short-sightedness: best options?
this is random why I decided to ask this but:
Ive been wearing glasses for the past 5 years. Im now 16>17.
im -325* shortsighted (it has been staying like this for a long time) so i can do without glasses but i just wont be able to read anything.
ive heard that contact lenses are bad for eyes especially im not over 18 and so as laser eye surgery (not good for young ppl and expensive and risky).
is there actually some way of me getting my eyesight back, naturally, or do i have to continue wearing glasses?
You can try doing exercises to improve your vision. I recently started doing eye exercises to try to improve my vision. I created a blog where I record my progress with the exercises.
My vision is 20/400, which is really poor.
Other people have posted comments about their experiences as well. You can check it out at:
Here are some articles with some useful tips:
And here is a good vitamin/nutrient supplement for your eyes:
Hope this helps…
I got punched in the eye, is it normal for the vision to be blurry?
Saturday night I was punched in the eye, the punch hit my eye glasses, and it broke some of the bones around my eye-socket and some sinus bones. Half of my face swelled up, and the swelling is now receding and I can open the eye again (I wasn’t able to after it happened), but the eyesight out of that eye is considerably more blurry then it is out of the other eye.
I look in the mirror and there is a stripe of blood inside the eye outside the pupil, I figured that’s probably just a broken blood vessel. I’m naturally near-sighted which is why I wear glasses, but normally without glasses i can see things close fine, but now even near things are blurry (but it seems to improve with time) out of that eye.
I’d strongly recommend getting that looked at.
There are a number of structures that can be damaged by excess pressure in the eye.
Should i wear glasses or not?
i heve 0.5 negative dioptre lenses on both eye some people say if you wear glasses your defect will be permanent
It depends on how you feel (headaches, etc.), see and the cause of it. Some people only have pseudo myopia because they are using their near vision too much (computer without blinking, staying too close to the screen, reading book at less than 30cm).
If you have bad habits (use your near vision too much), you could just see if it improves with time by changing them.
Wearing glasses or not wearing them will not change your eyesight, it will change naturally. If it improves, it wasn’t real myopia, if it worsens, it’s what happens for most people who are nearsighted no matter what they do with their glasses.
Don’t wear them for near vision though, if you feel the need to use them. It is not necessary.
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