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Improving Eyesight Eyesight, but not enough to read dirty whiteboard clearly.
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Luis,

One more thing: pay attention to your posture. People whose vision is lower than normal tend to slouch forward in order to see things better (schoolboard or whatever). With time that tendency shapes their posture. It's not only the matter of aesthetics, the things go deeper than that: in adult age (and sometimes even during teenage period) they have back problems and stiff neck. Stiff neck among other things means more pressure to blood vessels and that further means less blood flow in your head. No enough blood flow in the head means - a plenty of problems for all the things in your head, including eyes.

Without enough blood flow in the head, every vision recovery is a long and hard adventure.

On the other hand, tissues and nerves are pretty connected in our body hence tension in one part tends to travel to other parts.
You understand well - tension in the body doesn't help our eyes really. So...

So to conclude - one has to pay attention to whole body and its well-being when trying to fix their vision. I know it's easier to say that than to do but it's the truth.
Hardly there's a shortcut here.
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RE: Improving Eyesight Eyesight, but not enough to read dirty whiteboard clearly. - by Aureus - 02-03-2015, 10:57 AM