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Biohacking eyesight

Discussion in 'Biohacking 101' started by NeilBB, Aug 1, 2014.

  1. Inger

    Inger Silver

    Very cool... :) I need to try out the breathing exercises...
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  2. Martha Ray

    Martha Ray New Member

  3. Martha Ray

    Martha Ray New Member

    One thing I hear from the Iris computer screen software developer is that using Arial, a smooth font was better to use for online reading... I've switched over to that default but then he also said to change to Times New Roman for print reading---- I knew that from years ago but had forgotten it... I post and author on Arial but then save and print in Times New Roman.

    I am working on my vision too .
    I've been practicing Palming when I'm in my complete darkness time before bed- that is when I listen to disks of Mp3 lessons.
    I first heard about Palming from Meir Schneider https://self-healing.org/ and others.
    I don't know the history of Palming ...perhaps from the Bates Method.

    Videos (not sure these will Post but you can find them on You Tube)



    Meir Schneider's Podcast: A Simple Exercise For Your Eyes ...

    School For Self-Healing
    YouTube - Nov 16, 2018



    Meir Schneider's Message: An Exercise in Self-Healing in a ...

    School For Self-Healing
    YouTube - Sep 1, 2016



    Meir Schneider Discusses Vision Improvement Without ...

    School For Self-Healing
    YouTube - Feb 15, 2017

    I've been having trouble propping up my arms to do the palming so I might get this ...but looks like it works standing. I do stand up and walk about a bit to move more during that dark time. Ha- It also helps so I don't fall asleep.
    I am going to try some of his exercises again I did them for a while last year but must dedicate to it daily for results.

    Integral Eyesight Improvement LLC
    Nathan T. Oxenfeld
    Asheville, North Carolina, USA
    Email: nathan @ integraleyesight.com
    Phone: +1 (910) 859-1232
    45 Minute Follow Along Vision Routine https://integraleyesight.com/visionroutine/
  4. Anne V

    Anne V Silver

    Hi Martha,

    for palming, Bates recommends 1st rest the eyes (close the eyes) and think of something agreable.
    2nd close both eyes, cover them with the palm of both hands,the fingers crossed
    over upon the forehead.

    i hope it helps .
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  5. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    People who take NSAIDs and aspirin lack sunlight. Sunlight provides 42% red light all day no matter how cloudy it is or where you are on the planet. The red light in the sun heals cells because of evolutionary design. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/31170016/
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  6. Martha Ray

    Martha Ray New Member

    Wondering what you all might think of this video.
    Myopia: A Modern Yet Reversible Disease — Todd Becker, M.S. (AHS14)

  7. Richard Watson

    Richard Watson New Member

    Reversing myopia has been my success story, a year ago I was using prescription glasses for short shortsightedness, at the time did not knew that myopia could be reversed till I started reading about active focusing by Glen Jeffery, a professor of neuroscience at University College London's Institute of Ophthalmology. He wrote about using a 670nm light a few minutes per day, I had nothing to loose so I bought a light https://lifegivingstore.com/deep-red-670nm-handheld-device-lgs7/ I use it every day, eyes closed. The results today are amazing, to be able to see clear again is a incredible feeling. I can still get a small amount of blur in the mid day sun, but if I concentrate, blink a few times i can refocus. Morning and evening is always 100% clear eyesight. I cant say if its the light or the active focusing that has done it, either way I will keep both up till they close the lid on me.
    I know that I will have to keep exercising the focusing muscles for the rest of my life, that's cool, after all the same applies for the rest of the body too.
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  8. Martha Ray

    Martha Ray New Member

    Thank you for sharing this!
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  9. Richard Watson

    Richard Watson New Member

    Its something you have to work on every day Martha, good luck.
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  10. Martha Ray

    Martha Ray New Member

    Yes, Richard Watson..seeking health and healing is a full time job!
  11. Richard Watson

    Richard Watson New Member

    I feed seaweed to our hens so that we are getting the goodness through the eggs, love eggs also.
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  12. Taylor Freeman

    Taylor Freeman New Member

    Does anyone know Jack's current recommended blue light glasses brand? I have Ra Optics, UVEX, and EMR-tek, and I love the latter the most but the lenses are thin and let light in around the sides.

    My mom is struggling with her eyesight and I want to get her the best-made brand for both day and night.

  13. Hi @Taylor Freeman i don't know Jack's current recommendation.

    At the start of my journey i bought Ra Optics (cost a bomb) and the quality was terrible so i turfed them, they were flimsy and broke (hope they have fixed some of these issues).

    I used Australian brand BluBlox (now changed their name) ok but very pricey, wouldn't necessarily use them again if i found a better brand but i found them better than Ra.

    I just purchased and love the ethics and quality of Viva Rays (https://vivarays.com/).

    Owner Roudy has an engineering background and came to light via issues with his health ie ADD, ADHD, crap sleep etc and figured it out so he is on the same page as all mitochondriacs on this journey.

    His product from an environmental perspective is paramount for me, the frames are made from sustainably harvested wood, they are beautiful (not plastic) and look great.

    They don't wrap around but i love the thought behind them.

    I have the 3-in-1 style. They have magnetic dot points across the top (I know) and you only ever need to carry one pair which is the lighter yellow base for day wear, you then clip on the darker yellow in the afternoon and remove them to clip on the red in the evening.

    Very user friendly, my daughter who was hit and miss with the glasses uses them religiously, she is 29 and conscious of the look but swears by and explains her glasses to people who comment and she switches the lenses over at different parts of the day, its a win with her.

    I don't have any vested interest but i really believe they are thoughtful and functional in many more ways than everyone who has jumped on board this ship with $$$$ as their driver rather than health.

    Good luck with finding the right glasses you need, hope my 5 cents worth helps.
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