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  • NancyNancy on How Do You Lose Your Focus?Jatin, hello. If you are asking if I can see clearly now, the answer is yes. My vision is best in natural light, and when I'm happy and relaxed. (This is true for just about everyone.) I can do what...
  • Jatin on How Do You Lose Your Focus?Now you can see clearly tell me plz
  • DavidDavid on Stop Wearing Glasses and Improve Your VisionHi Terry, It should help with both. Vision is meant to be used effectively as night too (obviously not as good as nocturnal animals).
  • DavidDavid on Stop Wearing Glasses and Improve Your VisionHi Bob, That's great! There's a "use it or lose it" aspect to it, like everything else I guess. Even just the act of practicing focusing near and far like you do, if done in a very easy, gentle way,...
  • DavidDavid on Why New Glasses Cause Bad Depth Perception or DizzinessHi Mark, Is this your first pair of glasses?
  • NancyNancy on How Do You Lose Your Focus?Willeke, I love it when someone has had a similar visual experience to mine, so that we can learn from each other. Yes, I was somewhat shocked to admit how much I was NOT looking around when I was younger,...
  • willeke beckeringh on How Do You Lose Your Focus?hello Nancy, I just got aware of my superfocus lately, and thought it would be good to me to be more open for the periphery. And now I am reading your article, I very much rescognize what you wrote. As...
  • NancyNancy on How Do You Lose Your Focus?Jenny, thanks! I am so glad when my own experience is helpful to others. I really appreciate your letting me know. 🙂
  • Jenny D on How Do You Lose Your Focus?Nancy, I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate all of your posts. It seems like every one of them relates to my vision in some way. I learn or realize something new each time.
  • Mark on Why New Glasses Cause Bad Depth Perception or DizzinessMan, I just get hella dizzy and everything seems so distant. It gave me a headache and I'd only been walking with them on for 1-2 minutes.
  • Nadia on Stop Wearing Glasses and Improve Your VisionWow, Bob! You are making too much sense. That's usually not allowed LOL Did you know that the most common thing about common sense is that it isn't very common! 😄
  • Bob K on Stop Wearing Glasses and Improve Your VisionI'm almost 45 years old and recently got my vision tested and it was tested at 20/12. I'm mildly farsighted, but I can still read fine without reading glasses. I've always done eye exercises, my entire life. I practice focusing...
  • NancyNancy on What Do My Emotions Have To Do With My Vision?Estelle, thanks for reading and especially for commenting. I find my clients respond to my understanding their fear of not being able to see, and to my improving so much (so it's possible for them too!), as much as to...
  • Estelle Saunders on What Do My Emotions Have To Do With My Vision?Hi Nancy, I enjoyed both your articles. Hearing someone's personal experiences is encouraging for me as a holistic behavioural optometrist and NVI teacher. I also need to work on my own vision and related emotions more 🙂 Thank you for...
  • NancyNancy on Vision and OptimismDavid, yes, words and their ability to convey meaning when used well have always delighted me. It's so satisfying when I express something precisely, and the other person understands what I'm trying to say. My mother wanted me to be...
  • DavidDavid on Vision and OptimismI didn't know that about the root word 'opt' meaning 'eye'. Sometimes Latin roots of words just blow me away. All these hidden meanings.
  • NancyNancy on Thoughts On Over-FocusingDaniela, you're welcome. Thanks for the thanks! 🙂 Sometimes I think I provide my clients an equal measure of helpful information, and of emotional support and encouragement. We need both to move forward.
  • Daniela on Thoughts On Over-FocusingThanks Nancy, for all your encouraging words. 🙂
  • NancyNancy on Worrying About My VisionBertien, no apology necessary! And congratulations on your new understanding. Practicing vision improvement and observing our own reactions often teaches us more than reading about it ever will.