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Possibly The Weirdest Way To Improve Eyesight

Possibly The Weirdest Way To Improve Eyesight

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Last Reviewed: May 1, 2019

Professionally Reviewed by
Dr. Gary L. Bodiford
Ophthalmologist

Professionally Reviewed by
Dr. Andrew Simon
Chiropractor

Remember that meditation is good for your eyes? That the effect meditation on your brain is beneficial for your eyesight and health? That slowing down the mind is incredibly valueable for your entire being?

Last week, I had an alternative for you. Because sitting still to meditate for 15 - 20 minutes may be too much for you... that alternative was coloring-in!

Yes! And if you thought that was a funny alternative, you haven't seen anything yet.

Today we have another activity for you that will have the same effect on your brain. Slowing it down, helping you to relax. Helping you to build up defences against stress and all the negative health impact that comes with it.

It's a simple activity that may be the reason why some of our grandmothers lived so long and had so much patience...

Remember your grandmother. The patient, kind, loving woman. The one that loved to sit in a rocking chair...

What did she like to do?

Knitting!

Yes, research has uncovered that knitting will help your mind to slow down. It has huge health benefits for your brain, body, and eyesight. It will help you to build up a wall that let's stress just bounce right off you.

So, if it's too hard for you to sit on you butt. If it's too hard for you to try to slow down your mind for just a few minutes per day... then stock up on some knitting gear and make yourself a new sweater for winter.

Don't know how to do it?

Bad excuse in the 21st century... that's why god invented YouTube... so you have no excuses left!

Just search for what you want to know... here, I did a search for you already! Enjoy:

Now, go to Amazon and check out some knitting beginners kits. It will also make a perfect present for anyone else you know who is too stressed out and can't control their temper...

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Professionally Reviewed by
Dr. Gary L. Bodiford
Ophthalmologist

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Professionally Reviewed by
Dr. Andrew Simon
Chiropractor

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