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The CF should not be turning people away based on a thesis of their own making without any substantiated facts; not even remotely proven at all.
Well, my program is called "Vision Freedom", although it is written by a different person then that of the website I gave you. My program is written by an ex-pilot. I bought the booklet he had a while back but never really had time to actually do the excersises until a couple months ago. It has really helped me, like I said, it naturally improved my vision by 50%, i‘m very happy.By the way whats the exact program you did called?
Don‘t pull that BS on me.I was asking because if you say there are studies then you must know of some specifically. By giving me a search engine I guess you dont.
You might want to have a chat with someone with an emergency medicine background about what happens in severe head injuries. The plates of the skull move only if they are fractured, your brain is inside a bony vault and swelling/pressure will push your brain out of the base of your skull (transtentorial herniation) before it pops out of your eyes. Increased intracranial pressure can put pressure on the optic nerve, affecting pupillary response and vision (which is OK, because you should be deeply unconscious by that point). The only other thing that could happen to your eye is that it gets avulsed (popped out) by blunt force trauma to your head. All of these things can happen to anyone, regardless of pre-existing conditions.Originally posted by Royal:
[qb]The skull is made up if plates, a hard blow to the head can cause swelling of the brain, plate movements and general pressure build-up inside the skull. Physics would dictate that pressure escapes through the path of least resitence. Put the pegs in the holes and you have weakened cornea = BLOW-OUT! Remember, people at risk for irreversible injuries are not going to get into the military, we can‘t take the risk. [/qb]