Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Use An Under-corrected Prescription.

If you wear glasses or contacts, you have probably experienced the all too familiar pattern of needing a stronger and stronger prescription year after year. This is caused by a number of factors, but to a large degree it can be prevented by using an under-corrected prescription.

With an under-corrected prescription, you probably wouldn't be able to read the bottom line of the eye chart in the doctor's office, maybe only one or two lines above the bottom line, but you would still be able to comfortably see in your day to day life as well as be able to drive safely.
An under-corrected prescription encourages your visual system to work with the glasses or contacts – and not just passively depend on them – in order to see. If you are also doing eye exercises, then as your vision improves, what was once an under-corrected prescription will eventually become too strong as your own vision gets clearer.  At this point it's time to get another under-corrected prescription.
In this way you are slowly weaning yourself from corrective lenses and your eyesight gets stronger as your glasses get weaker.

Not every eye doctor agrees with this philosophy of under-correction, so it may take some looking on your part to find one that understands and supports this approach. You can contact the Cambridge Institute for Better Vision for help in locating a sympathetic optometrist in your area.
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It is TRULY AMAZING when you can begin to actually SEE without your glasses or contacts. You'll say to yourself, "How could I have missed my ability to see clearly all this time?!"
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