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Addiction to another therapeutic treatment?
FAQ n. 17. Power Vision System - Concerning already achieved improvements in vision and their stability: Will I be addicted to another therapeutic treatment? How do you check for muscular asymmetry? I have completely understood the concept of doing the exercises and trust in the TECHNIQUE.

And now, I would like to know if it is a matter of life-time engagement (doing EXERCISES for better accommodation) or your technique is, somehow, the “resolute” one, actually, that after a certain, necessary period of doing the EXERCISES, a myope can restore his visual qualities, partially or completely, but permanently?

- Answers David De Angelis
The System gives PERMANENT results, unless (so be careful) you subject your visual organs to those NEGATIVE stimuli again, (the stimuli, which are ill-omened for ocular accommodative capability).

Let me give you one simple and clear example: the myopes suffer from chronic OVERaccommodation, due to nearwork (functioning makes the organ and body gets used to the imposed stimuli, BOTH positive AND the negative ones. (The Said Principle, which is well known in Physiology). As for these laws, you have been worsening your sight for years, wearing higher and higher negative dioptric power lenses.

Once, when you lessen this state of overaccommodation (until reaching the normal, clear, distinct sight – emmetropic state) you must only follow and respect simple behavioral rules of “visual hygiene”.

Obviously, if you put your minus-glasses on again (with your ordinary dioptric power lenses), after having worked with the PV System to relax the state of chronic OVERaccommodation, and then, spend long time in nearwork activities, all the necessary conditions for creating myopia will be created again.

The target is to give up certain negative habits and restore the balance of the extrinsic ocular muscles.

Without explaining completely the theoretical part, try this simple test which could help you to become aware of your ocular muscles’ ASYMMETRY (as asymmetry in this case, I mean imbalance between strength – flexibility and consequently, co-ordination).

1) Stay in front of a mirror and fix WITHOUT WEARING YOUR GLASSES at the top of your nose. You must be as distant from mirror so as to see your nose well. 2) While maintaining BINOCULAR fixation, carry out SYMMETRIC movements of your face (for example: lower your chin, turn your head towards right as much as you can, then towards left as much as you can). Such movements (we can compare them to cardinal points) must be united into one SINGLE movement of head rotation, keeping on fixing your nose). At a certain point, I’m sure (the movements you carry out must be symmetric and without twisting) you’ll see the fixed image double (the top of your nose).

It means that your ocular muscles are asymmetric and this condition reflects on CONVERGENCE (the prevailing factor in myopia) as well as on the capability of focusing at Central Fovea (the most sensitive retinal part).

The result: blurred vision, due to the lack of ocular muscles’ coordination --(are you able to keep on fixing at very fast object?), and due to the saccadic eye movement slowing down.

Briefly: your eyes should undergo SPECIFIC rehabilitation with the specific exercises.

The exercises, proposed in my book, are founded on physiological LAWS (I have NOT invented them by myself), therefore -- you can find them in any scientific bibliography.

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