There is growing evidence that you can improve eye health and reduce or eliminate vision problems through simple techniques, such as healthy eating and regular exercise. I know that today everyone who is closely related to health and wellness is promoting healthy nutrition and exercise, and now ophthalmologists are taking action too.
Eyecare research from opticians
In a clinical study in 1982, a subject reported the nutritional experience gained during the 21-day experiment. All participants eliminated red meat, alcohol, sugar, dairy and processed foods from their diet. They eat fresh fruits, vegetables and at least chicken and fish. It also encourages the use of soy products, beans and grains.
Judging from the evidence cited in the recorded results and communication with researchers around the world, the ciliary (focusing) muscles appear to be sensitive to fluctuations in blood sugar. There is a case of a fourteen-year-old girl who learns to use the natural adaptability of vision, so she avoids wearing glasses. Her natural vision health rating is 76.5%. One day she arrived at the clinic, where they used soda water for eye training and examination. Before she drank the soda, they recorded the level of natural vision health with her eyes open. Then they asked her to drink soda. Within 15 minutes, her vision health dropped to 58.5%.
Diet thus affects the health of the eye
These reports are very common. The intake of certain foods by sensitive people seems to cause allergic reactions, which can be reflected in the function of the eyes. These sugary and fatty foods seem to cause chemical changes that are registered by the eyes.
The foods you eat can affect your vision due to the response of other organs in the body to the diet. Forcing your heart, lungs, liver, and kidneys to work overtime to process the food you eat, your eyes will suffer. For example, the liver purifies the blood before delivering nutrients to various parts of the body. When you eat fatty foods, the liver must be overloaded and residual waste can eventually get into the bloodstream and eventually get into the eyes. In a sense, the blood vessels and other parts of the eyes can be thought of as rubbish dumps. The eyes can only be as healthy as the content and purity of blood.
Exercise can prevent low vision
Exercise (especially aerobic exercise) causes your heart to pump more blood to all parts of your body. As a result, the blood in the eyes is flushed out, which irritates the eyes. In this way, the nerve is better able to send fast and accurate messages.
Over the years, many eye clinics have received a large number of reports from patients that their percentage of visual adaptation has changed when participating in aerobic exercise. Long-distance runners report that the brightness is high without lenses. Students with a natural 100% adaptability of vision consider how much they can keep reading after an aerobic workout. Compared to non-exercise days, video terminal operators who exercise during lunch have less eye strain at the end of the day.
We have seen how the Bushman incorporates the natural habits of good nutrition and exercise into his daily work. What about your own lifestyle? In the past, you may have been too busy to make way for similar practices in your day-to-day work. However, our understanding of the adaptability of vision makes it even more important that you pay careful attention to the foods you eat and that you set aside time for exercise.