I have been short-sighted for 2 years. After continuous reference and generalization experiments, I finally live up to my efforts. During this period, I increased the left 50 degree astigmatism and the right 25 degree astigmatism because of my research on myopia. My maximum degree of myopia: 175 degrees, 150 degrees. Now my degree: 150 degrees 125 degrees. The data is not important, but I have mastered the method, and I have dropped 25 degrees each in less than two weeks, but my myopia is getting worse in years., and
I have been short-sighted for 2 years. After continuous review and generalization experiments, I finally live up to my efforts. During this period, I increased the left 50 degree astigmatism and the right 25 degree astigmatism because of my research on myopia. My maximum degree of myopia: 175 degrees, 150 degrees. Now my degree: 150 degrees 125 degrees. The data is not important, but I have mastered the method, and I have dropped 25 degrees in less than two weeks, but my myopia is getting worse in years.
note that someone asked me that this is only useful for pseudomyopia, but not for true myopia. It’s ridiculous. There must be pros and cons. I have two arguments for this: first, the difference between false and true is whether the eyeball fully adapts to a certain distance. Second: if you are more than 300 degrees or higher, it must be ‘true’. Theoretically, you can’t get a little good eyesight. However, ladies and gentlemen, when you go shopping all day, In the case of long-term vision, don’t you feel your eyesight pick up, even temporarily? Isn’t this also the case when you started ‘pseudomyopia’?
human eyes have been stereotyped in the primitive society for hundreds of thousands of years: because they are in the telescopic state every day, they are in the telescopic state when they are not working. (ciliary muscle relaxation) but when looking close, the ciliary muscle has to contract. When looking close for a long time is greater than the telephoto time, the ciliary muscle is too lazy to contract. It simply pushes the eye to change its length so that it can “lazy”. So this is actually a result of environmental adaptation, but what is the disadvantage? Its optical system has been formulated for looking close, so you You lose your ability to see far. And muscle is the same truth. If you don’t exercise every day, the muscle won’t grow by yourself, because you exercise every day and are very tired every time, so the body simply lets you grow muscles, so you won’t be tired! Can we say that limbs don’t run as fast as two limbs? But we do run on two legs. This is the result of adapting to the external environment. When humans get older, their organs degenerate, and their ciliary muscles degenerate, that is, their contractile ability becomes worse, which becomes the so-called hyperopia, that is, presbyopia. (the reversal of presbyopia is simpler; just keep your ciliary muscles elastic. Specifically, close one eye every morning, noon and evening, look at something five centimeters with the other eye, lengthen it to the limit, and then pull it back. This is an action, repeat 15 times for the other eye. In this way, it is difficult to lose elasticity, and presbyopia is not with you)
Therefore, to reverse myopia, we must let our eyes know that we need to see far rather than near. It’s really best to be in a distant environment every day, but we don’t have so much time. What should we do? It’s very simple. When you look far away, the eyes need to be adjusted because you can’t see clearly, so the ciliary muscle has to relax again, so it becomes very tired and perseveres. The ciliary muscle is too lazy to relax every day. Simply push the eye to change its length so that it can ‘lazy’. As soon as the length changes, the thickness of your lens becomes lighter, and the result is a reduction in diopter. That’s it!
but because we don’t have so much viewing time, we have to use some optical instruments. Now it’s difficult for me to explain, but please look at the following data first: hyperopia / convex lens 300 ° = 30cm 200 ° = 20cm myopia / concave lens 300 ° = 30cm 200 ° = 20cm look at everything with convex lens. The actual distance of light = eye to object distance plus the corresponding distance of convex lens degree. Wear concave lens to see everything. The actual distance of light = the distance from eye to object minus the corresponding distance of concave lens degree. Example: I read at 20cm: ① wear a 300 degree convex lens, which is equivalent to reading at 50cm; ② wear a 300 degree concave lens, which is equivalent to reading a negative number at – 10cm… At this time, after the light has been imaged in the retina, the ciliary muscle will contract, and then I can see the close place. When it contracts more, it acts wisely and changes the length of the eyeball. As a result, your degree deepens again! Therefore, myopia can only be used to see far and near, which will be deepened more and more!
when you often look far, your eyesight will naturally continue to improve, which is why there is almost no myopia in industries such as forest rangers.
but we don’t have that much telescope time. Now the point is!
from now on, when you look at everything near, don’t look clearly. That will only deepen your myopia. Keep a distance and control the scene you can see in a fuzzy range that does not affect your recognition. In this way, after a fuzzy look for a while, the original fuzzy place will suddenly become clear. (this is to stimulate the relaxation of ciliary muscle) at this time, it will make you blurred again by increasing the distance, and you can see it slowly. It has been circulating all the time. Persevere. When your ciliary muscle is tired due to continuous relaxation, it will push the eye to change its shape. The degree will be reduced in this way. It’s cool? You try it. It’s absolutely effective unless you have eye disease. But when you arrive In low myopia, such as about 200 degrees, you can see 40cm objects, but you can’t be so far away in your daily life. What should you do? Reading glasses, bring 200 degree reading glasses at this time. The 200 degree reading glasses will enlarge the light by 40cm. When you are 20cm away from the book, it is equivalent to you are 60cm away from the book, and you can read vaguely again! Persevere. When you can see words in 30cm with 300 degree reading glasses, congratulations. You have reached 1.0 and completely got rid of myopia.
but note: when you look far, let your eyes adapt themselves. Don’t narrow your eyes and other cheating behaviors. Everything is normal. This is the same as muscle. You can’t practice hard all at once. It’s a gradual process. That is, keep your eyes on the blurred edge and gradually increase the distance after you see it. You will be surprised at how fast this effect is. The root cause is still unknown