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double vision, due to astigmatism?
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There is one more nice swing you can do, that's the moon swing - very relaxing, especially with the sound of the tropical night.
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And on this page the astigmatism wheel with the 3 lines can also be helpful to clear double vision if you follow the lines with your eyes which are not clear:
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There is one more (very recent) 'dicovery' I would like to share with you.
When I have a problem to get clear vision I tend to 'hold' my gaze on small details for too long, trying to bring them out to 'clear' my vision this way - which sometimes makes it even worse and may cause double vision. It is much better to shift to something very easy to see, maybe a bigger object or something nearer. And from this 'save' point try very short shifts to the more difficult, small objects and always return to the bigger objects in between for a longer time, until everything gets clear.

Then I remembered what David wrote quite some time ago:
"First, a tip.

"Hot potato" is a game where everyone quickly tosses a ball around, and when the music stops the person holding the ball is eliminated. It suggests an analogy for a way to practice seeing. Every point you look at is a hot potato. The longer you stay on it, the more likely you will get burned. And the larger the point, the more likely you will get burned (big potatoes make for big burns, right?). So your best bet is to keep moving among the tiniest points as quickly as you can, never stopping long enough for your eyes to suffer abuse from getting burned by the potato. Anyway, it was just a thought, and you might try thinking of it in this way to see if it makes shifting easier."
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And I tried to let my gaze just hop around in the small and difficult details with very good results, everything was clearing up very quickly. And once it becomes clear, you can stop the hopping, 'relax' and leave the rest of the job to the eyes.
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Messages In This Thread
double vision, due to astigmatism? - by lou_deg - 07-18-2012, 04:45 AM
RE: double vision, due to astigmatism? - by David - 09-25-2016, 09:00 AM
Re: double vision, due to astigmatism? - by Nini - 02-22-2013, 08:22 AM
Re: double vision, due to astigmatism? - by Nini - 02-22-2013, 03:55 PM
Re: double vision, due to astigmatism? - by Nini - 02-23-2013, 01:44 AM
Re: double vision, due to astigmatism? - by Nini - 02-25-2013, 05:02 PM