Posted by David H. on 7/2/2012 at 12:14 PM
Following an accident, where I lost the majority of vision in my right eye, I have had problems adapting monocular vision. I have suffered greatly from headaches and mental fatigue. I work at a PC for 80% of my work. I have tried to compensate by taking regular breaks, using a bigger monitor and specialist software but to little effect.
Is this a common complaint?
Thank you for any advice.
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Re: Monocular VisionPosted by MaureenD on 7/17/2012 at 10:11 PM
Hello David H: This is Maureen Duffy, Social Media Specialist and blogger for VisionAware. I asked several of my tech colleagues, and it sounds as if you're doing the right things computer-wise.
I'm a vision rehabilitation therapist, and I would recommend that you look into vision therapy, or VT. Some optometrists specialize in it, and here is a website with more information about what vision therapy could do for you: http://www.visiontherapy.org.
If you have additional questions, please post them and I'll do my best to answer.
Re: Monocular VisionPosted by David H. on 12/1/2012 at 6:49 AM
And thank you for the information. Apologies for the late reply but I have only just read your message.
I will have a look at the website.
monocular visionPosted by email@example.com on 3/1/2013 at 8:38 AM
Re: Monocular Vision. The head aches and mental fatigue sound familiar, it has been 23 years since my left eye was damaged in an accident. I had the eye removed over 20 years ago. This was actually helpful in my case since the eye was stitched up and could not see at all. Your headaches will go away eventually, the muscles in your eye are working more than they ever have.
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