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I wear correcting lenses (undercorrection) and my sight is blurred when I view distances! What do you advise me to do?

FAQ n. 32. Power Vision System - I wear correcting lenses (undercorrection) and my sight is blurred when I view distances! What do you advise me to do?



- Answers David De Angelis

The fact that you are in a perpetual state of overaccommodation(wearing lenses with full correction and viewing near, as it happens almost always indoors, leads you to your viewing over 20/20). This condition ruins and makes the natural focusing become lazy. The fact that you are not able to see perfectly in distance is the first step of visual reeducation; the goal is to stimulate the natural capabilities of your eyes—but not of the lenses. PVS foresees, in its second phase—retinal defocus (to increase visual acuity)—making the eyes become transiently myopic, so as to stimulate an adaptation of visual system (it may happen with or without training lenses).

It is important thing to follow the techniques the right way.




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