May 6th
2009

Eye Exercises  ⁄  Myopia vs Best Vision – Feeling the Extraocular Muscles

Myopia (Nearsightedness) versus best vision – who wins? According to statistics, myopia leads today. The majority of teenagers have vision problems. I do not agree with the current situation and offer you a suite of exercises called the Dynamic Fixation Method for improving vision the natural way.

Feeling the Extraocular Muscles

In the last lesson, you learned to fix your eyesight on the target during head movement. I hope that my tips have helped everyone achieve smooth movements. In this lesson, you’ll feel how the extraocular muscles work.

Look at the black circle and turn your head to the right. Pay attention to the strain in the left corners of your eyes. This strain indicates the right eye medial rectus muscle (2) and the left eye lateral rectus muscle (5) are working. This feeling will be stronger the more the head is turned. (More deviation leads to more strain).


extr_ocular_muscles

Now turn your head to the left. You will feel pressure in the right corners of your eyes (1) and (6). Continue to gaze at the black circle and turn your head to the right and to the left. Feel the strain passing from the left to the right corners of your eyes.

Then move your head up and down. Hold your sight on the black circle. When you move your head up, strain will appear in the inferior rectus muscles (4) and (8), under your eyes. When you move your head down, strain will appear in the superior rectus muscles (3) and (7) over your eyes. More deviation leads to more strain. Feel the strain passing from the bottom to the top of your eyes. Keep head movements smooth. Remember the following sequence of actions with the visual target:
1. FIX
2. SEPARATE
3. CROSS-HATCH

When you master the exercises, they will seem simple. But following the exercises will be more difficult. When these visual skills become automatic, even the most difficult exercises will seem simple to you. Pay attention to the details. Each exercise is like part of a puzzle. Gradually, these parts will turn into the whole picture. Eye movements will become smooth and exact, and visual acuity will be improved. Believe in yourself, you can do it!

Take care of your eyes. Get rid of myopia the natural way.

Dr. Arkadiy Davydov.

3 Responses

  1. Dan:

    12.03.2013 at 01:48 #

    Hi Doctor. Happy to found your website. I’ve been trying to follow the exercises in the order by date of posting. Does that matter? Or can I kind of jump around?
    I notice when I do this this exercise because I have double vision, the card with the black circle doubles so I see to images stacked diagonally as I turn my head. Than as I turn my head further one image will disappear because only the one eye has a line of vision. Do you have any advice on overcoming the double vision or will it happen in time by doing the exercises. Thank you for your help.

  2. Doc:

    13.03.2013 at 19:30 #

    Dan, are you able to do a stable fusion in divergence?

  3. Dan:

    14.03.2013 at 05:46 #

    Hi Doctor,
    I have not attempted fusion in divergence yet. I’m at lesson 14 and methodically working my way through all of them. I hope to be reach that lesson in the next couple of days and will let you know if I have any difficulties with it.
    I have chronic vision and eye problems and am optimistic that I might be able to resolve them with the exercises you’ve provided.
    Thank you so much for your quick response and for all efforts here.

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