Some non-tradidional practitioners (osteopaths etc) expand their work to myopia as well and this is what derives from the point one of them takes about myopia:
“There’s should be no myopia if everything is OK in body (besides eyes).
Something’s taking place wrongly when eye easily gets longer and longer while seeing up close. In my opinion it’s cranial bones structure causing bad vein blood flow”.
Now I share my thoughts.
While osteopath’s opinion makes some sense, my opinion is that the main fault is on connective tissues. If something is wrong with them, we can get other health problems as well - these are flat feet, scoliosis, kyphosis, hypermobility and ADHD syndromes, so on.
On the positive side, myopia with basically any cause could and should be reversed naturally - by placing correct stimulus on a regular basis. In my opinion, this is about ocular muscles changing eyeball structure, but there are other theories available why eye reacts to stimulus. Because in judging whether your case of myopia could be reversed, you need to try it first. And in vast majority of cases, any structure X should be cancelled by the opposite (-X) function. For example, spine with a structure causing it to curve rightwards (forward) will gradually cancel itself by repeating opposite function - constant curving leftwards (backward).
As for other conditions listed (we talked about myopia, kyphosis and scoliosis), flat feet could have a similar solution (even if it’s rigid, it will change but it will take long to change bones) - constant strain on muscles that form foot arch.
As for hypermobility, you could try to not move your hypermobile parts of body too much.
“ADHD syndrome” is a bit of human-made “problem” in my opinion, putting off responsibility from myself. “I am born with this so there’s nothing I can change”. If you are not that sort of people, you could form correct behaviour stereotype. Maybe I have this “condition” to some extent. While I don’t deny it’s a real disorder (if I have it, it negatively impacts my life as well), but if I believe I just born/grown/formed as this, then really I should go to nowhere. It’s like saying “I was grown that I should eat 5 kg of donuts every time I take food” or “I formed that way: I need to sit 25 cm from my computer while I see it clearly from 1 m”, or “I born the way I am addicted to games 12 h per day”.
Yes, if we go further, the society should agree that “I was born gay” etc is nonsense. While it could be like that it doesn’t mean I should behave this way. You can take it as my opinion. I am not here to offend someone.
The axioms in each case are:
- Some people are more resistant to asymmetrical stimulus, in other word they have stronger homeostasis. Some are less. That doesn’t mean some people are born “better”: (not only) my take is that nothing in this world is random. Your family is responsible what they put into you, including genes. We (or some of us?) just don’t (want to?) know what are the relationships between our decisions (stimulus) and resulting events (response). It’s really sweet to put fault on world, “this angry/money-making/just-profit/merely-hedonist society”, parents, genes, conditions I have in present, and not on myself.
- The people having weaker homeostasis and developed conditions arising from it, could revese them naturally, just using weaker homeostasis they have in a good way: using it to induce the opposite function as a regular stimulus. Get it work for them, not against them.
That’s all of resources nature made available for my brain.