Is there a way to get 20 20 vision back?

Updated: 9/19/2023
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Eye exercise! Just Google eye exercices and you"ll be good. Here's the 5 I use.#1 Splashing If you splash your eyes once when you wake up and once before you to bed that helps. #2 cupping When you feel tired cup your eyes so no light can get through. #3 cycles Doing 7 circles clockwise then 7 cicle counter clockwise. It's best if you look up at the celing.#4 Taking breaks If your on th computer once in a while look up set a timer for 10 mins. and look at something ten feet away. #5 Close your eyes for 5 seconds then open. Do this when your eyes feel dry. Do it until they feel moist. Oh and drink drinks and eat food containing vitamin a b c and d. Try these or google it for more.

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Do You mean 20-20 vision?

What does it mean to have 20 20 hindsight?

It mean that you can look in the past (hindsight) and see what you did wrong. Perfect vision is 20/20. So as you look back, you're able to see "perfectly" what you should have done. "Hindsight is 20/20"

How bad is 20 300 vision?

I am pretty sure that is very bad for u, I have 20-40 vision

What does 25 25 vision mean?

that means that you have perfect vision__________________________________________________________The numerator refers to within what distance of certain objects you have to be to distinguish them. The denominator refers to within what distance of certain objects a "normal" person has to be to distinguish them. Therefore, 25/25 vision is much like 20/20 vision in that it indicates normal/perfect vision. If the numerator is greater than the denominator (20/15), one's vision is better than normal. If the denominator is greater than the denominator (20/40), one's vision is worse than normal.

What organ has many cones in it?

The human eye has colour-sensitive cones in the back of the retina which are sensitive to green, blue and red light. They are also used for your central vision, which is what you focus your vision on. Rods are used for peripheral and night vision; they are found on other areas of the eye aside from the back. Their quality is poorer than cones, which is why your peripheral vision is a poorer quality than central (this is also why you cannot see stars when you stare at them directly)