How to improve eyesight – Part 7
Optician and new glasses
This time I was back at the optician to check if something has changed with my vision. You will get to know at the end of the last day .
For readers who are new to the attempt of improving my eyesight naturally, here is an overview of my recent articles:
- Part 1: From nearsighted to vision without glasses
- Part 2: How to improve eyesight – part 2
- Part 3: How to improve eyesight – part 3
- Part 4: How to improve eyesight – part 4
- Part 5: How to improve eyesight – part 5
- Part 6: How to improve eyesight – part 6
Day 73: It goes on with the “Improve your eyesight with EFT” Ebook. Topic this week is fear of the future. Very exciting. Is there enough money in the future? Do I stay healthy? How is the partnership going? There are many ways to worry about the future and evoke bad feelings within us.
Day 81: The next training weekend for MET-Gestalttherapist is over. It was fantastic as always and I learned a lot. I decide to go to the optician in next couple of days. I have the strong feeling that something has changed with my nearsightedness.
Day 84: Today I went to the optician. And Voilà, in the left eye there is an improvement of 0.25 dioptres again. For a better overview of the progresses, I created a table that enables you to better understand the whole process of my eyesight improvement.
I do small steps, nevertheless the improvement is constant.
This time I also ordered new glasses from my optician, I ‘m assuming those will be the last ones ever. To this day, I used my old glasses. That was very inconvenient, because the eyes on the one hand corrected while wearing no glasses, and on the other hand were overcorrected when using glasses, for example while watching TV.
Since it makes little sense to me to get a pair of glasses with my current prescription – I am assuming that the improving of my eyesight improves constantly – I have decided to order new glasses with slightly less diopters then prescribed.
In addition I have simply subtracted 0.5 diopters of what the optician measured. So -2,25 diopters become -1.75 and -2,75 diopters become -2.25. Additionally, I also had a cylinder of 0.75 and 0.5. Here I decided to go at 0.25 each. Thus, my new glasses have -1.75 diopters and 0.25 cyliner left and -2.25 diopters and 0.25 cylinder right. I expect me to see with my new glasses much better, but not optimal, so that the eyes continue to adjust to the environment.
I can even imagine, that my previous glasses were in the way of improving my eyesight. Because when I used them, my eyes had to adapt in principle 180° the other way and even handle an over-correction of vision, what I expect to be quite confusing to my eyes. I didn’t wear my glassesoften, but the times I did it was certainly not conducive to a curing my myopia. Let’s see what happens now.
If my eyes have adapted to the new glasses, I will probably not order a new pair of glasses. A myopia of less than -2 diopters I should be able completely handle without glasses. But I will then decide.
That was is it, until next time!