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Convergence Eye Exercises



Sophie, India

How the Convergence Eye Exercises Improve Eyesight

These eye exercises will help improve eyesight by working on fusion and 3D vision, encouraging the eyes to work together as a team.

They also strengthen the eye’s extraocular muscles and help to train the fine motor skills needed for good vision. Over time the brain will learn to use both eyes more equally.

Jesper, Sweden

Convergence Eye Exercises Summary

The Convergence eye exercise involves first looking at two similar or identical objects. Then, by converging the eyes  (crossing the eyes inwards) a third more pronounced, central image will emerge.

In advanced stages of this exercise you can move this image around to strengthen the eye muscles even further.

Convergence Eye Exercises Step-By-Step

Eye Exercise 1 – Three Fingers

  1. Dourbling Richard WebRemove any corrective lenses i.e glasses and contact lenses.
  2. Hold up two fingers about 5 to 6 inches apart.
  3. Cross your eyes to make the illusion of a third finger in between.
  4. Once the image is stabilized move your fingers in a circle in both directions while maintaining the image of a third finger.

Eye Exercise 2 – Presbyopia/Convergence Charts

  1. Presbyopia ChartsRemove any corrective lenses i.e glasses and contact lenses.
  2. Print off the Presbyopia/Convergence Charts found on our Store Page or make your own.
  3. Cross the eyes to make the illusion that a third image is appearing in between.
  4. Once stabilized hold the fused image for as long a possible making sure you blink and breathe.
  5. You can now move the chart in a circle while trying to hold the fused third image.