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Will doing eye exercises improve my vision?

Dr. Robin Miller, MD
Internal Medicine
It may be possible to train your brain to improve your vision, says Robin Miller, MD. In this video she discusses the findings of a research study using a brain-training program and who this might help.
Laura C. Fine, MD
Ophthalmology
Eye exercises will not improve or preserve vision or reduce the need for glasses. Your vision depends on many factors, including the shape of your eye and the health of the eye tissues, none of which can be significantly altered with eye exercises.

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