As a parent you see your child growing up every day right in front of your eyes. More than likely you’ll be the first person to potentially spot a problem your child might be having with their vision. The sooner you can notice behaviors that relate to their eyes, the sooner you can get them to a pediatrician and eventually to a more specialized pediatric ophthalmologist for help in fixing the problem.
Many people believe that eye exercises can help improve vision or treat eye conditions.
Although there is limited evidence to suggest that eye exercises can actually enhance vision, eye exercises can help with eye strain, certain eye conditions, and overall well-being.
Eye exercises can be particularly helpful for people who experience digital eye strain, which is related to the prolonged use of computers.
Read on to learn about seven eye exercises.