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Pinhole glasses - aviator style How do pinhole glasses work? Pinhole glasses work by exercising your ciliary muscle group that alters the shape of your lens. An "out of shape" eye lens causes an inability to focus images on the retina, resulting in blurred vision. Pinhole glasses exercise the ciliary muscles, helping restore a normal range of focus that restores clear vision. Read more at Natural News: http://www.naturalnews.com/034345_blurred_vision_eye_doctors_pinhole_glasses.html
The Worth Digital Frame Collection has anti-blue ray lenses that protect against glare, radiation, and eye fatigue. Computer glare creates unnecessary feedback that our eyes need to filter out. This causes stress on the ciliary muscle in our eye, but is easily prevented through the protective computer glasses.
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Felix Gray 🔍 Lens Technology 🔍 CRYSTAL CLEAR LENS No yellow tinted lenses or noticeable blue reflective coating HOW WE FILTER BLUE LIGHT DIFFERENTLY Our Blue Light filtering solution is baked into our lens, so we’re able to filter 50% of Blue Light and 90% of the highest range without compromising color OPTIONAL MAGNIFICATION This reduces stress on ciliary muscle, which is overworked when staring at close distances for long periods of time. This can help, if you’re the right fit…
Origin and distribution of the oculomotor nerve (cranial nerve [CN] III).
Figure 1: A) Human dioptric focusing system and efferent pathways from the autonomic nervous system (ANS) to the ciliary muscle. The major innervation to the ciliary muscle is parasympathetic and follows the pathway shown by the thick solid lines. The parasympathetic pathway originates in the Edinger–Westphal nucleus and courses with the third nerve, where the fibres travel to and synapse in the ciliary ganglion. The majority of the postganglionic parasympathetic fibres travel to the…