Wednesday, March 19, 2008

What a blurry world

I realized that I really can't live without my specs/lens.

You see you see. You look at this. This is my sight when I keep my spine straight without my specs. I usually keep this posture when I have my specs on. But.. this this...

Next, this is my sight when there is about a distance of 16cm between the book and my eyes.

Poor thing. I have to bend my back, until I reach the distance of 13 cms between the book, then, only I can have this sight.

I have lived my life like for... 4 hours today in the 1st situation lor. It was my longest period of not wearing a pair of specs/lens. When I wake up, the first thing I look for is my water bottle, then my specs. After showering, the first thing I look for is my towel, then my specs. As you can see, how my pair of specs meant to me - although it's always the 2nd stuff I look for. I feel really insecure without having my specs with me.

So question arises.Why do I want to take off my specs for 4 hours since I really need it so much??

Answer: Not comfortable. I ignored the 0.1mm tear on my lens when I saw it this morning. I thought it would be alright. but, as u can see, no.... I am forced to take it off. And taking one side off just making me feel dizzy. Thus I took both sides off. That's why lor.

Life's so good with clear vision~

5 comments:

Dan-yel said...

Try wearing lower degree glasses, it'll helps to adjust your eyes. Wearing the degree that matches exactly yours, I believe, would make your eyes over-reliant on the lenses and the lens muscle in your eye will gradually become weaker n more relax, thus you may require higher degree.

I just bought a contact lens which is like about about like 575 but I'm actually about >700. Last Monday I went to college to study using contact lens, while reading it was rather blur, n occasionally it become clear for me to read. If you can imagine it was like, blur then clear, then blur again. But I maintained the normal distance as I had my normal glasses, over time it adjusts and i could read as usual w/o reverting back to blurness. It seems like my eye/brain fine tune the image.

In Guardian they sell these black plastic 'glasses' with holes as its lens. I figured that it sort of massages the eye lens muscle back to normal, slowly of course.

I think, if you try to wear gradually lower degree, perhaps like in 2 or 3 yrs you might get back the vision the day you were born. Simply because our eye lens in our eyes are like other muscles, you can flex it and bend it like in gymnastic. Wonder why nobody propose such an idea before. But it works for me, when I got home that Monday, I put on my normal glasses (with the contacts off) I found myself dizzy. It shows that my lens had just readjusted itself to lower degree that when I put on the normal glasses, my brain had to force it back to my previous degree.

Dan-yel said...

Try wearing lower degree glasses, it'll helps to adjust your eyes. Wearing the degree that matches exactly yours, I believe, would make your eyes over-reliant on the lenses and the lens muscle in your eye will gradually become weaker n more relax, thus you may require higher degree.

I just bought a contact lens which is like about about like 575 but I'm actually about >700. Last Monday I went to college to study using contact lens, while reading it was rather blur, n occasionally it become clear for me to read. If you can imagine it was like, blur then clear, then blur again. But I maintained the normal distance as I had my normal glasses, over time it adjusts and i could read as usual w/o reverting back to blurness. It seems like my eye/brain fine tune the image.

In Guardian they sell these black plastic 'glasses' with holes as its lens. I figured that it sort of massages the eye lens muscle back to normal, slowly of course.

I think, if you try to wear gradually lower degree, perhaps like in 2 or 3 yrs you might get back the vision the day you were born. Simply because our eye lens in our eyes are like other muscles, you can flex it and bend it like in gymnastic. Wonder why nobody propose such an idea before. But it works for me, when I got home that Monday, I put on my normal glasses (with the contacts off) I found myself dizzy. It shows that my lens had just readjusted itself to lower degree that when I put on the normal glasses, my brain had to force it back to my previous degree.

Cheryl a.k.a. Shang Hui said...

thanks for your advice~~~
i'm actually undergoing the 'black hole glasses' treatment you mean..
I'm wearing it like about 1 hour a day..
we will see~

aLiya said...

dont u feel irritating when people who have no eye sight problem says: I LIKE TO WEAR SPECS!

DAM THem!

Cheryl a.k.a. Shang Hui said...

yea right. solely bitchy.