Projects Worked on Natural Vision Improvement Exercise

 

1. Modern ophthalmologic approach about eyesight.

 

 

Along with the advancement of medical science, ophthalmology has progressed considerably within the last couple of decades. Now, we can determine diseases like glaucoma, optic atrophy, retinal detachment, squint etc easily by using technological support.

 

But, this scientific invention does not ensure safe, side effect free treatment even today. And thus, doctors cannot guarantee or boldly say complete success of their treatment for the diseases mentioned here.

 

Conventional treatment for refractive error –

 

Wearing spectacles or contact lens for constant use: it temporarily helps the person see but within a few days the power of the eyes starts increasing. Patient gradually becomes so dependant on spectacles that he/she cannot see anything without it. Doctors prescribe spectacles to correct vision but it actually harms vision strongly in the long run and leads to surgery.

 

 

Conventional belief and erroneous advices on eyesight:–

 

 

1 Glasses prevent and cure eye defects

 

 

While prescribing glasses patients are made to believe that the use of glasses will prevent the eye defect or check further deterioration; but within a short time they experience that in spite of the use of glasses according to the prescription the sight has gone worse. In 90% of the cases who depend on the use of glasses, the defect in eyesight goes on increasing and the glasses are frequently changed which does not happen if natural vision improvement exercises are done.

 

2 Eyesight deteriorate as the age advances

 

The belief that eyesight deteriorate as the age advances is wrong. The eyes are one of the sense organs which should be taken care through natural vision improvement exercises. When other sense organs like ears, nose etc, do not become defective or old as the age advances, then why would the eye? Could nature leave the organ of sight defectively developed when most of the functions of life depended on the eye? Everyone can keep up good eyesight throught life like other senses by the practice of relaxation methods or natural vision improvement exercises for a few minutes. If persons, who find themselves getting presbyopic age, would instead of restoring to glasses, practice reading the finest print they can find, the idea that the eyesight declines as a result of growing old would die a natural death.

 

3 Reading of fine prints is bad for the eyes

 

It is general belief that reading of fine print is harmful for the eyes. In fact, fine print is a benefit to the eyes while large print is a menace. Reading of fine print, when it can be done without discomfort, has invariably proved to be beneficial, and dimmer the light in which it can be read and closer to the eyes it can be held, the greater the benefit. The reason is that fine print cannot be read in a dim light and close to the eyes unless the eyes are relaxed, whereas large print can be read in a good light and at ordinary reading distance although the eyes may be under a strain. When fine print can be read under adverse conditions is improved vastly. One should read fine print daily in good light and in candle light.

 

4 Reading in dim light or in candle light is bad for eyes

 

It is an erroneous belief that reading under dim light or in candle light is bad for eyes. Doctors advise patients to read under sufficient light /bright light to keep vision normal. But, they don't mention that brighter light causes strain constantly to our eyes.

 

Think of the days, when electricity did not come, people used to do their normal work under candle light but hardly suffered with eye problem. Actually, reading under dim light or candle light relieves strain and discomforts: it relaxes all muscles.

 

So, everyone should read under dim or candle light at least 30 minutes a day.

 

2. How our eyes work for distance and near simultaneously?

 

In many respects we can compare our eyes with a camera. Camera has a lens which can focus for distance and near, eye also have an inter-ocular lens which can focus for near and distance. If we compare with a camera film to our retina there will not be a great difference between the two.

 

We can find from the anatomy of eyeball that there are four rectus and two oblique muscles which hold our eyeball. The fundamental work of four rectus muscles is to move eyeball up, down, left and right. Two oblique muscles help to accommodate focusing for distance and near.

 

3. Our eyes are like a camera.

 

If we compare our eyes with a camera we can find many similarities in two things. The eye sees clearly at different distances – sometimes near and sometimes far. This power of changing the focus at different distances is brought about by the change in its length as in the camera. The eye is compared with a camera in its structure, but the adjustment necessary for focusing the image of the object at different distances is said to be different. that is, in the camera adjustment is affected by a change in the length of the body, but in the eye , according to Helmhotz, by a change in the lens and ciliary muscle. Dr. Bates ' experiments on different animals and patients prove that the eye also , like the camera, adjusts its focus by a change in the length of the eyeball, this alteration being brought about by the action of the muscles on the outside of the eyeball and not by the lens and ciliary muscles .

 

4. What is error of refraction?

 

When one strains to see for near or distance or both eyeball and all muscles comes into a strain, if it continues for sometime there will be some difficulties in seeing objects in near and in distance, which difficulties can be overcome by using power glasses, or contacts or by lasic surgery temporarily.

 

5. How many types of error of refraction we find?

 

We can find four types of error of refraction this are-

 

 

 

 

Hyperopia

 

 

Distance vision and near vision is imperfect. Light rays come from the distance object or near object cannot get a proper focusing in the macula area of retina due to shape of eyeball and lens.

 

 

 

Astigmatism

 

 

People with Astigmatism have irregularly shaped corneas and lens. Symptoms include blurred vision, double vision in one eye. Patients, especially kids, will squint and move objects or tilt their heads focus. Astigmatisms are corrected with eyeglasses or contact lenses.

 

 

Presbyopia

 

 

Presbyopia is a simple condition. It occurs when the lens loses its flexibility, and generally develops with age. When the lens cannot bulge out or stretch, it cannot focus light on vision the retina very well and this results in blurred.

 

 

6. Cause of error of refraction

 

The main cause of error of refraction is of 3 types –

 

1) Mechanical

 

The focusing action of the eye whereby the light rays in the form of an image are focused on the sensitive film (the retina).

 

2) Nervous

 

The sensitivity of the retina in receiving light rays and transmitting them to the visual centre in the brain.

 

3) Mental

 

The interpretation of the picture. Vision is the process of the mental interpretation. The picture which mind sees is not the impression on the retina, but a mental interpretation of it. the act of seeing is a passive one, and one sees involuntarily as one hears or tests or smells.

 

7. What is amblyopia?

 

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, for some reason, 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. Causes of Lazy Eye or amblyopia

 

Anything that interferes with clear vision in either eye during the critical period (birth to 6 years of age) can cause 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 cataract, trauma, lid droop, etc. Amblyopia is a neurologically active process. In other words, the loss of vision takes place in the brain. If one eye sees clearly and the other sees a blur, the brain can inhibit (block, ignore, suppress) the eye with the blur. The brain can also suppress one eye to avoid double vision. The inhibition process (suppression) can result in a permanent decrease in the vision in the blurry eye that can not be corrected with glasses, lenses, or lasik surgery.

 

8. What is the clinical treatment of error of refraction and amblyopia?

 

Almost everyone as well as doctors believes that there is no treatment of refractive error except prescribe glasses or contacts, nowadays there is another process of getting full vision is refractive surgery but this is also a temporary treatment. More than 90percent people who already have done refractive surgery are suffering again in that problem.

 

I have already treated more than 1200 people of refractive error in last 3 years; I got many refractive surgery cases, they are very much disappointed about their eyesight.

 

Treatment involves glasses, drops, vision therapy and/or patching. Recent medical research has proven that amblyopia is successfully treated up to the age of 17.

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What are we trying to serve?

 

A complete eye-education for all – our aim is to prevent and cure refractive error by natural method and to aware common people how to keep eyesight good through natural vision improvement exercises.

 

What is Natural Vision Improvement?

 

Natural vision improvement is a technique which is complete natural and basic knowledge to make a person's vision normal. This process educates people how to see for distant object, how to see for near, how to watch television etc. through natural vision improvement exercises.

 

What is the process of treating a patient through natural vision technique?

 

We are using three types of techniques –

 

  • Relaxation
  • Exercise
  • Natural process

 


 

Is watching television harmful?

 

Almost all eye care professionals remark that watching television is harmful to our eyes. According to them, most of the eye problem occurs due to watching television excessively.  Actually, if we maintain a proper distance, it will never be a problem to our eyes.

 

 

Does continuous working on computer cause refractive error?

 

Yes, it is true that continuous working on computer may cause strain. We should be careful about that matter that the distance between desktop to our eyes must be more than two and half feet for normal eyes.

 

Everyone should do palming and eye wash in every 45 to 60 minutes at the time of working in computer. Frequent blinking is essential for everyone, who work in computer.

 

Your opinion is completely different from other doctor, how can I believe you and your natural vision technique treatment?

 

All the eye-specialists of the world believe that there is no cure for refractive errors such as myopia and hypermetropia and that there are no effective preventive measures.

 

Even today in the days of advance science, what some ophthalmologist wrote two hundred years ago about the incurability of visual defects is still considered a law. We are so greatly hypnotized by the statements of the old authorities that we do not care to undertake any experimentation or research on that subject. If anyone comes forward to demonstrate that visual defects can be improved without glasses, we doubt and reject his explanation.

 

Nowadays, we find that human beings are always under severe strain. This is the root cause of visual defects.

 

To correct visual defects glasses are prescribed. It is a fact that glasses help to relieve headache and watering of eyes and enable people to see both distant and near objects clearly.

 

Use of glasses in many cases is imperative. But it is also true that glasses do not check further deterioration and the power of glasses continues to increase. We sometime find that fast deterioration in eyesight and the development of some serious complications are not prevented only by wearing glasses. Therefore these types of defects are increasing among the educated classes.