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IMPROVE YOUR VISION

Vision, the faculty of eyesight, involves two organs - the eyes and the brain.

Vision starts in the retina, the membrane at the back of the eye containing the light-sensitive cells. The rest of the eye is mainly concerned with focussing the right quantity of light onto the retina.

The focussing is done by the cornea in conjunction with the crystalline lens - the ability to focus being known as accomodation. By altering the curvature of their surfaces light is refracted to project a sharp and clear image on the retina. The eye muscles and the extent of their flexibility is important for correct focussing.

The image cast on the retina is translated into nerve impulses that are carried to the brain via the optic nerve. The optic nerve transmits the optical data to the brain, where it is interpreted - allowing us to 'see'.

Each of the two eyes receives a slightly different view of the image; but both images are fused in the brain to deliver a single interpretation; this stereophonic ability being particularly important in judging depth.

Eye muscles again come into play for correct alignment of the eyes, which is essential for perfect vision.

There are 6 eye muscles involved in receiving visual images and centering them on the retina. This activity too requires extreme flexibility of the eye muscles. The muscles act in groups to swivel the eye balls in the different directions, as detailed below:

Inferior Oblique: Upwards, outwards, and anti-clockwise rotation.

Lateral Rectus: Outwards

Superior Oblique: Downwards, outwards, and clockwise.

Superior Rectus: Upwards, inwards, and clockwise rotation.

Medial Rectus: Inwards.

Inferior Rectus: Downwards, inwards, and anti clockwise.

The most common eye disorders are problems of refraction, such as myopia, hypermetropia and astigmatism. Most of such cases can be corrected by a course of eye exercises, although many prefer to take the 'instant' route of prescription glasses or contact lenses.

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