Traditional Chinese medicine believes that the eyes are closely related to the viscera and meridians of the whole body. According to clinical practice, ancient medical experts summarized many simple and effective methods to nourish the eyes and brighten the eyes:
Stand with your feet shoulder width apart and your head slightly tilted. Open your eyes and try to keep your eyes moving (head still). Turn from right to left for 10 times and from left to right for 10 times. Then stop, relax your muscles, and repeat the above exercise for 3 times. This method is best carried out in the garden in the morning, which can wake up the mind and improve the eyesight.
Sit with your back straight, inhale slowly through your nose, hold your nostrils with your right hand, close your eyes tightly, and then exhale slowly through your mouth.
When you get up in the morning, first rub your hands against each other, press one palm against your eyes after your hands are hot, and then press your eyeballs gently with your food and middle finger, or around your eyeballs.
bow head method
Take the body down from the squatting posture, hold the two feet and five toes with both hands, pull them up slightly, and lower their heads as far as possible. This will help raise the essence of the viscera to the head, so as to nourish the eyes and ears.
The above methods can be done alone or in combination with one or two methods. The most important thing is to persevere and achieve results over time.