Short-sightedness (Myopia) and Long-sightedness (Hyperopia).
These conditions can be changed by doing activities to relax the muscles in the eyeball to allow it regain its normal shape, together with activities to strengthen these muscles, so that they can flex easily and strongly to see clearly both up close and in the distance. Old-age sight (Presbyopia) Commonly known as ‘old-age’ reading blur.
This condition is usually caused by stiffening of the lens in later life, so that the ability to accommodate is lost. It can usually be corrected quite quickly doing the activities to relax the muscles and lens and bring back flexibility. Warp across the cornea (Astigmatism).
This causes a sensation similar to looking through old glass. Lower degrees of it come and go, while higher degrees become locked in place by corrective lenses. It is usually related to simple eyestrain and can occur by itself or in conjunction with myopia, hyperopia or even presbyopia. Simple vision and emotional activities can erase this condition. Squint, lazy or wandering eyes (Strabismus, Amblyopia).
This condition can be changed by doing the activities to bring back fusion and co-ordination between the two eyes, and by doing specific activities to redirect the wandering eye to return to its ‘normal* position. These techniques are effective with adults and extremely successful with children.