主旨: "Pushing print" technique for better distance vision
日期: Friday, 13 July, 2007 9:58
Has anyone tried "pushing print" for clearing distant vision? I have,
and I have found the effects to be dramatic.
To do it right, you need to be looking at a very high contrast,
finely detailed image held at the farthest point possible that is for
you absolutely clear and distinct. In practice this is usually black
text on white paper under a bright light, sunlight if possible. If
you are a low myope (2 diopters or less), plus lenses (drugstore
reading glasses) can help you achieve this more easily by bringing
the "far point" closer, something you can hold in your hand.
Otherwise, you may practice with a piece of paper on the wall. If you
normally wear glasses for distant vision, you may simply take them off.
Scan over those black lines, corners, edges that you see; don't stare
at any one point, and keep the image perfectly clear, black, sharp,
and distinct. Blink when you feel the need -- or don't blink if you
don't. If you can make it look blacker or sharper by pulling the
paper or book in, then you know you have exceeded your far point.
Bring it in until you get your "best" vision.
Spend some time running your eyes on that print. Then slowly push the
print back a hair (or step back if you're looking at something on the
wall). Has it gotten a little bit gray? A little bit smudged? Now
just run your eyes over the print as you did before until it gets
black and distinct as before. If you can't get it black again, don't
strain, but bring the print closer until it is as good as it gets,
the push back again.
Can you do it?
Try it with one eye, then the other, then both at the same time.
How far can you extend your furthest point of best vision?
How do your eyes feel?
Do you feel anyting in any other part of your body as you do this?
Now Take a look around. How do things look after you're done?
(for details, you are invited to visit www.i-see.org )