When you hit a wall and can’t push through it, erode it

When you hit a wall and can’t push through it, erode it

When you hit a wall and can't push through it, erode it. "It's always impossible until it becomes inevitable." - Jeffrey Sachs  So far I've already reached some major visual goals I set out to achieve. Good! I know more or less how this process works and how real unexpected change can and does happen over time. Good! The downside is that the time table always turns out to be much longer than I'd hoped for. Nevertheless, results do materialize. I watched some of my previous eye videos, some of which were more…Read more …
“Electronic Rapid Alternate Occlusion Goggles” as Anti-Suppression treatment

“Electronic Rapid Alternate Occlusion Goggles” as Anti-Suppression treatment

Following an interesting thread on Facebook and some e-mailing back and forth with Patricia Simone Fink OD and Eric Hussey OD who were generous enough to share their time, research and experience with me, I decided to make another investment in my vision in the form of Electronic Rapid Alternation Occlusion Goggles. New year, new projects and new ways of approaching existing problems! What are Electronic Rapid Alternate Occlusion Goggles? "Electronic rapid alternate occlusion (ERAO) using liquid crystal lenses is used to treat suppression of binocular vision, a defect affecting the sensory combination…Read more …
How does it feel to live with Ménière’s syndrome?

How does it feel to live with Ménière’s syndrome?

Earlier I wrote about the intricate link between the visual and the vestibular system. They cannot be understood separately. During this research on the vestibular system I stumbled upon something called Ménière's syndrome. What is Ménière's Syndrome? (Taken from the book 'Vision Rehabilitation'.) "The etiology of Ménière’s syndrome is not completely understood but is considered to be idiopathic (meaning the cause is unknown) endolymphatic hydrops. Symptoms occur when excessive amounts of endolymphatic fluid swell the endolymphatic space in the membranous labyrinth. Onset is typically spontaneous with symptoms of severe rotational vertigo, fluctuations in…Read more …