and then quickly move your head backward and focus the coin again.
The objective of doing this is to train the strength of your eyes, the more exercises you do, the more better eyesight you will have. Well, it was a scam, for my case I actually went to do the exercise again and again, at the end I turned out exhausted and dizzy.
In fact, I did come across laser eye surgery many years ago, during that time I was a student, therefore with the tremendous amount of money the surgery was not within my budgetary convenience, also, generally there are so many misconceptions where people suffers from its complications and side effects. So after some times when I finished my diploma and started to work, I did save up some money.
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Six months back, all of the sudden I came out an idea to figure out what Lasik Eyes Surgery is all about, so I went to Optimax(which is introduced by my friends, also influenced by Kennysia) for inquiry, their opticians explained to me the entire procedure of the surgery. I would conclude that this surgery has a very safe procedure yet painless - FDA certified.
Basically what the lasik surgeon gonna do is, he/she actually used the machine so called microkeratome to create a hinged corneal flap on the outer layer of the eye, when the cornea is surgically removed, an excimer laser is used to reshape your cornea. The procedure will approximately take 10 - 15 minutes per eyes, after that the doctor will replace the flap back and then the healing process begins. This in fact will not lead to any serious complications because the removal part is on the outer layer of the eyes - not inner layer. So it's very rare that you'd get complications for the surgery. It's 1% out of 100%.
Actually I was just browsing Optimax with no intention to do anything, not due to financial constraint but with such tremendous amount of money I could have done a lot of things; e.g. traveling. One month passed, at the mean time I had also been asking for feedback from ex-lasik patient, doctor from General Hospital and Chinese doctor, lol. All the feedback were pretty much positive, that was when I took the initiative to make the final decision.
So, I was scheduled about two weeks before the surgery commence, I was very calm until the day when I was about to walk into the operation room, I turned panic and nervous. This surgery is performed under local anesthesia, that means I have to open my eyes and let the surgeon cut my eye in live. "1000x scarier than seeing a ghosts!" I kept on shivering, worrying this and that. I just got too much unduly concerned. Approximately one hour plus the surgery was finally done for both eyes, I felt painless except having very blurry vision. I found my eyes extremely discomfortable like my eyes were running out of tears. The next day I woke up, my eyes recovered except feeling a little dryness on my eye.
|Eye shields have to put on every time before going to bed.|
It was a completely a brand new day for me. Everything I saw was sharp and clear, I couldn't help describing how excited/happy I was but kept on telling my friends "Hey, I just installed two DSLR cameras on both of my eyes". A week later, my eyes seemed to be very tired, my vision got blurred especially under dim light, double vision during midnight (maybe because of sleeping late), glare vision when I drive in night and this continued for two months.
I was very worried and went back to the clinic to follow-up, what I got from their optometrist was "Be patient", fine then since I had also checked on the internet most after-lasik-patient they had similar experiences. This irritation had been barricading me from looking for job and also driving at night, how disturbing.
Hairstyling for 13mins. Must camwhore a while.
After undergoing these short term side effects for about two months, now my eyes are regained back to its full vision. Glare, double and blurry visions are cleared after two months except slight dry eye, it's not a big deal after all. Many imperfections are slowly reducing as the time goes by. Anyway, I'm very happy with my brand news eyes now as they are no longer like before, where i have to put on glass to do my own things.
|Now I can exercise without spec.|
|Swim without spec.|
|Club without spec. Wonderful.|
Well, I think it is important to have good eye contact because it can stimulates strong feelings of affection, at the same time also makes a good conversation flows well where your conversational partner may think that you are confident and interested in the conversation. When it comes to your love ones, looking into her/him eyes you can actually see little color changes that make up their eyes, reflection in their eyes, design of their eyes.. how lovely/romantic.. ehh.. right? If I'm with glass on, definitely my love ones will not care much about my eye contact. no?
In totality, I had just made one of the best decisions ever in my entire life. I'm very great that I'm now totally freed from the dependency of glass, same thing goes to when you are freed from sanitary napkin. Perfect vision is essential because we are happy when we see beautiful things. Isn't it wonderful to have a DSLR camera to take picture?
HERE'S AN UPDATE FOR MY CURRENT CONDITION FROM THE SURGERY.