Friday, September 25, 2020

Natural Vision Correction

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Holistic natural vision correction is an excellent approach to naturally enhancing the ability to see clearly. Vision care involves more that the occasional visit to the eye doctor. It is an ongoing process that involves lifestyle habits that promote eye health.

Vision and the Brain

It is important to recognize that vision is a mental process that occurs primarily in the brain. Eyes are receptors that take in information from the surrounding environment. This information is translated in the mind using an intricate system.

Light is the fundamental conduit for the vision process. The eyes take in information through light. The brain takes the reflective light and organizes it into a visual representation of the individual’s surroundings. Perception relies greatly on the relationship between the mind and the eyes.

How it works

When a person begins to lose eyesight, he or she may seek help by seeing an eye doctor who simply prescribes corrective lenses. However, this approach is unnatural, and it may lead to future eye problems. The trouble with corrective lenses is that they can make eyes weak, leading to a dependency on the lenses.

Gradually, the person wearing glasses find that stronger lenses are necessary. This is because the eyes are weakening, as they are not allowed to focus naturally. Natural vision correction seeks to help the eyes to see more clearly without the unnatural use of corrective lenses.

Benefits

The benefits of this approach are great considering the importance of vision. People using the vision correction techniques have an opportunity to exercise their eyes and their brains. This leads to clearer thinking, improvement in hand-eye coordination, and a great improvement in harmony with surroundings.

  • Improved far sightedness
  • Improved nearsightedness
  • Less strain on the eyes
  • Reduced eyeglass dependence
  • Focus faster
  • Better depth perceptin
  • Improved balance

Methods and Techniques

Dr W.H. Bates initially developed aspects of the holistic natural vision correction techniques during the 1920s. The Bates Method is the fundamental component to the approach today. The methods and techniques used involve creating vision habits that are conducive to better eye health. Healthy Vision Habits offers viable techniques to exercise the eyes while adopting habits that can be effective in promoting better vision. Education is a primary element in the process.

Each individual has unique vision needs, and a professional trained to instruct natural correction techniques is a necessity. People have the option of having private instruction, workshops, or classes that teach specific techniques suitable for the individual.

Who can Benefit?

People who have the following conditions may benefit from using vision correction lessons.

  • Near or far sighted
  • Astigmatism
  • Presbyopia
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Headaches from eye strain
  • Glaucoma
  • Macular degeneration
  • Eye disease
  • Computer eye strain
  • Amblyopia
  • Strabismus

Other eye-related conditions can be improved using the holistic approach as well. Discussing the approach with a physician is an excellent way to determine if the natural correction strategy is right for your specific needs.

1 COMMENT

  1. Chi

    Asthenopia occurs when the eyes get fatigued and blurred. Followings are its causes or situations: (1) when it is too bright or dark; (2) when object moves too fast; (3) after watching TV or computer screen for so long a time; (4) when the air is polluted and the climate is dry.

    There are six types of eye strains viewed from the oriental medicine: (1) when the water in the body gets stagnated and then the body fluids – phlegm which is not made from the normal physiological reactions – is made. Its symptoms are fatigued eyes, trembling eyelids, feeling heavy in the head or nausea; (2) when the tiredness gets severer from mental stress, some flower-shaped objects are seen and gets gloomy; (3) when the blood lacks in the liver and the heart, it gives some feelings like foreign body in the eyes and dry and hard eyes; (4) when the digestive function weakens and the proper nutrition supply is not made, the more people try to see certain object clearly, the harsher the weariness gets; (5) when the blood lacks in the liver and the semen is in short supply in the kidneys, the eyes and lips become dry, tired. If severer, people sweat much during the sleep in the night; (6) when aging or overwork don’t properly provide thermal energy to the eyes, people gets sensitive to the cold and night urine becomes frequent.

    Other than the cases of (1), (2) among the six, the rest of them are required to be cured with herbal medicines that supplement blood, semen, digestive activities and thermal energy in the kidneys.

    In the oriental medicine, one of the best herbal ingredients for these symptoms has been the fruit of a mulberry. When it fully ripens, its color turns purple and tastes sweet. For medical purpose, it should be collected between the late spring and early summer, and then it gets dried and steamed to be used.

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Jonathan
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