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Rather than tracking down moving objects such as balls, animals Vision 20/20 Protocol Ebook or even each other they're following the movements of a cursor only a foot or so from their eyes. The best solution for them and for us is getting a range of motion for our eyes. My basic principle is that life itself is a range of motion. So, if you work at the computer, try to position it by a window if possible. Then, from time to time, take your eyes off the computer screen and focus out into the distance.
As far as you can. This, in effect, puts your eyes through a range of motion. If you can't do that, simply extend your arm straight out in front of you and look at your finger. Then look at the furthest object in the room you are in. Focus back and forth between the two points. If at all possible go outside during your breaks. Look out into the distance and focus your eyes on a number of different objects, moving them in a variety of directions... left, right, and up and down.
This further puts your eyes through a range of motion. And, if the sun is out you get some bonus points for vitamin D! I've written two books, am working on a third, and spend several hours a day in front of the computer. I'm also eligible for my senior citizens card and I still don't wear glasses. I think it's because I've been consciously putting my eyes through a range of motion all of my life.