Effective Eye Exercises Using Eye Health Care Device
The eye exercises devices in the market stimulates acupuncture points around the eyes and exercise lens and the ciliary muscles through combined physical movement, so as to prevent and cure myopia effectively.
Some devices suggest a 15 minutes eye exercises session a day. , and you can witness the immediate improvement for yourself.
"Minus lenses are the most common approach, yet the least likely to prevent further myopic progression. Unfortunately, they increase the nearpoint stress that is associated with progression." -May, 1984. Optometric Extension Program Foundation.
"The use of compensatory lenses to treat or neutralize the symptoms does not correct the problem. The current education and training of eye care practitioners discourages preventive and remedial treatment." -Gottlieb, 1982. Journal of Optometry and Visual Development.
The Ciliary Body (as in the above picture) consists of bundles of tiny muscles used in accommodation. When the ciliary muscle is relaxed, the choroid acts like a spring pulling on the lens via the zonule fibers causing the lens to become flat. When the ciliary muscle contracts, it stretches the choroid, releasing the tension on the lens and the lens becomes thicker.
Bluured vision is caused by weak ciliary muscle that is unable to adjust the lens enough to see far distances, causing far-off things to be blurred.
The muscle's weakness is usually caused by doing lots of "nearwork", like reading books or using a computer screen.
The eye care device uses eye exercises that enable the Ciliary muscle to exercise by rhythmic shrinking and relaxing repeatedly during the treatment in order to restore its ability of regulating the lens and improve the eyesight immediately.
The use of this eye device is quite easy - look through the viewer with one eye. You would be shown pictures of animals and remember to focus at the same point in each picture. Each image will look blurred at first, then came into focus.
When the image is shapest, it will change to another blurry one. These eye exercises will take five minutes for each eye.
After these eye exercises, massage the seven pressure points near the eyes. This can increase blood supply to the eyes and facilitate alimentation so that the effect of treatment can be further enhanced.
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Eye Exercises For Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)
Amblyopia, commonly known as lazy eye, is the eye condition noted by reduced vision not correctable by glasses or contact lenses and is not due to any eye disease. The brain does not fully acknowledge the images seen by the amblyopic eye. This almost always affects only one eye but may manifest with reduction of vision in both eyes. It is estimated that three percent of children under six have some form of amblyopia.
The most common causes of amblyopia are constant strabismus (constant turn of one eye), anisometropia (different vision/prescriptions in each eye), and/or blockage of an eye due to trauma, lid droop, etc. If one eye sees clearly and the other sees a blur, the good eye and brain will inhibit (block, suppress, ignore) the eye with the blur. Thus, amblyopia is a neurologically active process. The inhibition process (suppression) can result in a permanent decrease in the vision in that eye that can not be corrected with glasses, lenses, or lasik surgery.
The eye device has a feature to treat amblyopia too. When this feature is turned on, it will send sensory signal through the eye to your brain, and try to "re-activate" the brain to see the image sent by the eye.
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