The Eye Exercises Blog is my mini journal about eye exercises and eye health. It
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-- Shares with you the best eye exercises which you can do to improve eyesight naturally
-- Tells you up-to-date information on different vision disorders and what you can do to treat them.
-- Recommends products which I had personally used and find beneficial for eye health.
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I remember as a child in the Philippines, my mother used my own urine to heal my pink eye. It does work!
Whem i was a kid i got this it ia called as madras eve in our area while i woke up in the morning my both eyes were sealed from a white coloured thing
Corneal abrasion is a scratch on the cornea which may lead to eye infection that can cause permanent blindness. Learn what causes it, the symptoms and treatments available.
If you are a frequent computer user, these are 12 tips that you should know to reduce computer eye strain now.
We all know of the old tale that carrots can improve eyesight. Are carrots good for your eyesight or just pure myth? Discover the real link between carrots and eyesight. How it is related to WWII.
Blepharitis is an inflammation of the eyelid. Learn more about what causes it, the symptoms and how to get it treated.
Do you know that you can use acupressure to improve eyesight? Acupressure is an easy and self help therapy technique. Learn how to use these 17 acupressure points to improve eyesight now.
Can pinhole glasses improve your vision? Find out the science of pinhole and how others are using them to improve their eyesight.
You often heard of people wanting to get back their 20/20 vision. But what does 20/20 means? Find out more here and how to convert diopters to the 20/20 scales
Light sensitivity, also known as photophobia, is a condition where any sources of light becomes intolerable to your eyes. Learn the causes and how to treat it here.