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Saturday, January 5, 2019

Take Good Care of Your Vision

Given that myasthenia gravis is a neuromuscular disorder, the muscles and the nerves that control vision are often adversely affected, causing vision blur, double vision, and other vision problems.

To illustrate, the muscles that create movement and vision are normally under your conscious control. However, the involuntary muscles (such as the muscles of your heart and many other organs, including your eyes) are beyond your conscious control. In myasthenia gravis patients, weakness occurs because the nerves that activate your eye muscles fail to stimulate them because your immune cells (which normally attack foreign invaders) target and attack your body's own healthy cells—known as an autoimmune response.


“Vision Self-Healing Self-Help" is a 147-page book on vision health based on the my own experience of vision impairment due to my myasthenia gravis, which is an autoimmune disease affecting eye muscles and thus vision.

The book is also based on the Bates Method of vision improvement through eye exercises, as well as body, mind, and eye relaxation.

This book covers various types of eye disorders, including macular degeneration, glaucoma, and cataracts, among others. It also includes vision nutrition.

Improve your eyesight through awareness of good vision habits, such as blinking, shifting, eye palming, and soft vision, among others. It is never too late to improve your vision and to have better eyesight. This is a holistic approach to better vision.

Stephen Lau
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