Links

Subject:  Links to help you with your research

A medical expert argues for the need to wear the plus for prevention.  Highly recommended. Review of history:

http://endmyopia.org/

The second site I recommend:

http://myopiafree.i-see.org/

Further review and discussion about wearing a plus while still at 20/40.

http://www.forbestvision.com/

Discussion of wearing the plus (at 20/40 to 20/60)

http://www.oocities.org/dolphinhill/theorynotes.html

Layman describes the need for plus-prevention for children.

http://www.doyletics.com/arj/nomyopia.htm

Department of Motor Vehicle Visual Requirements (DMV)

You should check this by calling the DMV in your State.  They do change over time.  Almost all other States 20/40 or better.  (In the better eye, or both eyes together).  I always check my own eyes with my Snellen, and would not drive a car if  I did not pass the 20/40 line (and much better).  My current Snellen reads 20/20.  I always go to an ophthalmologist for pure medical checks, but if my refractive state is slightly negative, and Snellen 20/30, I will work with the preventive plus, until I get to 20/25 or better.  Use your own judgment here.

http://www.mdsupport.org/library/drivingrequirements.html

You should have your own Snellen up on the wall.  Here is one for free.

http://www.i-see.org/block_letter_eye_chart.pdf

I restrict what I advocate, to persons who can still read the 20/40 to 20/60 line.  Here is a person who got the, “correct concept”, and was successful.

http://schwerdfeger.name/articles/pluslens.shtml

A Scientist’s reviews the concept of prevention.

http://sites.google.com/site/myopiaorg/intro

Threshold prevention with the plus can be successful — if the person has the insight and motivation for it.

Todd’s Site about Mr. Severson’s success with plus-prevention.

http://gettingstronger.org/

Simulating Lens Strength Versus Snellen Visual Acuity:

http://www.billauer.co.il/simulator.html

Simulating 20/60 “Blur”.  Click here, and then on “Blurry Vision”

An example of a person using the plus to recover from -4 diopters of myopia.

http://pluslens.wordpress.com/

This preventive process supported by Dr. Kaisu Viikari

One response to “Links

  1. The optometrist will never supply your P.D. If you buy On-Line – here is a description of what it is, and how to fit it. I am an independent engineer, and prefer to make these measurements myself. This includes self-checking my PD and refractive status. Here are the details.

    Enjoy,

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