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Large and Small Print

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Large-and-Small-Print sqWhat is the Large and Small Print

This easy to download PDF file contains two sheets of print that incrementally shrink in size. Easy to print multiple copies allowing you to take the exercises anywhere and create multiple copies. You can also put the chart on any device such as a smart phone or tablet and always have it on the go!

How the Large and Small Print Helps Maintain and Improve Eyesight

The Large and Small print can be used to help multiple conditions such as:

  • Presbyopia
  • Amblyopia
  • Strabismus
  • Farsightedness
  • Astigmatism
  • Macular Degeneration
  • Cone Dystrophy

The macula is a small area in the retina that contains a high concentration of cone cells. the cells responsible for seeing fine details. In our everyday lives the macula is regularly underused as we ignore fine details in our surroundings.

Using the Large and Small Print activates the cones and retrains the brain to look at smaller and smaller detail making the eyesight clearer.

Large and Small Print
Large and Small Print
When you vision gets blurry you can use these charts to clear things up. Simply look down the chart to paragraphs that you can't quite read and then shift from word to word and from space to space. You can also use this chart to test the size of print you are able to read and to keep track of your close up vision improvements. Download the charts once and then print out as many copies as you like!
Price: $10.00

How to use the Large and Small Print

Testing

By marking which paragraph you see easily at the beginning of your program you create a bench mark so you can refer back to this point make it easier to track your progress

Some Eye Exercise Examples

Shifting With Large and Small Print

  1. Remove any corrective lenses i.e glasses and contact lenses.
  2. Print out this document.
  3. Find the paragraph that you cannot quite read.
  4. Now look at the next paragraph down the page and instead of reading the letters look at the spaces between them.
  5. Now move even further down the page and look at the spaces between words.
  6. Finally, move to the smallest paragraph and count the spaces between the lines.
  7. Now look back at the paragraph that you couldn’t quite read before and see if it now easier to read.
  8. Cut a piece of black construction paper about 2 inches square.
  9. Put a tape loop near one edge of the paper and tape it to the eyebrow above your dominant eye blocking its central vision.
  10. Repeat steps 2 through 8 above while you wave your hand in the periphery of the dominant eye, which is covered by the black paper.
  11. Remove the paper and see if your vision is clearer.

Astigmatism Eye Exercise

 

  1. Remove any corrective lenses i.e glasses and contact lenses.
  2. Whilst reading a paragraph on a page of text or an eye chart, flash an object directly in front of your eyes for a split second. The object you flash can be a page with letters or a deck of cards. For example, you could be reading an eye chart, “E, C, B . . .” and then glance to recognize the Queen of Spades as you flash this card in front of your eyes.
  3. Quickly look back at the text and continue to read.
  4. Repeat this sequence for 5 minutes unless your eyes feel fatigued.
  5. Palm for 5 deep breaths.
  6. If your eyes feel strong enough continue the eye exercise after the palming.
Large and Small Print
Large and Small Print
When you vision gets blurry you can use these charts to clear things up. Simply look down the chart to paragraphs that you can't quite read and then shift from word to word and from space to space. You can also use this chart to test the size of print you are able to read and to keep track of your close up vision improvements. Download the charts once and then print out as many copies as you like!
Price: $10.00