glasses intermittently make vision blurrier -- why? 
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 glasses intermittently make vision blurrier -- why?

My daughter has infrequently said that her glasses make her see
worse.  That complaint has applied to both new and old prescriptions.

This isn't every time, of course.  Usually her glasses do what they're
supposed to do.

(When she makes this complaint, we first check to make sure her lenses
aren't gunky with fingerprints or something.)

I'm wondering what's going on here.

The person in question is 17 years old, and more than intelligent
enough to know what she's talking about.

Maybe she's imagining it.  Or maybe her eyes change form time to time,
depending on her nutrition level.  If I ask an ophthalmologist,
they'll probably say that I'm crazy and these things don't happen.
Maybe they're right.

But I'm thinking that there's more going on than refraction and
immutable eyeball eccentricity.  There's more to the eye than, um,
meets the eye.  For example, {*filter*} sugar levels?

Is there any hint of science that might substantiate my wild
speculation?  If not, what do you think is happening?  I'm not trying
to push some alternative medicine.  I'm looking for answers.

All serious replies will be appreciated.

Ted Shoemaker

Procrastinate -- tomorrow.



Sat, 27 Feb 2010 23:06:20 GMT
 glasses intermittently make vision blurrier -- why?


Quote:
> My daughter has infrequently said that her glasses make her see
> worse.  That complaint has applied to both new and old prescriptions.

> This isn't every time, of course.  Usually her glasses do what they're
> supposed to do.

> (When she makes this complaint, we first check to make sure her lenses
> aren't gunky with fingerprints or something.)

> I'm wondering what's going on here.

> The person in question is 17 years old, and more than intelligent
> enough to know what she's talking about.

> Maybe she's imagining it.  Or maybe her eyes change form time to time,
> depending on her nutrition level.  If I ask an ophthalmologist,
> they'll probably say that I'm crazy and these things don't happen.
> Maybe they're right.

> But I'm thinking that there's more going on than refraction and
> immutable eyeball eccentricity.  There's more to the eye than, um,
> meets the eye.  For example, {*filter*} sugar levels?

> Is there any hint of science that might substantiate my wild
> speculation?  If not, what do you think is happening?  I'm not trying
> to push some alternative medicine.  I'm looking for answers.

> All serious replies will be appreciated.

> Ted Shoemaker

> Procrastinate -- tomorrow.

I'm not an eye doctor, so I'll look to others for additional answers,
but ... the accommodative mechanism -- that cool and complex bit that
allows (most of) us to change our focus from distance to near and back
-- can get a bit of a mind of its own, changing focus like an auto-
focus camera pointed toward a sky.  That's an "accommodative function"
issue.  There are also "binocular function" issues (the teaming of the
two eyes for stereo vision) that can cause fluctuating focus.

{*filter*} sugar IS another factor, incidentally.

Do you have your daughter's eyeglass prescription, by chance??  If
she's a simply myope (nearsighted), she may want to eschew her
eyeglasses for near-vision tasks.

Knowing her Rx, though, and if there are any specifics that seem to
correlate with this fluctuation (time of day, activities before,
during, or after, etc.), they'd be helpful.

Also, if you have access to her last "cycloplegic" or "dilated" or
"wet" refraction (prescription), that would help, too -- giving folks
an idea of whether or not she has more or less "accommodative tone" in
her ciliary muscles than might otherwise be expected....

Neil



Sat, 27 Feb 2010 23:11:39 GMT
 glasses intermittently make vision blurrier -- why?
Hi,

Quote:
>Or maybe her eyes change form time to time,

Yes eyesight is always fluctuating, she is not unusual case it is
normal.

Quote:
>I'm wondering what's going on here.

You will not receive intelligent answer from the ODs they will try and
confuse you with accommodative this and that but the cause of her
problem is just a disrupt of the mind, it will be fixed if she learn
to rest the mind and quell the disruption of strain.

Your daughter is a very intelligent person and not imagining anything.
Yes the eyeglasses are useless and hurt her eyes as she has used her
intelligent observations to see this and what you must do is discard
the glasses and throw them away or smash them and not never put them
on ever again. Then you should begin the rest methods to restore her
beautiful and perfect sight.

Tell your daughter to contact me on MSN I will chat to her and show
her how you do it. It's really easy peasy lemon squeezy! Also she will
be a good friend of me because we are nearly the same age.



Sat, 27 Feb 2010 23:20:08 GMT
 glasses intermittently make vision blurrier -- why?
Hi,

Quote:
>There's more to the eye than, um, meets the eye.

Um yes you are absolutely 100% right because the eye is far more than
what just meets the eye because behind the eye is its master,
controller, I am talking about the MIND! But the people here will
ignore the mind so just ignore them they are very silly don't know
anything about vision they just use complicated terms and definitions
to try and impress you and catch your attention but dont get deceived
by them otherwise your daughter will never get better and will have to
suffer from the very bad and evil eyeglasses.


Sat, 27 Feb 2010 23:24:41 GMT
 glasses intermittently make vision blurrier -- why?
Hi,

Quote:
>Is there any hint of science that might substantiate my wild
>speculation?  If not, what do you think is happening?  I'm not trying
>to push some alternative medicine.  I'm looking for answers.

Yes there is plenty of science to back up the fact that there is far
more to the eye than what we know about for example people still so
dumb and silly they dont even know what causes myopia yet! But there
was a very intelligent and clever doctor who went by the name of
'Dr.Bates' and he found out the truth and how to cure people. Your
speculation are not wild, no not wild at all actually it is a very
intelligent and common sense speculation. But dont get distracted or
twisted by the bad words of Neil Brooks. He is very bad man doesnt
like people to get cured by the rest methods so dont listen to him.

What is happening is that there is a mind strain interference and the
glasses are confusing the mind because the mind is trying to send a
message to the body 'help me please get rid of this strain for me
because it hurts so much' but the glasses palliate that message which
is very bad and very harmful to the mind balance it shakes the entire
mind out of its normal balance and makes you resent the glasses
because underneath you know they are doing something bad to you and
the instinct tells you to take them off but the eye doctors convince
you against the primary instinct they give you very bad glasses.

Please whatever you do just dont force your poor daughter to wear
those bad bad glasses, oh I would be so sad for her if she had to
suffer under their wicked influences.

Mind well that I is not promoting any alternative quackery here; I am
just telling you that the daughter of you should begin the rest
methods which are something of common sense and completely scientific
as well just because science cannot explain what happens at this
moment in time doesnt shake the fact that you can get cured easy
peasy. You would do very well also to tell your daughter to do the
following stuffs:

1. Take off the glasses and dont wear them

2. Read this book:

http://www.***.com/

3. Come on MSN and tell me if she doesnt understand any parts of the
book because it uses quite old language it is hard to understand if
you are not used to reading his language style. But it is a very very
wise book full of great knowledge of the cure of imperfect sight.

4. Begin the rest methods and cure herself.

Okay I hope you take my advice and not the bad and corrupt advice of
the other people here who hate me and hate truth and also are {*filter*}ed
to the bad eyeglasses.



Sat, 27 Feb 2010 23:34:30 GMT
 glasses intermittently make vision blurrier -- why?
Hi,

Quote:
>I'm looking for answers.

The real and true answers is you will all find in this book very good
book very nice:

http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Perfect_Sight_Without_Glasses

Read it and understand it well and you will gain incredible vast
knowledge into the secrets of the mind and the mindeye relation and
how to cure your daughter through the rest methods.



Sat, 27 Feb 2010 23:38:29 GMT
 glasses intermittently make vision blurrier -- why?

Quote:
> Hi,

> >I'm looking for answers.

> The real and true answers is you will all find in this book very good
> book very nice:

> http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Perfect_Sight_Without_Glasses

> Read it and understand it well and you will gain incredible vast
> knowledge into the secrets of the mind and the mindeye relation and
> how to cure your daughter through the rest methods.

This is your third post to yourself.  In another message, you stated
that your purpose here was to learn.  In your profile, it shows that
you posted 234 times in June, 119 times in July, 221 times in August,
and already 123 times this month.

I don't observe much learning going on within you, just lots of
lecturing.



Sat, 27 Feb 2010 23:42:20 GMT
 glasses intermittently make vision blurrier -- why?
Hi,

Okay this is going to sound strange to you but I learn in a very weird
way I mean the more I talk to other people the more I learn I know it
must sound really wierd and stupid and unusual but I have a very
strange way to learn yes the more I talk the more I learn because you
know they have that saying that 'the person who learns most is the
teacher' well yes I guess you could say I am like that if I explain
something to someone then I learn better than if I just read about it
okay but I really hope you understand I know its hard to explain but
thats the truth. I know I post a lot and it doesnt even look like I is
trying to learn but I promise really really its true the more I post
the more I learn please I hope you understand but do you know what I
mean though.



Sat, 27 Feb 2010 23:54:38 GMT
 glasses intermittently make vision blurrier -- why?

Quote:

>My daughter has infrequently said that her glasses make her see
>worse.  That complaint has applied to both new and old prescriptions.

Talk to the eye doctor. Be prepared to answer questions about her health,
allergies, whether there has been trauma to the head or eyes, changes in
medications including birth control, etc.

Robert Martellaro
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Optician/Owner
Roberts Optical
Wauwatosa Wi.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
"Science is a way of trying not to fool yourself."
- Richard Feynman



Sun, 28 Feb 2010 00:16:30 GMT
 glasses intermittently make vision blurrier -- why?

Quote:
> Hi,

> Okay this is going to sound strange to you but I learn in a very weird
> way I mean the more I talk to other people the more I learn I know it
> must sound really wierd and stupid and unusual but I have a very
> strange way to learn yes the more I talk the more I learn because you
> know they have that saying that 'the person who learns most is the
> teacher' well yes I guess you could say I am like that if I explain
> something to someone then I learn better than if I just read about it
> okay but I really hope you understand I know its hard to explain but
> thats the truth. I know I post a lot and it doesnt even look like I is
> trying to learn but I promise really really its true the more I post
> the more I learn please I hope you understand but do you know what I
> mean though.

Well, for one thing, you could have condensed that paragraph into one
or two sentences.  And, for another thing, you spend most of your time
telling people are older and wiser than you how silly and stupid they
are, so maybe this isn't the right place for you to learn anything.
Also, I noticed that when you have attempted to teach something about
Bates, etc., nobody seems to be listening.  The only people who listen
are already part of your "clan."


Sun, 28 Feb 2010 01:35:16 GMT
 glasses intermittently make vision blurrier -- why?
Hi,

Quote:
>Well, for one thing, you could have condensed that paragraph

Well you see well what I am trying to do is to improve my typing speed
as well I know its kind of silly but I really want to get really fast
like the people on the typewriters who can do it really fast so thats
why I want to write as much as possible so then my mind can remember
the patterns of words that I type and I will become so fast that I
will be like a robot okay if you know what I mean I know its really
silly but well I think I am getting really super fast the more I
write.

Anyhow I am good in my heart but when I call people stupid its only
because they said it first so its okay because well even if they didnt
say it openly 'you are stupid' I can tell if you are implying it so
you better not otherwise I can tell when you are being sarcastic. My
English is getting really good so you better watch out because I know
lots of good insults up my sleeve my friends taught me.



Sun, 28 Feb 2010 01:45:44 GMT
 glasses intermittently make vision blurrier -- why?


Quote:
> My daughter has infrequently said that her glasses make her see
> worse.  That complaint has applied to both new and old prescriptions.

> This isn't every time, of course.  Usually her glasses do what they're
> supposed to do.

> (When she makes this complaint, we first check to make sure her lenses
> aren't gunky with fingerprints or something.)

> I'm wondering what's going on here.

> The person in question is 17 years old, and more than intelligent
> enough to know what she's talking about.

> Maybe she's imagining it.  Or maybe her eyes change form time to time,
> depending on her nutrition level.  If I ask an ophthalmologist,
> they'll probably say that I'm crazy and these things don't happen.
> Maybe they're right.

> But I'm thinking that there's more going on than refraction and
> immutable eyeball eccentricity.  There's more to the eye than, um,
> meets the eye.  For example, {*filter*} sugar levels?

> Is there any hint of science that might substantiate my wild
> speculation?  If not, what do you think is happening?  I'm not trying
> to push some alternative medicine.  I'm looking for answers.

> All serious replies will be appreciated.

> Ted Shoemaker

> Procrastinate -- tomorrow.

It likey not her glasses making her vision blurry but that her vision
is blurry.  There are a number of possiblities:  dry eye, allergies,
accommodative spasm, migraine.   High {*filter*} sugar  can do it but
levels need ot be very high.

Her eye doctor will not think you or she are crazy.  Return with a
description of the problem, it will help if she keeps a diary and
notes when it occurs, whether distance or near or both blurred, how
the eyes felt, what she was doing, any headache or other symptoms.

Dr Judy



Sun, 28 Feb 2010 01:51:08 GMT
 glasses intermittently make vision blurrier -- why?


Quote:

> Is there any hint of science that might substantiate my wild
> speculation?  If not, what do you think is happening?  I'm not trying
> to push some alternative medicine.  I'm looking for answers.

> All serious replies will be appreciated.

> Ted Shoemaker

Ted, You might have noticed that a tragically disturbed person, who
currently calls himself "zetsu" (but with a blink of an eye may change
his/her identity) is suffering from an incurable infliction called
'diarrhea of the fingertips'.  Unfortunately, this is just one of the
serious mental disorders he is suffering from.

But there are competent people on this newsgroup who may give you
valuable advice, just wait for them and ignore the jerks.  Meanwhile,
it probably will be helpful if you provide your daughter's
prescription.



Sun, 28 Feb 2010 02:11:26 GMT
 
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