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How to Be Happy - A SCIENTIFIC PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS

Happiness is the feeling of contentment and satisfaction that craved by many but only achieved by some. Happiness is relative and subjective but for many successful individuals the presence of a great family life in a flourishing career is often not enough. On some occasions, compels individual from feeling a sense of loneliness, often sadness and melancholy. In order to understand how to be happy, we need to look at the ways we react to everything around us. Behavioral scientists have made lots of studying to find the secret of happiness. 

Here are psychological five reasons why people have a harder time finding happiness. 
1)Being Overly Ambitious People feel not satisfied with what they already have.  Their complex mind gives them the ability to see something bigger and better a purpose.  These people fail to enjoy mundane things in everyday life because their minds crave something stimulating and fantastically idealistic that cannot be found in the real world. This is often manifes…

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8-EXERCISE FOR EYES TO GET RID OF GLASSES

8-EXERCISE FOR EYES TO GET RID OF GLASSES

Every year, more and more people have to wear glasses because they have lost flexibility of their distance vision (nearsightedness) or their close-up vision (farsightedness and aging vision). And once you start wearing glasses or contact lenses, guess what happens? You continue your poor vision habits and the lenses increase strain on the eyes, allowing them to slack off and become even lazier over time. Eye exercises are designed to strengthen your eye muscles, improve focusing, eye movements, and stimulate the vision center of your brain. Eye exercises help you to start getting into better vision habits, reduce the strain on your eyes and enjoy perfect vision for years to come. Once you do, you will be open to experiencing dramatic vision improvement.
8-EXERCISE FOR EYES TO GET RID OF GLASSES

Causes Of Vision Problems

There 2 causes behind blurry vision 1) aging –weakness in ocular muscles due to age, diabetes etc. and 2) modern living – such as watching TV, working on computers, air conditioning, fluorescent lighting, and lack of exercise. All of these factors put extra strain on your eyesight causing blurry vision.

How To Improve Vision

There’s no denying some people do need to wear glasses due to congenital disorders and serious eye conditions, but most people who wear glasses can improve their vision naturally. Once you start wearing glasses or contact lenses, you continue with your poor vision habits and the lenses increase strain on the eyes. As a result, every year your vision got worse. There are natural options to prevent this.

Do you know that our eye muscles are the hardest working muscle group in the body? It's second to the heart. We use our eyes all the time regardless of whether we're at work, at the gym or relaxing at home. Now the thing is, our eyes are likely to get tired and less efficient over time, and that's exactly why you need to look for ways to improve your eyesight. Your eyes can be more efficient with simple exercises —you'll get to reduce the strain on your eyes, improve focusing and enjoy perfect vision for years to come by stimulate the vision center in brain.

The following eye exercises should help you understand how you can strengthen your ocular muscles to  improve your eyesight and start getting into better vision habits. Once you do, you will be open to experiencing dramatic vision improvement.

Exercise For Eyes To Get Rid Of Glasses 

1.     Directional Eye Exercises to Improve Vision
This is a simple warm-up exercise which stretches your extra ocular muscles. Most people develops the habit of just staring 1-2 feet in front of your face doing at their computer all day long. Flexing the eye muscles will gets you out of the habit of just staring 1-2 feet in front of your face.
Directional Eye Exercises
·        Face straight ahead, then look up as far as you can without moving your head.
·        Then look down. Up, down, up, down.
·        Repeat the same in left, right.
·        Then look at your top right – go as far to the edge of your vision as you can. Then bottom left, and alternate the two again.
·        Finally look top left and alternate with bottom right a few times.
·        Roll your eyes by looking up and then slowly circle 10 times clockwise and 10 times counterclockwise.
Feel the stretch?

2.     Massage your Eyes for Improved Vision
When you massage the eyes, it will improve blood circulation in and around the eyes. Massaging your eyes relax them while reducing strain and tension for better blood flow

     ·        Massage your both the eyelids and temples. Using your thumb knuckles, massage your temples in small circles, 20 times in one direction and 20 in the other.
·        Repeat the same actions above the mid-point of the eyebrows at the forehead, then below the eyes on both sides of the bridge of the nose. 
·        Applying mild pressure on the tear duct will increase moistness and eventually provide relief to tired eyes.

3.     Blinking For Better Vision
Most of us spend a significant amount of time looking at smart-phones, computers, and televisions — these activities prevent you from blinking enough, and that's bad. The act of blinking relaxes and rehydrate the eyes. Dehydrated eyes can lead to blurry vision, headaches and eye strain. That’s because the average blink rate drops from 16-20 blinks per minute to 6-8 bpm while absorbed in the screen.
Blinking Eye
The simple way to combat this is to blink more, and become conscious of the fact when you’ve stopped blinking, especially when working at the computer. You can choose to slow blink or quick blink — both of them are sure to work wonders on your eyes.

Blinking your eye not only lubricates the eye but also refreshes your brain ready to receive new visual data.

4.      Focusing - Eye Exercise
It's also possible to strengthen your eye muscles by performing a simple focus-driven exercise. Focusing on objects which are near and far away from you can help train your eyes for better eyesight. Take your glasses off before performing this exercise.
·        Start by sitting in a comfortable position.
·        Now hold your thumb and let it be 10 inches away from your eyes.
·        Use your eyes to focus on every detail of your thumb for a few seconds.
·        Now look away at any object that is 10 to 20 feet away from you.
·        Focus on the object for a few seconds then return to your thumb.
·        Just repeat the cycle of focusing on your thumb and the far away object.

5.     Zooming Eye Exercise
This is similar to focusing but is designed for people who suffer farsightedness or aging vision.
·        Hold your thumb out at arm’s length and focus on it.
·        Now draw it in until it’s three inches in front of your eyes, maintaining focus all the while.
·        Then move your thumb out again. Do this for a few minutes and you will strengthen your focusing skills (also known as accommodation).
This is really important if you have been relying on glasses to do all the artificial focusing for you.

6.     Figure 8 Tracing for Clear Vision

This is a great exercise to practice controlling the physical movement of your eyes and help them regain their lost flexibility.
      ·        Imagine a giant figure 8 on the floor, about 10 feet in front of you.
·        Trace the figure 8 with your eyes, slowly.
·     Trace it one way for a few minutes and then trace it the other way for a few minutes.
·        Use both the standing and the lying figure 8.

7.     Rolling Your Eyes in a Circle for Improved Vision    
This is yet another exercise that has to do with your imagination.
·        Sit up straight and relax.
·        While seating and closing your eyes, picture a clock in front of you.
·        Now visualize the numbers 12 and 6 while still closing your eyes.
·        Move your eyes down from 12 to 6 in a clockwise rotation be sure to do this 15 to 20 times.

You can visualize new numbers like 3 and 9 repeat the process in a clockwise and counter-clockwise motion.

8.     End your Vision Exercises with Palming
Palming is an eye relaxation exercise when your eyes are feeling worn and tired from being at the computer (or any other near-point).
  ·        Rub your palms together to create heat and cup your hands over your eyes.
   ·        Create a gentle pressure around your orbital bone – or the bone around the eye socket.
   ·        With your eyes closed, stare into the blackness as if you are staring into space. See how far you can focus into the distance. Allow all the residual colors to fade to black.
   ·        Breathe deeply and stay relaxed for 1-2 minutes.
This helps “reset” your vision, allowing your eyes to relax fully and lubricate again. Do this for as long as you like, usually at least 30 seconds is needed. Your eyes will feel rejuvenated when you take your hands away!
                                                                                                      
Take A Mini-Nap To Improve Vision.
v  Getting enough sleep is essential for eye health. Sleep allows your eyes to fully rest, repair, and recover. Insufficient sleep may weaken your vision, so shoot for 8 hours of sound sleep a night.
v  Give your eyes a break once an hour during your workday. Rest your eyes 10 minutes for every 50 minutes spent reading or in front of the computer.

Perform these exercises first in the morning, before bedtime, or any time your eyes feel fatigued. Make sure that your hands are clean and that your mood is relaxed. Commit to daily practice and you may just see better results within one month. 

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