Success with Learning and Behavior
“During that first session, while Dr. Books was holding points near my eyes, my vision became in focus for the first time in years. My eyes worked well individually, but they lacked the ability to work together. This inability affected my depth perception, as I subconsciously used one eye for my visual intake.
I saw improvements with my concentration. I had difficulty concentrating with external visual input and auditory stimuli, such as movement nearby. For example, in a classroom situation, I might be distracted by the sound of someone’s hand across the paper. Because of my concentration difficulties, I found that I would forget items even while doing the same project. This meant a great deal more time completing a project. After the initial series of sessions, I have occasionally needed periodic readjustments for this (after an illness, for example).