This will show you how to cure myopia without the uses of lenses or laser surgery.
How it works:
Nearsightedness or myopia happens when the light that comes in your eye is focused in front of the retina. (Shown in figure1) In the normal eye Light that comes in your eye should be going in to your retina.(figure2) That’s how your brain receives a message of what things are like. For example if someone sees a tramp or hobo on the street they would identify that person as a hobo.
Why it happens:
Most causes of myopia can be doing close work for a long period of time or strain the muscles in your eye. When the muscles in your eyes are strained they tend to stay locked up. When the muscle locks up the other parts of the eye tend to relax. That stretches the eye. (Its like if you have an elastic band and tie it on one side of a water bottle and pull on the other it tends to stretch. hats why light only focuses in the front of the retina instead. The more you have your eyes strained the more your eye is going to stretch. That’s when you need to renew your subscription for higher powered glasses.
How glasses help:
Glasses are used to concentrate more light to the eye. Thus increasing the length of the light that is focused. So it’s aimed into the retina again. But glasses will only increase the degrees of myopia. Heres why: when a person has myopia there eye lens seem to be locked up. When the lenses are locked up myopia happens. But wearing glasses will make the eye muscles stay locked up. This increases the degrees of myopia. So glasses or contacts are never a good choice.
The main step to curing myopia is to relax your eye muscles so they do not stay locked up.(like a elastic if you let go of it the elastic will return to its original shape)But that takes time. You have to be patient for that to happen.
Take off your glasses first.
The eye, like any sensory input, relies on change. Have you never been surprised of the sudden calm when you switch off your computer? You didn’t notice the amount of noise it produced, it was in the background, and your brain was not noticing it because it was there all the time. It’s only when a change occurred that you could tell. The same goes for the eye. It can’t see the same thing for long (maybe 2 to 4 seconds) before the image fades. The problem is that people who don’t see well tend to lock on a point and force to see it. They keep the same image on the retina. In short: they stare. This is doomed from the start. Just try to look without moving the eye and head at all at a point. After enough time, you’ll notice that your vision blurs, that your eyes hurt, that it feels uncomfortable. Then look around a bit, relax, and look at the point again. You’ll see it much more clearly.