Blurred vision? Eye doctor myths exposed – learn how to exercise your eye muscles for restoring healthy vision and eliminating prescription glasses

Your eyeballs aren’t “too long.” That’s just some mythology dreamed up by vision doctors to sell you more glasses. No, unless you’re a mutant or something, the real problem is that your ciliary muscles are too weak and lack range of motion to alter the curvature of your lenses. This problem, fortunately, can often be solved with simple exercises. (By the way, it should also be obvious from this that the very act of wearing contacts or wearing glasses makes your eye problem worse because it allows your ciliary muscles to atrophy even further, relying on the artificial lenses of your glasses to do that work for you.
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Insight to Eyesight: Pink Eye – Vision and Eye Care in Muscatine, IA

Symptoms commonly associated with red eyes are light-sensitivity, excessive tearing or discharge, decreased vision, itching and eye pain. One type of pink-eye that has the potential to permanently affect vision is a corneal ulcer associated with a bacterial or fungal infection. These can happen to anyone, but are more common in contact lens wearers. Initially, this type of infection can look identical to less serious pink-eyes, but these do need to be treated early to minimize the potential for vision loss. More Offers stories
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Users of PediaVision’s Spot Vision Screener Honor Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month with Back-to-School Screenings

For more information, including how to order Spot, please visit . [1] Zaba, Joel N., M.A., O.D., “Children’s Vision Care in The 21st Century & Its Impact On Education, Literacy, Social Issues, & The Workplace: A Call To Action.” Journal of Behavioral Optometry (Volume 22/2011). [2] American Academy of Pediatrics, American Association of Certified Orthoptists, American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, American Academy of Ophthalmology. “Eye examination in infants, children, and young adults by pediatricians.” Pediatrics. 2003;111(4 pt 1):902907 [3] Charles E. Basch.
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