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The eyes are one of the most essential parts of the human body that we rely on and depend on for carrying out all of our daily activities. The eyes consists of a series of layers or parts. The first layer of the eye is called the sclerotic. This layer is the outer part of our visual system. The second layer is referred to as the choroid. This part of the eyes is also called the middle layer of the eyes. The third part of the eyes is called the retina. This part of the eyes is also referred to as the inner layer of the eyes. One of the essential parts of the eyes is called the ciliary muscle. Therefore, here is the role that the ciliary muscles play in helping us to see clearly.

The ciliary muscle is located behind of the iris. The role played by the ciliary muscles is in the process of accommodation. This is defined as the action of the various eye muscles that control the shape of the eyeball and the lens so we can see distant objects and near objects clearly.The ciliary muscles are also referred to as the focusing muscles of the eyes that play a role in changing the shape of the lens depending on the type of visual activity we are engaging in. For instance, when we are focusing on close up objects such as our smartphones, digital devices and computers, or performing any kind of near work such as reading, studying or typing, the ciliary muscle contracts and the size and shape of our eye lens becomes round. However, in the case of looking at distant objects in such an activity like driving our ciliary muscle relaxes and the shape of the lens becomes flat.

Therefore, this eye muscle is primarily responsible for the focusing mechanism of the eyes and helps us to focus on objects close by and also on other objects in the distance. In the process of performing a lot of close up work our ciliary muscle becomes subjected to a great deal of stress, strain and tension in the visual system. This is due to the fact that the nature of close up work causes this focusing muscle to remain continually in a constant state of contraction. This accumulation of tension in the eyes can wear this muscle out. And with the process of aging this muscle begins to lose its flexibility thereby contributing to the weakening of this eye muscle. As a result, this eye muscle responsible for the focusing ability of the eyes loses its strength and becomes weak thereby contributing to poor eyesight and the development of vision conditions.

An eye exercise program to improve your vision naturally can restore the flexibility and the focusing power of the eyes. This is a sign of the wonderful resilience of the human eye for healing and repair. The regular and diligent practice of these techniques can strengthen the visual system and restore its ability to perform important vision functions such as the ability to focus on near objects and far objects clearly. Ultimately, with the practice of these easy, simple and fun eye exercise techniques you can achieve better natural vision without glasses.



Source by Joel Travers King