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Your Questions About Eye Exercises For Better Vision

May 9, 2012

Paul asks…

does wearing glasses actually weaken or strengthen vision??

if the you wear glasses all the time the eye muscles don’t have to do much exercising…………beacause all the work is done for them. but then strainign sin’t good either is it? I dunno. i really am anot sure please any help would be most appreciated thanks ‘gain

admin answers:

Vision has little to do with muscles-it is the shape of the orb itself. That’s why in LASIK they reshape part of the eye. Not wearing your glasses/contacts will do nothing other than give you a headache from squinting.

Jenny asks…

convergence insufficiency?

i went to my eye therapist and she told me that my eye convergence has gone. She tested it out and it all came normal. I have been doing the exercises for 2 months now. My eye age was 46 i am 14 but it went down dramatically. She has referred me to an ophthalmologist because my blurry vision is still giving me a a problem. The symptoms were pretty bad last week but it got better however my blepharitis has started bothering me, probably from the strain. Why do you think my eyes are still having blurred vision

admin answers:

If you are engaged in “vision therapy” you are wasting your time. It will do nothing for you. Convergence training (i.e. ‘pencil pushups’) work well for convergence insufficiency, but only need to be done a few times daily. “My eye age was 46″ is gibberish as well as meaningless.

If you have blepharitis, lid hygiene will help immensely. Washing your eyelids daily will remove the junk that builds up on them, as well as making sure that the oils your glands produce remain in the oil form. You should notice your blurred vision improving by practicing these simple techniques.

Stop seeing this “eye therapist” immediately.

John asks…

Pseudotumor Cerebri question.?

I was diagnosed about 3 months ago. After having my spinal tap and being given diamox, my vision went back to normal and the pain behind my right eye stopped. I have even lost 5% of my body weight and have been exercising, drinking water, eating better etc. However, I woke up this morning and my vision in my right eye is going and I had the pain behind it again.

I have a doctor’s apt 2 weeks from yesterday. I am not sure if I should call the doctor tomorrow or just let it wait for a couple of weeks since I know what is wrong and have the meds. What else could they really do?? I have seen online that having the paid and the vision loss can be an emergency- should I go? Or should I call the after hours number for the doctor?

admin answers:

You should go to the Emergency Room and have your pressure checked as soon as possible.

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Your Questions About Eye Exercises For Better Vision

February 29, 2012

Donald asks…

Is this eye exercise really beneficial?

And if so, what are it’s benefits ?

Many people tell me about an exercise where you focus your eyes on the tip point of a pen or a sharpened pencil at a distance, and then slowly bring it closer, till the vision gets blurry, and then holding it for as long as you can, and then gradually take the pen to the original distance, and repeat.

Is this really any good ?

Thank you so very much for your time and effort.

God bless.

admin answers:

Nope. There are no exercises that can maintain or improve eyesight.

Maria asks…

Blurring your vision on purpose – good, bad, or neither?

I have always been able to focus my vision closer without crossing my eyes, resulting in blurred vision for any object more than a foot or so away, although I can control just how blurry things get. This is a great trick for me because I don’t like the scary parts of movies and I don’t want to look goofy covering my eyes, but I want to know if this is safe to do on a regular basis. If it is using a muscle, (I guess the ciliary muscles) wouldn’t it be a good thing to exercise that muscle?

admin answers:

It’s not good to use the muscle if it’s going to make your vision blurry. It will get conditioned to stay blurry after awhile.

You won’t look goofy not looking at sary parts of movies. :-)

Nancy asks…

anyone ever managed to…?

improve their eyesight? e.g. using eye exercises (vision therapy)

did it work for you, what were your results like? how long did it take until u saw good results??


admin answers:

- splash clean water in your eyes at least 3 times a day
- avoid playing computer/mobile games
- eat ur vegs (especially carrots)
- while watching TV keep ur eye and the screen on the same (parallel) level
- never read a book while lying down (sleeping)
- don’t eat too much eggs
- don’t stare guys too much…he..he….

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Your Questions About Eye Exercises To Improve Vision

February 3, 2012

Joseph asks…

Is there any eye exercises to improve my vision?

admin answers:

Here’s a link…it has worked for me

William asks…

i’m sportsman?I’m gettin blurred vision now?Want eye exercises to improve my vision?i dont want to wear SPECKS?

help me i want few eye exercises to get gud vision

admin answers:

First of all if you have permanent blurred vision you need to see an optician, if it’s occasional you need to see your doctor.

If your eyesight is deteriorating naturally you have only two options, firstly contact lenses, many sportsmen wear them or secondly corrective eye surgery, your optician is the best person to advise you.

There are no eye exercises that can improve your vision.

James asks…

any eye exercise to improve vision naturally?

can i get my vision back by any exercise?
i’m 18 yr old and i have near sightedness.there is -7 dioptre in left eye and -3 in right eye.can i cure by any exercise.

admin answers:

The first 3 people who answered are ignorant on this subject. I can say for sure that it is possible because I am in the process of restoring my eyesight. I’m using the natural vision improvement program. There are other books/programs available but I wouldn’t recommend anything else since I am not familiar with it. The thing that you have to know is you can’t just do a few excercises and throw away your glasses. It takes time and dedication.

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New Studies Show That Cross-Linking Helps Keratoconus

October 23, 2011

Unfortunately one in every thousand people suffers from Keratoconus, a progressive degenerative eye disorder which results in the cornea thinning out into a curve instead of its original cone shape. However, now a successful brand new system called cross-linking helps keratoconus by halting the regression of the disorder.

Affecting the patients vision, symptoms typically show themselves by sensitivity to light, seeing multiple images, and blurring or streaking of the eyesight. As it is often diagnosed in the earlier years of life, usually during eye examinations, it unfortunately, until now, gradually but progressively worsens with each passing decade.

If it affects both eyes then this can have a serious effect on the quality for the sufferers life having adverse outcome such as the ability to drive or read. In most of the cases, especially if the patient only has the condition in one eye, contact lenses, or corneal ring segments are sufficient enough to address the problem short term, although if the condition becomes worse than surgery will be the only option.

Now for the first time ever there is hope in the form of Corneal Collagen Cross-linking which slows and even halts the progression of this disabling condition.

The procedure itself is quick and simple. It uses a special light known as UVA which reacts with a solution of Riboflavin to produce new stronger collagen strands in the stroma. A topical anaesthetic is enough to carry out the operation in about an hour. The solution of Riboflavin is dropped into the eyeball after the cornea has been gently scratched to allow faster absorption. The UVA light is then shone directly into the eye which begins the process. It is reported to be painless although there is the same sensation as having a foreign body inside the eye and the eyeball itself can become a little red and sore.

After antibiotic ointment is applied the corneal surface heals very quickly. The patient needs to wear an eye pad overnight but any mild discomfort only lasts for 1-2 days and can be managed easily by over the counter pain relief.

Studies have all shown that cross-linking helps keratoconus and that it halts the decline of the cornea. With this positive news, corneal transplantation surgery might become a thing of the past.

Rajesh Khanna, M.D. has more interesting articles on keratoconus treatments, checkout his keratoconus help site and checkout Lasik correction at Khanna Institute


Visual Training for your Eyes

September 15, 2011
By These visual exercises from EyeDefender are designed to prevent eyestrain, blurred vision, headaches, and sore eyes resulting from working on a computer for hours.
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