Video: ❶ Palming: Bates' Eye Treatment And Vision Restoration
Among the methods for improving and restoring vision, the method of Dr. of Ophthalmology William Bates is well-deservedly popular, which, with the proper approach, allows you to get rid of glasses and look at the world with new eyes. Location: Location:
At the beginning of the last century, the American ophthalmologist William Bates established that mental stress is at the heart of the imperfect work of the eyes. In this regard, the essence of his methods that he used in his practice in the treatment of various anomalies of refraction (myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism) came down to all kinds of ways to achieve relaxation by relieving mental stress with the subsequent elimination of eye muscle tension.
One of these methods is called "palming", from the English word "palm" which translates as "palm". The essence of the method is to simply close the eyes, which provides them with rest. However, some light still gets through the closed eyelids. To prevent this, and therefore for greater relaxation, Bates recommends placing the palms of your hands on your closed eyes, crossing your outstretched fingers on your forehead, but in such a way as to prevent pressure on the eyeballs. This exercise relaxes the muscles in the eyes and at the same time activates the action of the nerve cells.
During the exercise, when the eyes are closed and covered with palms, instead of an infinitely huge black "screen", a person can see constantly changing light and color illusions. This is due to the fact that the visual centers of the brain are still in an excited state. You should not pay attention to this bizarre kaleidoscope, but you should relax and think about something pleasant and calm, about something that brings you joy and peace. You should also not think about the eyes themselves or try to feel them.
Avoid any actions and thoughts that can provoke eye and mental stress. The ideal state for this exercise is the feeling of complete rest in a "boundless" black void. The exercise should be done as often as possible, but little by little, three to five minutes will be enough. Dr. Bates strongly recommends this exercise for people with good eyesight as well for prevention.