedd Maser’s guide. I highly recommend his manual to everyone who wants to improve eyesight. To date, there are many ways to improve vision. Starting with products that help maintain vision at the proper level and ending with special techniques, sets of exercises that improve vision.
Products that improve vision are carrots, blueberries, fresh greens, various citrus, and sea fish. In carrots is contained primarily a record amount of vitamin A, which in combination with vegetable oils significantly improves twilight vision. This is especially important for drivers. Also, carrots are a source of vitamin C, E, K, PP, B vitamins, and also minerals – potassium, iron, iodine, copper. Carrots on your table will be useful for myopia, conjunctivitis, fatigue, and pain in the eyes.
The regular use of blueberries also significantly improves vision. Blueberry contains vitamins C, B1, B2, A, tannins, pectins, malic, succinic and lactic acids, a large amount of manganese. Especially blueberry is needed for those who strain their eyes every day, it helps improve blood circulation in the retina and relieves tension and spasm of the optic nerve. Fresh herbs (dill, parsley, coriander) contain a large amount of vitamin C, A, group B. Residents of the mountainous area greens are added to almost any dish.
And thanks to this, it has excellent eyesight even in old age. Citrus (oranges, grapefruits, lemons) or freshly squeezed juice from them, will help in strengthening the eyesight. Vitamin C maintains a normal permeability of the capillaries in the retina of the eye. Sea fish due to fatty acids Omega-3 helps to strengthen the muscles of the eye, improves blood circulation in the organs of vision. I wish you an excellent vision, dear readers!