Vision Exercises for Other Eye Problems
Vision exercises for other eye problems, and the tests for these eye problems can be found here. I hope you'll find them very useful, just like many of my friends do.
Knowing the symptoms, perform the various tests for these eye disorders can help you avoid or reduce the vision problems.
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Farsightedness, is a common vision problem, affecting about a fourth of the population. People with hyperopia can see distant objects very well, but have difficulty seeing objects that are up close.
Lazy Eye (Also known as Amblyopia) is the natural consequence of long-term disuse or suppression of an eye. It should be noted that severe congenital visual defects in both eyes, if not corrected in time, may result in laziness of both the eyes.
Astigmatism is a visual defect which is caused by an irregularity in the surface of either the cornea or the crystalline lens.
Convergence Insufficiency is a common condition that is characterized by a person's inability to maintain proper binocular eye alignment on objects as they approach from distance to near.
Presbyopia is an eye condition that typically occurs after the age of forty. Loss of elasticity in the lens of the eyes is the main cause of Presbyopia.
The vision of a person with suppression in one eye could be thought of as one dimensional. He finds it difficult to judge the location of an object in space correctly.
Binocular vision is vision in which both eyes are used together.
Squint (also known as crossed eyes or Strabismus) describes the situation where the eyes move out of the aligned state when they are dissociated.
Macular degeneration of eyes causes significant vision loss in thousands of people each year, and there are few treatment options at this time.
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