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Robin Hood’s: Eye Dominance And Why It Matters

November 24, 2015 | Author: | Posted in Health and Fitness

Steal from the rich, and give to the poor. He was Robin Hood the outlaw of Sherwood Forest, Robin Hood the Crusader, Robin Hood the yeoman, Robin Hood the nobleman. Sometimes he had a band of Merry Men and Friar Tuck. Sometimes Maid Marian was there and sometimes she was not. Although accounts of him are diverse and conflicting, one thing remained constant: his skill as an archer.

On the contrary, you never know when you will need vision insurance. That’s why you should start shopping around through the various vision health plans if you haven’t done so already. Your eyes are too important for you to leave anything up to chance.

The last thing you want to do is use the wrong type of eye drops on your eye. Since each type of eye drop is intended for a particular problem, you have to first figure out the problem before you can determine which product you can use.

Very few people should actually care about this non-exciting, yet coolly scientific discovery. But it proves a point. If you want to be a good archer, you had better learn about your eyes. This applies for any sport that requires aim, including archery, darts, hunting, or any other type of shooting.

Everyone’s eyes are just a little bit different, and the left, right, or both eyes may be your dominant eye(s). There are tests that you can have performed to know which one is your dominant eye. It is helpful to know while hunting, as is knowing the certain techniques to use in certain situations. If you have been diagnosed, use your absolute dominant eye to look down the rib of the gun. Keep both of your eyes open and focused on the bird. From there you will be able to get your best shot.

Once you have determined that eye drops aren’t the best treatment protocol, you should make another visit to your eye doctor to see what they have to say. If they come to the conclusion that you will need surgery, you should be prepared for that kind of outcome.

It is possible for your eyes to be equal in dominance. You can learn equally well with either eye, although after using one eye to aim consistently, you may become dependent on that eye. It is also possible to change which eye is dominant through exercises/practices or surgery (although it may not be covered by your vision insurance).

Even though you might have it in your head that you can get back in the game, you should take it easy and consult with your doctor every step of the way. You will be able to get recommendations from them as to how you should proceed to aid in your recovery. You will feel tempted to go against their word, but you should avoid that temptation at all costs. It’s something that could do more harm than good to your eyes in the long run. Throughout the process of correcting your vision, you need to keep an eye towards the future rather than your ability to get back to your life without restrictions right now.

For years VSP has maintained member satisfaction ratings above 95%. That means that nearly all of our 60 million members love what we do for them. As a not-for-profit vision care company, we put our members first and are dedicated to helping them maintain excellent eye health.


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