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How to Cure Amblyopia In Adults, Easy Vision Therapy

Updated on May 1, 2012

You're probably looking for a way on how to cure amblyopia. Luckily you have come to the right place because here we are going to talk about how to cure amblyopia in adults, naturally with eyesight exercises, as well as vision therapy so let us get into it. curing amblyopia in children is far less easier than it is to care amblyopia in adults. Nevertheless it is still possible to accomplish at any age group although, detecting it at an early age would still be the best for the overall remedy for amblyopia. There's not a lot of research data available in regards to the success rate and what it may be, on how to cure amblyopia in adults .

But it is a known fact that during around 6 to 9 months of a child's life their visual system is developing at a very fast rate that's why it is easier to fix amblyopia in children. There are some very complex connections being made between the eye and the brain, during development. Medical experts are trying to figure out how to cure amblyopia in adults and improve vision naturally. One way is the use of an eyepatch



The Eye Patch Method

One of the most common ways to treat amblyopia is with the use of an eyepatch. The eyepatch method creates your brain to utilize both of your eyes at the same time. This method has been Knowing and very effective lazy eye correction procedure that you can do yourself at home. You will have to use the eyepatch for at least 2 to 3 hours per day while performing some eye exercises to help your lazy eye not be so lazy, you will be forcing it to work. This is probably going to be hard for you but with perseverance you'll see the results no pun intended. Another thing you can do to improve your amblyopia is focusing on small things.

Focusing on The Small Objects

Another exercise you can do even while wearing an eye patch is try to perform things that requires you to focus. Playing video games especially high paced videogames with a lot of movement example of this would be call of duty, reading a book, any kind of detailed work really anything that requires you to focus your eyes.

Training your vision to improve naturally

Now that you have the training techniques under you belt it is time to start applying them. The time to patch the stronger eye, and start the training is now. Here are the three main things you should do to strengthen the muscles within your eye. There is tracking, rolling, as well as focusing. First one we will go over is called rolling. While performing this exercise you must rotate your eyeball in a clockwise direction for 20 to 30 times then 20 to 30 more times counterclockwise. You can repeat this as many times as you feel like just be careful not to overdo it and cause more strain to your eyeball

The next one is called focusing this one I think is pretty obvious but the goal is to focus or concentrate on an object that is in the distance this can be anything really but I would pick something that's rather small so your eyes have to focus harder on it. Then you got to adjust your eyes to focus on something close by or near you, then focus your eyes on that far away object you picked before you'll need to do this one do this several times as well.

The last one that I have listed is called tracking you need to focus your lazy-eye on some item. Like a pen or pencil and hold it in front of your nose. Most people use their finger and move it left and right in front of their eye, and up and down. Just be careful not to do this to quickly.

Surgery to improve amblyopia in adults
There are quite a few optometrists that will tell their patients to go in and get surgery. In this surgical procedure they will cut and stretch eye muscles to fix the eye, however this does not cure the neural pathways between your brain and eye to work together this can still create a misalignment with the week eye

Natural Vision therapy

How to cure amblyopia in adults can certainly be out through eye exercises and some other forms of vision therapy. Most of these exercises has to do with the techniques of brain and eye coordination in developing eyesight. Clinical research developments within eyesight therapy are linked with the developments of neuroscience. If you'd like to find out more on how to cure amblyopia in adults you can check out more on improving eyesight naturally. Good luck in your eyesight endeavor

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      gurcharan 

      4 years ago

      Can amblyopia be treated in 31 year old adult

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      vinay kumar 

      5 years ago

      thanks for giving information about amblyopia........ i would love to know more

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