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Rehabilitation / Snellen in a small room
« Last post by EugeneS on October 03, 2016, 09:24:20 AM »
It has been recommended from 20 FT away to self test. What does one do if we don't have that amount of space in our apartment?
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Rehabilitation / Re: Floaters
« Last post by rajaty on October 03, 2016, 12:29:40 AM »
Super!
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Rehabilitation / Re: Ordering your own "Check Lenses" from Zennioptical.
« Last post by OtisBrown on October 02, 2016, 06:50:37 AM »
The subject that the ODs and MDs will never, "talk about", which is the reason you should understand it - when at 20/40.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8uSYc0vIi0

Tragically, they feel you are, "to limited" to understand the need for prevention.  So they tell a fib.  They imply that a minus
is not "part of the problem".

I say - that it is indeed the problem.
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Rehabilitation / Ordering your own "Check Lenses" from Zennioptical.
« Last post by OtisBrown on October 01, 2016, 07:52:09 PM »
I truly gave up on optometry - or the "man in his office". They believe it is impossible to get out of 20/40.  (This could be a -3 diopter prescription - if you never check.  Or it could be a -1 diopter - if you have the insight and motivation - to check yourself.
Here is the video on how to get these test lenses.  Just click on " 4.00" to get to the basic information:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GcJSle8kKXE

Most people are in "fear" of doing anything, "on their own".  The only way that you can overcome that fear - is to make your own objective measurements. 
NOTE:  This is not medicine.  It is just necessary common sense.  But doing this, you will gain wisdom, and perhaps, begin passing the 20/40 line on your "home Snellen".  The cost of doing this?  About $30.  For 20/40,  you only need a -1 and -1/2 diopter.  No OD is ever going to help you "get out of it".  That is why your wisdom and self-measurement - is required.
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Rehabilitation / Re: Floaters
« Last post by Alex_Myopic on October 01, 2016, 09:54:36 AM »
I was  20/15 with R:-2,15D L:-2D and after 2,5 or about 3 years I can see 20/20 although my right eye has still some diplopia and is about 20/30 to 20/40.
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Rehabilitation / Re: Floaters
« Last post by rajaty on September 30, 2016, 11:36:02 PM »
hey alex... could you tell me more about your number reduction journey. Where did you start? Where are you now? how much time it took?
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Rehabilitation / Re: Floaters
« Last post by Alex_Myopic on September 30, 2016, 01:50:54 PM »
Sorry to read that Hardliner. From the time I started plus lenses and vision rehab (years ago) I didn't developed another one. Eliminating all myopic stress is important. Also in this forum grape seed extract is suggested as a very powerful antioxidant that may help prevention.
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Rehabilitation / Re: Floaters
« Last post by Hardliner on September 28, 2016, 03:13:26 AM »
I have floater in my vision. They get slightly worse every year.
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Rehabilitation / Re: Floaters
« Last post by rajaty on September 28, 2016, 12:10:33 AM »
Thanks Alex,

I developed floaters one day suddenly out of nowhere in both eyes.. you know how annoying they are... i am trying some alternative therapies .. will let you know if they help me
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Rehabilitation / Re: Floaters
« Last post by Alex_Myopic on September 27, 2016, 02:12:22 PM »
Search for floaters in this forum and you will see many results. I got my first floaters when my myopia was established for about a year at 16 and wore contact lenses. I suspect myopia, reading with minus glasses and thus overheating the eye chamber, and frequent inflammations of the eye due to the contact lenses' cleaning solution. Mainly floaters don;t go away and we get used to them even if we don't want them to exist!

I am trying tayrine suggested from earthclininc for some weeks. My floaters haven't vanished. Maybe I believe although that they have become more transparent. I have also tried beetroot with no result.

Heat can degenerate hyaluronic acid as well as smoking and too much artificial vitamin c.
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