Last month we shared with you the important Tromboning activity, in which I illustrated the need to do the activity separately with each eye, and to do it with each eye for the same amount of time. This is to maintain both eyes at the same level of acuity, and the same progression of vision improvement.
But what if you are one of the many people who has more blur in one eye than in the other? And how do you know?
In this article you will learn how to check if your two eyes are different, and some of the important things to know about if they are.
What does it mean when your eyes are different from each other?
Depending on how different they are, having less acuity in one eye can have dramatic effects on the way your visual system works, although many people can be in this situation and yet not be aware of it. The reason for this is that the brain is extremely good at compensating for any visual differences. [Read more…]