Please only reply if you are sure you know the specific eye exercises, or other action, that will solve this vision skills issue. This is ruining my life, PLEASE HELP!!
VISION THERAPY Expert ONLY:
Starting occasionally in 2009, then reaching its current perpetual state by 2010, I have pronounced vision issues of hyper-convergence and hyper-accommodation (to a distance of about 11 inches). (you could also call it convergence infacility)I have to strain very hard to fuse (and accommodate) any objects that are further than 11 inches. If I stop straining, I get an immense feeling of muscle relaxation and and relief, with obvious realization of how very tense the muscles were being kept.... but then of course, everything is very blurry and double, so I have to tense and strain again. After some hours of this tensing, I get very severe headache and pain all around my eye area, including the brow, behind the eye, and the eyeball itself (almost a bruised feeling).My lens
is almost perfect:
Right Eye -0.50 -0.75 145
Left Eye -0.25 -1.00 30My age is 38, I'm not taking any medications, and I'm left eye dominant.
Anything else you need to know, just ask. I have bought some things over the years.
I see tell me this is not their area of study or expertise.
There were only two Vision Therapists in my city. One of them closed down, and the other was exposed as a fraud who was scamming patients.I MUST find the solution to this.
It's has STOLEN MY LIFE FROM ME.The more I strain, the harder it becomes. The first 10 min. I'm awake vision is much easier to get clear, but then it quickly gets difficult, and by end of day, it's almost impossible to see anything, and I have extreme pain around the eyes
.I've tried many different pairs of glasses
, but they don't help my vision skills issue. I find glasses with only astigmatism correction to be better than ones with power in either direction, but even those seem to push the issue even worse, so I only wear them at night in order to be able to drive.Dry refraction could not be determined because I could not see the large E, and the machine reading is very different each time.
I do not have strabismus
In the office, they use full paralyzing drops and not just the dilating ones.
At home I have atropine which I've tried using for 1-2 weeks at a time, to rule out accommodative spasm.[an observation; let me know if this is related, unrelated or is normal... when I lay in bed at night, the light on the smoke detector disappears if I look at it, but if I look a foot or two away in any direction, it appears again.]