In this week’s podcast Will and Richard talk about the importance of reinforcement in learning eye exercises. Reinforcement starts with trying to do the exercise the way it was demonstrated for you.
The next stage is having your form corrected by a vision improvement coach or by watching a video or listening to an audio over and over to correct any bad habits you might be developing. Once you have the form correct it is only a matter of repeating the exercise enough times to move your knowledge of the exercise from short to long term memory.
Of course after all that hard work you need some positive reinforcement to help you appreciate what you have accomplished and to help you appreciate how the exercise has improved your vision.
In this question of the week they address a general question about vision loss from a young You Tube viewer.
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