Brain activation and vision

  • May 20, 2019

Visual acuity is restored when the brain is activated.
It does not seem to be related, but in fact it seems to have been generally considered in the field of brain science.
The principle is that to “see” is to say that “the brain correctly recognizes information obtained from the eyes.”
I do not know whether it is professionally appropriate, but if I use an expression method that is easy for even an layman to understand, one of the causes of visual acuity loss is the deterioration of the ability to recognize by brain aging, resulting in visual acuity. To say that it feels like it has fallen.
It is good to think so.
Many people use the five senses such as eyes and ears as a method to activate the brain, but it seems that solid rest is also allowing the brain to rest.
For example, in the breathing method, not only oxygen to the brain but also fatigue, anxiety, and stress are alleviated, so it is possible that the brain can be rested and activated while refreshing mind and body including eyes.