Bright Light Therapy and Vision

Discussion in 'Eye-Care' started by Brian, Jun 4, 2007.

  1. Brian

    Brian Guest

    I have been on bright light therapy for a week now for Delayed Sleep
    Phase Syndrome. It is working. My problem is that my vision is getting
    blurry and whenever I look at anything bright now that visual image of
    what I looked at sticks in my eyes and I can even close my eyes and
    look away and the imprint is still there(that fades after like 30
    minutes). The light I am using is a 10,000 lux light I got off amazon.
    Anyways, I still need to continue maintenance, and I am hoping that
    the blurriness is just a temporary side effect. Does anyone have any
    information about that? Thanks,

    Brian
     
    Brian, Jun 4, 2007
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  2. Brian

    Revival Guest

    The solution to your problem is sunning.

    Sunning is a relaxation technique whereby the patient closes his eyes
    and looks towards the sun. Do not squint any more than necessary while
    doing this. Allow the warmth to flow through your mind. Relax.

    After sunning you should palm until the after images have died away.

    Palming is where a person closes his eyes and holds his hands crossed
    over his eyes.

    You can do this sitting down, resting your elbows on your knees.

    This combination of palming/sunning should be performed 3 times a day
    at least.

    You shall soon find the blurriness side affect has disappeared, and
    along with that, your vision has become sharper and effortless.

    Go to http://www.iblindness.org and join our forum, if you wish to
    know more about this treatment. We also have a community forum, if you
    would like to join. My kind friends specialize in dealing with
    problems such as yours, and will be able to give you further help.
     
    Revival, Jun 4, 2007
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  3. Brian

    Revival Guest

    The solution to your problem is sunning.

    Sunning is a relaxation technique whereby the patient closes his eyes
    and looks towards the sun. Do not squint any more than necessary while
    doing this. Allow the warmth to flow through your mind. Let go. Give
    your mind free reign over your eyes - do not try to be their
    controller.

    After sunning you should palm until the after images have died
    away.Palming is where a person closes his eyes and holds his hands
    crossed over his eyes.

    You can do this sitting down, resting your elbows on your knees.

    This combination of palming/sunning should be performed 3 times a day
    at least.

    You shall soon find the blurriness side affect has disappeared, and
    along with that, your vision has become sharper and effortless.

    Go to http://www.iblindness.org if you wish to
    know more about this treatment. We also have a community forum, if you
    would like to join. My kind friends specialize in dealing with
    problems such as yours, and will be able to give you further help.
     
    Revival, Jun 4, 2007
    #3
  4. Brian

    Revival Guest

    The solution to your problem is sunning.

    Sunning is a relaxation technique whereby the patient closes his eyes
    and looks towards the sun. Do not squint any more than necessary while
    doing this. Allow the warmth to flow through your mind. Let go. Give
    your mind free reign over your eyes - do not try to be their
    controller.

    After sunning you should palm until the after images have died
    away.Palming is where a person closes his eyes and holds his hands
    crossed over his eyes.

    You can do this sitting down, resting your elbows on your knees.

    A combination of five minutes palming/sunning should be performed 3
    times a day, though it will do your eyes no harm to do more.

    You shall soon find the blurriness side affect has disappeared, and
    along with that, your vision has become sharper and effortless.

    Go to http://www.iblindness.org if you wish to know more about this
    treatment. We also have a community forum, if you
    would like to join. My kind friends specialize in dealing with
    problems such as yours, and will be able to give you further help.
     
    Revival, Jun 4, 2007
    #4
  5. Brian

    Neil Brooks Guest

    If they offer you a beverage, I wouldn't take it.
     
    Neil Brooks, Jun 4, 2007
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