Simple Ways to Improve Eyesight with Fluid Isometrics

simple ways to improve eyesightIt’s pretty common to resort to reading glasses or to receive a poor eye diagnosis because of “old age.” We have a simple way to improve eyesight with Fluid Isometrics and Block Therapy.

What does aging really mean for your body? It means you have slower less efficient blood flow throughout your body, and because of this your tissue doesn’t get all the nutrients it needs.

Because our eyes are above our heart, the body has to work harder to get the blood there. A neat fact I learned from Jayne Kadynuik BA, NHC, MHH (Herbal and Nutritional Consultant) at The Herbal Market here in Winnipeg is that when other systems of our body, like the digestive system, are not functioning well, the body takes nutrients from our eyes to make up for the imbalance.

Not exactly what I had expected to hear, but very interesting. So what can we do if our eyes are degenerating?

1) Massage your neck, face and eyes to melt the fascia and restore the blood flow. Please click here to see video instruction or watch below.

2) Find someone who can give all your body systems a once over to get them functioning efficiently like Jayne at The Herbal Market.

3) In yoga they teach that inverting 10 minutes a day can greatly benefit all the systems of your body. Some ways of inverting are yoga inversion positions, an inversion table or simply on a couch.

If you have any questions regarding Simple Ways to Improve Eyesight with Fluid Isometrics and Block Therapy please feel free to contact us directly or leave a comment below. 

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