Yoga for Eyes: Do these yogasanas daily to increase weak eyesight
Yoga for Eyes: Working on the screen for hours has a bad effect on the eyes. In such a situation, you can do these yogasanas regularly to increase your eyesight.
Chakrasana - Lie down on your back. Bend your legs at your knees and make sure that your feet are firmly on the floor. Keeping your palms facing the sky, bend your hands at the elbows. Roll your arms over the shoulders and place your palms on the floor on either side of your head. Inhale, apply pressure to your palms and feet and raise your entire body to form an arch. Look back and relax your neck as you gently lower your head back. Stay in this posture for some time and then come back to the same position.
Halasana - Lie down on your back. Place your palms on the floor next to your body. Using your abdominal muscles, raise your legs 90 degrees. Press your palms firmly on the floor and let your feet go behind your head. Let your middle and lower back rise off the floor to touch your toes behind. Try to bring your chest as close to your chin as possible. Stay in this posture for some time and then come back to the same position.
Bakasana - Begin in margariasana. Lean forward and place your palms flat in front of your feet but slightly away from them. Your fingers should be facing forward. Keep your elbows straight and keep your knees as close to the side as possible. Lean forward in such a way that all the weight of your body falls on your hands. Balance and slowly lift both your feet off the ground. Bring your feet together. Straighten your hands as much as possible. Stay in this posture for some time and then come back to the same position.
Sarvangasana - Begin by lying on your back. Keep your hands next to your body. Slowly lift your feet off the floor and keep them perpendicular to the floor and keep your feet towards the sky. Slowly lift your pelvis up and back off the floor. Lift your hands off the floor and place your palms on your back. Try to get a straight line between your shoulders, torso, pelvis, legs. Try to touch your chin to your chest and focus your eyes on your feet.