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Saturday, April 16, 2011

Natural Sight Improvement

By Owen Jones

Losing one's sight can get upsetting. In the beginning, if as standard, you start to lose your eyesight at around 40 years of age, it is the first sign of approaching old age, but later as it deteriorates further, people start to worry whether they will go blind.

Well, if you need spectacles at 40 then yes, it is the first sign of approaching old age, but there are not so many people who go completely blind now due to advancements in information concerning the eyes and how to treat impairments.

There is nothing you can do about the former difficulty, but at least two avenues you can take to sorting out the latter.

Most people 'blindly' follow their opticians advice and purchase spectacles or contact lenses. This is the best option for the optician and the cheapest option for the client in the short term. It is good for the optician because you will almost certainly require new spectacles every two years and contact wearers have to keep buying contact lenses as well.

It is handy for the customer because the outlay is small if you do not go for designer frames like Gucci or Levi. In the long term, though the client pays out many, many times more than if a different procedure had been chosen.

One of these other courses of action is Lasik surgery. This is expensive up front, but can last for 20 years although you might still need spectacles for either long or short distances. Most individuals have their long distance sight corrected and never ever have a problem with it again, although they do still need reading glasses.

A third option, which you might like to attempt instead of or in conjunction with any of the above is called Natural Vision Improvement. It has to be said that the system of Natural Vision Improvement has more detractors than supporters, but some individuals treat it as a form of yoga for the eyes which cannot do any harm.

The point here though is that if you would like to try Natural Vision Improvement, you should still go to an optician regularly so that they can check for eye diseases like glaucoma and macular degeneration, which Natural Vision Improvement cannot hope to, nor does it claim to, cure.

Advocates of Natural Vision Improvement say that contemporary equipment like TV screens and monitors and even living in a city where long distance eyesight is almost unnecessary because it is blocked by buildings a few yards away, have trained us to 'see badly'.

They say that we need to relearn how to see in the correct manner. They even go as far as to say that glasses and contact lenses may be part of the difficulty.

Here they mean that as your eyes become used to corrective lenses, they come to rely on them and so become weaker. Therefore, the next time your eyesight is measured, you will need more powerful glasses.

The Natural Vision Improvement philosophy says to use the weakest lenses that you can and make your eyes work harder. In this manner, they insist, the next time you go for a check up, you can get weaker lenses not more powerful ones until eventually you do not need glasses at all.

Some opticians and optometrists will work with you if you want to attempt this path, but you may have to look about for one. One vital point around the Natural Vision Improvement procedure is that if your impaired vision could create a danger to yourself and others, you should wear regular, full-strength glasses whilst carrying out those activities (like driving).

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