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Should the Long Swing Make You Dizzy?
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(10-23-2015, 05:13 PM)VisionQuest Wrote: Thank you for the advice! I have slowed down the swing significantly, and stopped trying to whirl all the way around each time. I felt like the longer/further I twisted, the better. And darn it, I want to give this my all! Haha

I did have to go really fast in the beginning, though, or my eyes would try to lock and grab onto objects. Now they can let the room float by, so I'm able to slow down. I feel kind of silly, really, that I was making myself dizzy! Haha But, I think I've made it better now. Now it is pretty relaxing and easy. : )

Good for you! This is progress, whether accompanied by an eye-chart-measurable acuity improvement or not right away. You are letting go of visual stress. Congratulating yourself on these little milestones is an important part of the process. Baby steps are better than no steps!
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RE: Should the Long Swing Make You Dizzy? - by Nancy - 10-24-2015, 07:14 AM