Correct Sujuud one of the best treatments for eyes

Assalam alaikum dear family and friends,

I read this information some where. Found it so good that I want to share it with you all.

If the headache is in front of the head, it’s treatment is sleeping. If it’s on top of the head, it’s treatment is eating and drinking water. If the headache is at the back of the head, then it’s treatment is releasing stress. The treatment of increasing the power of our eye sight. This is very important to those whose eyes are weak and also to everyone. Eyes muscles suffer as days pass by, which will lead them not to be able to have eye contact the accurate way.

In order to restore power in our eyes and keep them always powerful, we need to follow the following sunnah in our salah. We should always keep our eyes open during the sujuud and stand up while looking at the sujuud spot and keep

our eyes focussed on the spot of sujuud through out our salah. The wisdom behind looking at the sujuud spot is that while in rukuu, the eye muscles will pressure the lens to increase vision and while we get up the eye muscles will loosen. While in sujuud the lens will shrink because of the distance between the eyes and the ground. When we get up again it’ll loosen the eye muscles. This practice we are doing each day during our prayer exercising our eye muscles. We can perform it each day 17 times or as much as we want. Our prophet (SAW) was always instructing to open our eyes during

sujuud and now scientists have proven

that this practice works in increasing the power of eye sight. Subhana Allah for this great wisdom of opening our eyes during sujuud. This deserves to be read and shared with others.

Thanks a lot for reading it, and for being with me.

May Allah make this and the hereafter, both the lives easy for us all. Aameen.

Allah Hafiz,



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