January 5th, 2012
Lazy eye or “amblyopia” is the most common cause of vision trouble for persons under the age of forty. This condition can be corrected with simple daily activities that can be done in a way that are lazy eye exercises as well. Correcting the lazy eye is done by strengthening the muscles and the brain connection of those muscles through lazy eye exercises. Don’t begin exercises without the advice and consent of your eye doctor to ensure these actions will benefit your specific condition.
Most commonly used treatment for lazy eye is an eye patch. The eye patch is place over a person’s good eye and forced the lazy eye to work harder hence strengthening those muscles. Just like lifting weights can strengthen your arm muscles. The human eye has many muscles that need strengthening and conditioning in order to work well. The visual challenge that the patch produces also forces the brain to work harder in conjunction with the muscles increasing the function of the brain to eye connection. While wearing the eye patch performing a few exercises like rolling the weak eye, focusing on an object held in front of the eye and moving the object back and forth slowly forcing the lazy eye to focus on the object.
November 11th, 2011
Amblyopia or what is more commonly known as Lazy Eye wherein a developmental problem in the brain is present, unlike what others think, physical deformity in the eyeball does not exist. It happens when the affected eye cannot rapidly visualize and transmit to the brain. It then lacks stimulation thus, not developing its full visual potential.
Eye therapists have recommended lazy eye exercises as a primary manner of treating Amblyopia. During lazy eye exercises treatment, a patch is worn over the non-affected eye, thus letting the affected eye to develop more in terms of visualization. Lazy eye exercises may take a very short time to cure the Amblyopia while others take them much longer for their eyes to be cured.
Lazy eye Exercises can aid in providing quick and easy exercises that can cure Amblyopia. Here are some of the Lazy eye exercises we are talking about:
November 7th, 2011
Lazy eye or Amblyopia is a visual system disorder that is evident through deficiency in eye vision. It means that the visual stimulation can either fail to submit or has poorly submitted through the optic nerve travelling to the brain for a continuous amount of time. If not treated immediately, this could lead to vision loss.
One of the best ways to correct this physical disorder is through lazy eye exercises. What are lazy eye exercises? It is one of the treatments towards Amblyopia that has brought effective results to people with the said disorder. Lazy eye exercises help in improving the strength of one’s eye muscles. Here are three lazy eye exercises that were made by eye therapists to help improve one’s vision:
October 22nd, 2011
Nature’s gift of 20/20 vision is a dashed dream for many amongst us but they need not be skeptical or depressed anymore. There is a way out of our despondency and dependency on glasses and contact lens…for good. Yes, we have a means of salvation in the form of natural vision correction. Natural vision correction will relieve you of your constant nagging thought of making sure your contact lens remains ‘intact’.
Although wearing glasses seems to be the safest and least expensive option yet, it is one that cosmetically does nothing for our ego. The method of natural vision correction can save the day for you, surely and completely. Some may argue that why not the latest laser eye surgery to save the day? For starters, it is for now expensive, not entirely ‘risk free’ and its long term effects are still unknown.