Do they know what’s going on?

Now I find it very interesting that studies show eyes growing and shrinking on a daily basis – this makes me wonder about the diagrams that show the emmetropic (clear-sighted) eye. Are people having their vision fluctuate from clear to more clear or less clear, or do they adjust with their lens to maintain clarity?

Anyhow, any thinker should be satisfied to be unsatisfied with lenses and lasers as methods towards healing. The evidence adds up on both sides. The clinical data that speaks mostly of how vision can get worse, can be used to explain how to get it better, or how to prevent its occurrence. That…

And experience can get validated. What your grandparents know, knew, or did and what you think or have experienced can be validated. You can start to believe that improvement is possible and real and normal and the whole discussion in a certain sense becomes ridiculous, like laundry listing why do something that is obviously good.

Where it gets interesting is figuring out different methods that lead to relaxation or increased visual acuity. What stops people from seeing clear? What will help people see consistently better? How quickly can we get lasting change? How can we get this change spread throughout the world?

These questions apply to most other current physical afflictions. We know obesity is reversible and the myriad of health effects that come along with it.

How are we going to be the change and once we are the change or what if we never were obese, how do we inspire people to become healthier?

By doing something different, overt, and get noticeably better results than those around you – or at least show the viability of your path.

 Anyhow, sticking to eyesight, I can see that the reason I write this is because of the skeptics and liars.
PreventionThere is no way to prevent nearsightedness. Reading and watching television do not cause nearsightedness. In the past, dilating eye drops were proposed as a treatment to slow the development of nearsightedness in children, but they have never been proven effective.The use of glasses or contact lenses does not affect the normal progression of myopia — they simply focus the light so the nearsighted person can see distant objects clearly. Hard contact lenses will sometimes hide the progression of nearsightedness, but vision will still get worse “under” the contact lens.”Can you smell the bull crap?

http://vision.berkeley.edu/biomodule/News_Updates/Flash/Introtoeye.html

Check out the V and VI module – does that not show lenses alter the progression of myopia?

“Normal progression of myopia”… how can the NIH say that there is a normal progression of myopia when myopia increased from 26% to 42% over 30 years? Myopia nearly doubled… what’s the normal progression?

 

 

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