Vision Improvement Case Study #3: Week 1 Wrapup

I’m now one week, plus 2 days into the Rebuild Your Vision program. I’m sure the one thing you want to hear is “Have I seen a change in my vision?”

Yes. I have.

But it hasn’t been anything radical. I didn’t wakeup one morning and put my glasses on to find that I had 20/20 vision (like that scene in Spider-man).

But before I go into the changes I’ve noticed, let me wrap up my first week:

First Week Recap

I noted in my last post, that doing these eye exercises are very similar to any exercise routine. One of things to be expected would be some fatigue for the first few days.

I’d been speculating whether the fatigue would hit, me and it did. But it wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be. My eyes simply felt a little more tired then normal, but I was still able to function fine.

Better than fine in fact. The fatigue only lasted about a day, and by the next day I started feel very strong visually. It felt like my eyes had had an intense workout which gave them extra strength.

I’m sure you want to know what changes I felt in my visual acuity. In my last post I showed you the eye chart I set up to do the exercises with. I couldn’t see the top “E” on the chart, so I printed of 2 more “E”‘s to go on top of the chart, the idea being that I’d work my way down as I progressed through the program.

Well I haven’t used the top “E” since the 3rd day, and for the rest of the week I was toying with the idea of going to the main “E” on the chart. By the time I got to the 2nd day of the 2nd week I was able to ditch the top “E”‘s that I’d printed and only use the “E” on the chart! This is a measurable improvement and I’m really excited.

One other thing I’ve noticed, and this is usually at it’s strongest the hours following the time I’ve done the exercises, is that colors appear sharper and more defined. I’ve also definitely noticed an increased awareness in my peripheral vision.

Week #2

Yesterday I began the exercises for week #2. Like I said in my post last week, you’ll need to take some time at the beginning of each week to read though (or listen to the audio) of the new exercises you’ll be performing that week.

After I felt I’d learned everything I needed, I began the new set of exercises for the week.

One thing you may experience while going through the program is frustration when you’re not able to do one of the exercises.

I found that on the first day I wasn’t able to do the 2nd level of the 3 Cups exercise, but one day later I was able to do it without a problem.

You’re training and strengthening your eyes, and it takes time for everything to iron out. Just stick with the program! You’ll get through it and the benefits are going to far outweigh the temporary frustration you feel along the way…

Things I Still Need to Work On

I’m going to continue going through the program and reporting my progress. I’ve already seen a measurable improvement and I’m excited to see what the results are going to be at the end of the 2 month program.

One thing I know I need to work on is a strategy for relaxing my eyes while at work. I work in a very fast-faced and high stress job, which is not conducive for the occasional walk outside to relax my eyes.

This is something I’ll be working on over the coming weeks. I’ll post my strategy here on the blog so that others can benefit from it.

Until next time, to your vision!

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