One of the most miraculous faculties of human beings is the ability to see. But the mounting pressures of modern civilization and a life full of stress and anxiety often forces us to ignore the eye – one of the most important organs of the body.
With advanced technology having become an essential part of our lives our dependence on television and computers has increased phenomenally often resulting in deteriorated vision and other eye ailments.
Better eyesight without Glasses has been especially designed to provide the lay person a comprehensive guide to how the eyes function and how to take care of them. Some easy to follow exercise for relaxation of the eye muscle have also been included which will help readers achieve better eyesight without glasses.
Of all our faculties sight has consistently been considered the most miraculous and the most beneficial. Biology shows that the eye is quite literally a part of the brain the place where the brain rises to the surface. Out eyes enable us to see things. But because of their complex mechanism they are peculiarly liable to defect breakdown and injury. Modern civilization also places an unprecedented strain on the optic system of the ordinary person. Television screens artificial lighting abundant reading material poor diet, tobacco, alcohol, certain drugs can all contribute to deteriorated vision.
This book is designed to provide the lay person with a comprehensive guide to how the eyes work how to look after them some easy to follow exercise for relaxation of the eye muscles and better eyesight without glasses.
|1||The optics of the eye||9|
|2||Basics of Normal Vision||19|
|7||Aids to Vision||61|
|9||Illusions of Sight||69|
|10||Myopia and its treatment||77|
|11||Long Sightedness and astigmatism their treatment||80|
|12||Squint and Amblyopia||86|
|13||Eye diseases and Disorders||90|
Item Code: NAC188 Author: Dr. Chinthana Patkar&Vijaya Kumar Cover: Paperback Edition: 2006 Publisher: Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd. ISBN: 9781845574444 Size: 8.5 inch X 5.5 inch Pages: 96 (Illustrated Throughout in Full B/W) Other Details: Weight of the Book: 125 gms