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Friday, June 24, 2016

My Myasthenia Gravis

Myasthenia gravis is one of more than 100 types of autoimmune diseases affecting human, including multiple sclerosis, type 1 diabetes mellitus, and rheumatoid arthritis, among many others.

Myasthenia gravis is one the many autoimmune diseases, which, according to Western medicine, offers no known cure, except controlling or suppressing its many disease symptoms.

Norman Cousins, an author, once said: "The human body experiences a powerful gravitational pull in the direction of hope. That is why the patient's hopes are the physician's secret weapon. They are the hidden ingredients in any prescription." So, find your own ingredients in your prescription for a cure of your myasthenia gravis.

My Myasthenia Gravis covers every aspect of holistic health to cope with autoimmunity: body detox, diet, lifestyle changes, exercises for muscle weakness, and mental relaxation techniques for vision problems, including the following: 

  • The potential causes of autoimmunity
  • Why some are more susceptible to autoimmune diseases
  • The importance of cellular health
  • The damaging free radical
  • How to protect and enhance the immune system
  • The author’s own story: the diagnosis, the treatment, the awakening, and the recovery
  • Healing begins with the mind, and not the body
  • The dangers of drugs and steroid therapy
  • The importance of internal cleansing
  • Using foods as medicine
  • Lifestyle changes
  • Relaxation and immune diseases
  • Coping with muscle weaknesses, especially the eye-muscle

Click here to get your digital copy, and here to get your paperback edition.

Stephen Lau

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Develop Good Visual Habits

Develop good visual habits to have better vision. Vision deterioration is a result of bad visual habits that have accelerated vision deterioration over the years. It is like bad posture that affects shallow breathing, resulting in many health issues. Over time, many of us have formed bad visual habits that affect how we see, leading to many vision problems.

Blinking: Blink constantly to relax the eye. Blinking has to be soft and complete, not rapid, movement of the eyes. To relax your eyes, imagine you were using your eyelashes to gently open and close your eyes. Make sure your movements are slow, gentle, and complete.

Shifting: Shift your eyes constantly (the healthy eye sends more than 50 images per second to the brain) and rapidly by changing your eye focus frequently. Your eyes move more rapidly when they are relaxed.

Blink and shift your eyes as often and as much as possible. Just be more aware of the need to blink and shift constantly and consistently.

Peripheral vision: Be aware of your total field of vision whenever you focus your eyes. Use BOTH central vision and peripheral vision at the same time. That is, don’t STARE! When you are looking at something, try to look at other things on the side. Cultivate this awareness.

Natural sunlight: Spend more time outdoors instead of indoors to reap the health benefits of sunlight in nourishing your visual system. Warm sunlight early in the morning or later in the afternoon is beneficial to your eyes. Form the habit of not wearing sunglasses, unless the sun is too strong for your eyes.

Palming: Relaxation of the eye cures all vision problems. The eye rests completely only in total darkness. Practice palming and visualize blackness even for as little as 1 to 2 minutes per session. Of course, the longer you palm, the more relaxed your eyes become. In addition to covering your eyes with your palms, you may also cover them with eye patches (obtainable at pharmacies). Don’t close your eyes tightly; instead, gently look and visualize the blackness in front of your eyes.

Vision without glasses: See without glasses to bring back your eye’s natural “accommodation” for better vision. However, remember not to strain to see without glasses. Reduce your time of wearing glasses, and delay the time you put on glasses in the morning. Use under-corrected prescription to slowly and gradually wean yourself from wearing corrective lenses.

Vision Self-Healing Self-Help

Stephen Lau

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