Comments for yabo亚洲 - yabo亚洲,亚搏体育客户端下载 //www.tennisbs.com Train yourself to thrive on stress Wed, 19 Feb 2020 04:53:23 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.4.1 Comment on FAQ for vision improvement by Hormetism by Todd //www.tennisbs.com/2016/03/faq-for-vision-improvement-by-hormetism/comment-page-1/#comment-374585 Wed, 19 Feb 2020 04:53:23 +0000 //www.tennisbs.com/?p=5334#comment-374585 In reply to Timothy Reynolds.

Hi Tim,

Contacts are a little harder to work with, since you don’t want to be constantly popping them in and out. I think the best plan is to obtain contacts that are under-corrected by about 0.5 diopter, to use for distance vision in normal life — going for walks, watching TV, etc. For close up work, you can wear plus lens glasses OVER your contacts to stimulate active focusing. Select the plus lenses (from the pharmacy reader glasses rack) so that you can focus crisply on a book or screen at comfortable distance (maybe 18-24″ away), then sit or push back an ADDITIONAL 6-12″ to do print pushing at the edge of focus, as per the standard print pushing method in the video.

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Comment on FAQ for vision improvement by Hormetism by Timothy Reynolds //www.tennisbs.com/2016/03/faq-for-vision-improvement-by-hormetism/comment-page-1/#comment-374584 Mon, 10 Feb 2020 00:48:21 +0000 //www.tennisbs.com/?p=5334#comment-374584 In reply to Todd.

Thank you for the response! My next question is regarding contacts. At the time I made that post, I was still wearing glasses but they were beginning to chip in the lenses, but at my last appointment I didn’t get new glasses and instead got contacts as they were cheaper to get instead of the glasses at the time. What should my method with contacts be?

I look forward to hearing from you again soon.

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Comment on FAQ for vision improvement by Hormetism by Todd //www.tennisbs.com/2016/03/faq-for-vision-improvement-by-hormetism/comment-page-1/#comment-374583 Sun, 09 Feb 2020 23:58:23 +0000 //www.tennisbs.com/?p=5334#comment-374583 In reply to Amit Sarkar.

Yes, you can use plus lenses for study. But take frequent breaks, and stop for a while if your eyes get tired or so. Be patient. You will likely see some reduction in your prescription within a few months, but it may take years, and several weaker prescriptions, before you eliminate your myopia.

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Comment on FAQ for vision improvement by Hormetism by Amit Sarkar //www.tennisbs.com/2016/03/faq-for-vision-improvement-by-hormetism/comment-page-1/#comment-374582 Mon, 06 Jan 2020 10:21:32 +0000 //www.tennisbs.com/?p=5334#comment-374582 Hello Sir,
I have watched your lecture on “Myopia a modern yet reversible disease.”
It is a excellent video.

I have Myopia.
R-6.75
L-4.50
With cylinder.

I am a student. And I have study about 10-12 hours daily.
I done print pushing without my glasses for study. Is it right to study without glasses all the day?

Can I use plus lenses for study?

I know you have said that it would take time to rebuild my eye.
But I want to know what is the right and best method for that kind of prescription?

Sir please please please reply…

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Comment on What cold showers and exercise have in common by Lily //www.tennisbs.com/2014/02/what-cold-showers-and-exercise-have-in-common/comment-page-1/#comment-374581 Sat, 23 Nov 2019 13:40:48 +0000 //www.tennisbs.com/?p=4706#comment-374581 I enjoy reading your blogs but I am puzzled by the fact that brown fat can increase resting metabolic rate. I have read that the lower your resting metabolic rate, the longer you live. What are your thougts about that?

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Comment on Retraining the limbic brain to overcome obesity and addiction by Dan //www.tennisbs.com/2019/10/retraining-the-limbic-brain-to-overcome-obesity-and-addiction/comment-page-1/#comment-374580 Sun, 03 Nov 2019 16:39:33 +0000 //www.tennisbs.com/?p=25230#comment-374580 Great talk.

Decondition diet for smartphone addiction could look like this:
1. Make it less addictive. Turn screen colors to black white, remove Twitter notifications (at least).
2. Extinction: Look at it, touch it, don’t unlook.
3. Gain more sovereignity.

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Comment on Myopia: a modern yet reversible disease by The Zen of myopia rehab, respecting physiological limits in sports, and psych strategies for stretching time – Sensitivity is strength //www.tennisbs.com/2014/08/myopia-a-modern-yet-reversible-disease/comment-page-4/#comment-374579 Fri, 01 Nov 2019 18:55:32 +0000 //www.tennisbs.com/?p=4946#comment-374579 […] Not the Bates method or other relaxation and accommodation “exercises”; chiefly the method advocated on endmyopia.org and (the better and clearer summary once you know the basics) on www.tennisbs.com. […]

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Comment on Retraining the limbic brain to overcome obesity and addiction by John Sanderson //www.tennisbs.com/2019/10/retraining-the-limbic-brain-to-overcome-obesity-and-addiction/comment-page-1/#comment-374578 Sun, 20 Oct 2019 05:37:07 +0000 //www.tennisbs.com/?p=25230#comment-374578 Great talk. Anecdotally. I skip breakfast before work, go to the gym lunchtime, work hard then eat Feel great and don’t get snack cravings.

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Comment on Myopia: a modern yet reversible disease by Vincent Jones //www.tennisbs.com/2014/08/myopia-a-modern-yet-reversible-disease/comment-page-4/#comment-374573 Tue, 30 Jul 2019 03:17:24 +0000 //www.tennisbs.com/?p=4946#comment-374573 Awesome thanks

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Comment on The health benefits of hypoxia and living at high altitude by Todd //www.tennisbs.com/2016/08/the-health-benefits-of-hypoxia/comment-page-1/#comment-374571 Mon, 27 May 2019 17:40:24 +0000 //www.tennisbs.com/?p=5400#comment-374571 In reply to zeynep.

Yes

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