13. Sniff Sniff
You know how food tastes funny when you have a cold? That’s because what you smell is part of what you taste. According to Dr. Alan Hirsch, Director of the Smell & Taste Treatment & Research Foundation, it’s also part of how you see. “Aromatic arousal can greatly improve awareness, which is integral to vision.” He says that jasmine helps you focus and see more clearly, while peppermint and vanilla improve your awareness and visual tracking.

14. The Bates Method
Dr. William Bates believed that most vision problems resulted from people using their eyes incorrectly. He developed the Bates Method—techniques for people to retrain their eyes and do away with the need for glasses. So if you want to ditch your glasses but LASIK makes you nervous, you may want to check this out.

15. Not Exactly Pushups
Finally, one of the most basic tips on how to improve your eyesight is to workout your eyes like you do the rest of your body. Incorporating a few simple eye exercises into your routine will keep your vision sharp.