Quite a few of us suffer from bad eyesight. Some developed that during their childhood, while reading too much with a flashlight at nights, others have been progressively losing their sight with age. Bad eyesight can have different manifestations – some can’t see well at a distance, others can’t see close objects unaided.
Whatever your problem is don’t rush to go and get a eyeglasses prescription, instead try to improve your eyesight by yourself. Getting glasses is like taking drugs, instead of taking care of the cause of the problem, glasses only help deal with manifestation of the problem.
The following techniques from Su Jok will help you improve your vision.
Start with massage of points on your hand according to figure 1.
Using a little stick with a not too sharp edge (a toothpick with a broken sharp edge, ball pen without ink and will do). Press these points with a moderate effort and begin a slow rotation of the stick in two directions. Do this procedure 1-2 times a day.
Next using a red felt tip marker paint those points you’ve just massaged (figure 1). Do this procedure 3 times a week.
Do this treatment for a month then make a break for a few weeks and if your sight doesn’t improve repeat the treatment for another month.
Note: You can apply the treatment to either hand (or both), but Su Jok therapy recommends the right hand for women and the left one for men.
A patient of mine, 45-year-old woman told to me that her daughter had a conjunctivitis virus and after a while my patient caught this illness as well. Hers eyes were very red, purulent and her eyesight drastically worsened. She was treated by her oculist and in two weeks the virus went away, but her sight gotten even worse. The patient complained that everything seems to be foggy to her. Her doctor told that process of sight restoration can take up to two years. She was in a shock because her specialty was pedicure and manicure and she couldn’t do her work without her good eye vision.
She was in despair and I suggested to treat her using Su Jok technique.
According to Su Jok theory a decrease of a sharp sight is connected to an excess of Dryness or Coldness energy.
Conjunctiva of eye has to do with Heat energy in structure of Liver meridian. Therefore the aim of the treatment was to reduce of subbranch Dryness of Heat branch of the UM-Wind energy.
According to my diagnosis I performed acupuncture on byol meridians and on points corresponding to eyes in the different corresponding systems ( figure 2 ).
In addition I told her to apply grains of black pepper on corresponding points at home.
I did three sessions of this treatment. After first session her sight improved by about 30%, after second session she could see almost normally and after the third one her sight was completely restored.
My patient was very surprised that the whole treatment took just a single week, whereas her doctor predicted a very long recovery period.
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