multi-dimensional visual eye gymnastics not only has a good preventive and therapeutic effect on early myopia, but also has a good auxiliary effect on the treatment of myopia in the middle and later stages.
the first section of the far and near point visual movement
preparatory action: clench your hands, erect your index finger, place it 10cm away from your eyes, and the distance between your index fingers is 6cm. The left eye looks at the tip of the left index finger, and the right eye looks at the tip of the right index finger.
1. Beat 1. Pull your hands to the left and right sides with the beat until your eyes can’t see your fingers (see Figure 2). Beat 2 returns to the preparatory action (see Figure 1). Repeat twice (i.e. repeat the actions of beat 1 and beat 2 for beat 3 and beat 4 respectively).
2. Beat 5: the left hand extends forward and the arm is straight, The index fingers of the left and right hands and the bridge of the nose are in the same straight line (see Figure 3). At this time, the eyes look at the near index finger tip (i.e. the right index finger tip), look at the distant index finger tip (i.e. the left index finger tip), and two virtual images of the left finger appear at the far end. 3. Beat 6. The right hand also extends forward parallel to the left hand, and the distance between the index fingers of the two hands is 6cm (see Fig. 4), look at the left and right index finger tips with both eyes.
4. Beat 7. Retract your left hand to 10 cm in front of the bridge of your nose, look at the near index finger tip (i.e. the left index finger tip), look at the distant index finger tip (i.e. the right index finger tip) with your remaining light, and two virtual images of your right finger appear at the far end.
5. Beat 8. Retract your right hand and return to start the preparatory action.
6. The second 8 beats, the right hand comes out first at beat 5, and the others are the same as above.
7. Repeat the above two eight beats three times for the next six eight beats.
do eight eight beat
section II left and right circular line visual movement
preparatory action: put your right hand behind you, clench your fist with your left hand, erect your index finger and put it on the top left of your head.
1. For the first 8-beat, draw “∞” from the top left (see Figure 5), and draw a “∞” for two beats.
2. For the second 8-beat, put your left hand behind you, draw “∞” with your right hand, and draw “∞” from the top right (see Figure 6). For the third 8-beat,
, change your left hand, and so on.
Do eight eight beat
preparatory actions for the third multi-directional visual movement
: the same as the preparatory actions in the first section. This section takes every two 8 beats as a set of movements. How do your eyes move?
1. The first 8 beats:
(1) beat 1, the left hand extends directly above (see Figure 7), beat 2 returns to the preparatory action (2) beat 3, the right hand extends directly below (see Figure 8), and beat 4 returns to the preparatory action. (3) beat 5, the left hand pulls away to the left (see Figure 9), and beat 6 returns to the preparatory action (4) Beat 7: pull your right hand to the right (see Figure 10), beat 8 returns to the preparatory action.
2. The second 8 beats:
(1) beat 1: the left hand extends 45 degrees to the left (see Figure 11), beat 2 returns to the preparatory action. (2) beat 3: the right hand extends 45 degrees to the right, and beat 4 returns to the preparatory action (see Fig. 12). (3) in beat 5, the right hand extends 45 degrees to the right (see Fig. 13), and beat 6 returns to the preparatory action. (4) in beat 7, the left hand extends 45 degrees to the left (see Fig. 14), and beat 8 returns to the preparatory action.
do eight eight beats in total.
in the fourth section, light and shade alternate visual movement
Preparatory action: hands drooping naturally, Stand upright (see Figure 15).
1. Beat 1. Close your eyes naturally (see Figure 16)
2. Beat 2. Put your hands and fingers together and cover your eyes in a hollow shape (see Figure 17).
3. Beat 3. Straighten your arms forward, put your hands up, and your index fingers are parallel to your eyes, with a spacing of 6cm (see Figure 18).
4. Beat 4, open your eyes, Look at the left and right index finger tips with the left and right eyes respectively (see Figure 19)
5. Repeat the beat 1 ~ 4 actions in turn.
do eight eight beat multi-dimensional visual “eye gymnastics” according to the movement principle of
The principle of multi-dimensional visual eye gymnastics exercises the eye muscles by moving the eyes. The exercise is divided into four sections, mainly exercising six extraocular muscles, ciliary muscles and pupil sphincter. Section I: far and near point visual movement far and near point visual movement uses the principle of image flexibility and peripheral vision to expand peripheral vision, enhance the flexibility of both eyes, improve visual quality, and play an important role in preventing myopia. When the fingers of both hands point to both sides and stretch out, it can expand the perception of peripheral vision when looking at the fingers with the remaining light of the eyes. When the fingers are arranged in front and back, during the alternating process of looking close and looking far, the ciliary muscle regulating lens also thickens and thins, so as to exercise the child’s ability to look far and look close, and can timely alleviate the child’s visual fatigue after long-term close eye use. Section 2 of
: left and right circular line visual motion. The left and right circular line visual motion makes the eyes follow the fingers according to the principle of visual tracking and eye hand coordination. While constantly rotating the eyeball and exercising the extraocular muscles, it also trains the binocular visual following ability, which can improve the dynamic visual quality and prevent myopia. Visual tracking gives our eyes the ability to track the trajectory of objects. This training can make us see fast-moving objects more clearly. Section 3 of
: multi-directional visual movement, eye rotation, looking at 9 different directions respectively, mainly trains eye movement and visual focusing ability, so that the focal length of both eyes can quickly and accurately convert between objects in different directions and distances, so as to alleviate visual fatigue and prevent myopia. This kind of binocular conversion ability between objects in different directions and distances is depth perception. This visual ability can quickly and accurately judge the distance and speed of objects.
section 4: alternating light and shade visual motion alternating light and shade visual motion is designed according to the principle of motion vision of instantaneous vision and contrast. When both eyes feel the light changes of alternating light and dark, the contractile ability of pupil sphincter and ciliary muscle is exercised, which can not only effectively