I wrote a list of 10 findings about eyesight. Please comment about whether you agree or not.
1. Glasses in the form of negative lenses for nearsightedness and positive lenses for farsightedness do not lead to healing neither of a physical nor psychological nature (I am not making a distinction of the two, but mentioning both for the sake of completion).
2. People prescribed glasses for myopia typically worsen their eyesight by -0.25 diopters per year until it stabilizes in their mid 20's.
3. Tested and confirmed hypothesis - nearsightedness and farsightedness are full body conditions marked by tense necks, shoulders, backs, face, eyes, and shallow breathing.
4. Data shows people get blurry vision in times of stress and strain and not in times of joy and relaxation - very common to hear tales of trauma that occurred around the time a person had glasses, and so far unheard of to hear "everything was going great and then my vision blurred".
5. Tested and confirmed hypothesis people's eyesight changes with their relaxation and the act of straining causes blur.
6. Untested hypothesis - people that wear glasses are less comfortable IN GENERAL with dancing, sexuality, and have lower confidence.
7. Glasses, contacts, and laser surgery are more expensive than being relaxed and having clear vision.
8. Glasses, contacts, and laser surgery are counter productive to the eye returning to its natural round shape because all three methods refract light to a location behind where the retina would be as an emmetropic eye.
9. The National Institute of Health says that most myopic (nearsighted) eyes are actually healthy eyes - this supports the theory that blurry vision comes not from genetics, but from strained muscles squeezing the vitreous (the fluid filling the eyeball - 98-99% water).
10. People that remove their glasses and contacts at first frequently feel things like: being lost, confused, scared, uncomfortable, nauseous, worried, tense, strained, but also somehow able to relax more. Are those feelings that the people have subconsciously while wearing glasses? If the person knows that they will feel scared without their glasses or contacts, then how does it feel to be dependent on something to "correct" the vital sense of sight?