JohnRichards

Is laser vision correction good..!!

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Hi, I'm 27 years old, and I'm currently working as a market development executive. I have been using glasses for years, and I'm virtually blind without my glasses or contact lenses. It was always a hassle for me. My parents always worried that my eyesight would affect my marriage prospects and for a certain extent I too concerned about it. It was at that point I consulted my eye specialist for a solution, and he sold me the idea of laser vision correction which is the miracle cure for myopia and several eye issues. He said that I would have perfect vision after surgery and never need those lenses again in my life. He referred me to one of the leading centres for laser vision correction in Toronto for the treatment process. But I have a concern that does it lasts forever! I have read mixed reviews both positive and negative about the laser surgery in eyes. So I'm in confusion to go with the surgery. I know this forum has many experts from various fields, can someone enlighten me regarding this? I badly need a suggestion.

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I’m no expert but I have a friend who did this and now has perfect vision. Listen to your intuition 👁

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look into "Bates Eye Method". Just for the sake of it. I don't have personal experience but there are lots of positive reviews on youtube and amazon.  It may still be worth reading his short book and seeing if that resonates with you before you get a non-reversable laser surgery. 

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NOOOuu!!!!!! Look up Dr courtney hund on instagram. It explains why in detail. Many people who get Lasik complain of eye floaters constantly/itchy red eyes/etc. Also in America, a few weeks ago a news anchor, Jessica Starr, got Lasik, and got extreme dry eye and pain, and committed suicide. This is no small thing. The eyes and their connection to light are crucial to health. Make sure your eyes see the sunrise and sunset daily (especially sunrise). You cannot fix your eye sight naturally to be 20/20 but you can improve it by a lot.

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Your parents teach you how to loose confidence ?

 

Prospect for mariage wtf

I know myopa boy that fuck more than the whole forum


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There are many people who have done this and still see 20/20 after decades you just have to find a good hand. The one down here where most of my family did theirs, the Doctor had over 30000 people 92% success rate for 20/20 vision or significantly better than previous vision.. Everyone in my family see great even after 10-15 years still have much better vision than before.

There other more "natural" methods that work but it takes a lot of time/effort and you'd probably have to live somewhere temporarily where are surrounded by vibrant nature for optimal results. Most people don't have that luxury and cant really be away from technology/society for that long.

True healing takes place when you give up everything and only focus on yourself 24/7 or you can take a shortcut, there are no rules, do what works for you :)

Another thing to take note which most people don't do is take care of their eye after surgery, eat whole foods/healthy, take eye supplements/herbs, exercise/spend time in nature daily, limit screen use ect... better be safe than sorry.

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On 19/03/2019 at 2:26 PM, moon777light said:

NOOOuu!!!!!! Look up Dr courtney hund on instagram. It explains why in detail. Many people who get Lasik complain of eye floaters constantly/itchy red eyes/etc. Also in America, a few weeks ago a news anchor, Jessica Starr, got Lasik, and got extreme dry eye and pain, and committed suicide. This is no small thing. The eyes and their connection to light are crucial to health. Make sure your eyes see the sunrise and sunset daily (especially sunrise). You cannot fix your eye sight naturally to be 20/20 but you can improve it by a lot.

I did on my left eye ( cause the right is just not connected well from born, he is "fucked" in a way, no laser can help, it's between the brain and the sight ) so I can see with it anyway, can still live on my right, but I would turn a bit insane. ( it's like having 15% power for watch instead of 100% in the other, it see, but it's seams wrong to me )

 

I see your point, but I have not this, only when I m in a room with too many smoke, but the upper side is above the cons for me right now.

but it could turn bad I suppose if you ain't young


it can just become dry sometimes, and they don't tell you enough about this, not really bad, but it could, and that's a downside that depend people.

no red eyes though, I did in France.

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Please don't. I did it 10 years ago had perfect vision. 5 years ago started having blurry vision. I now have astigmatism and have to wear gas contacts. 

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