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What is Convergence Insufficiency?

Convergence insufficiency is a condition in which eyes are unable to function together when looking at nearby objects. Our brain combines information it receives from both eyes to see objects clearly and in a single image.
Pencil Push-Up exercises
Convergence Insufficiency

Pencil Push-Up Exercises

Many individuals find themselves grappling with eye strain, fatigue, and even issues like convergence insufficiency—a condition where the eyes struggle to work together, especially when focusing on close objects. However, there’s an effective exercise that

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The connection between ADHD and convergence insufficiency.
Convergence Insufficiency

The Connection Between ADHD and Convergence Insufficiency

The connection between ADHD and Convergence Insufficiency lies in the potential overlap of certain symptoms. Furthermore, convergence insufficiency might underlie the exacerbation of ADHD symptoms. Both conditions can exhibit signs of inattention and difficulties with tasks requiring sustained focus, such as reading and near tasks.

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Brock string and convergence insufficiency
Convergence Insufficiency

Brock String and Convergence Insufficiency

The human visual system is a complex mechanism responsible for interpreting the world around us. However, just like any other system, it can encounter challenges and issues. One such problem is convergence insufficiency, a common

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Convergence Insufficiency

How to Treat Convergence Insufficiency?

Convergence insufficiency is a common vision disorder that can affect people of all ages, causing discomfort, eye strain, and difficulty focusing on nearby objects. Fortunately, there are effective treatments that can alleviate these symptoms and

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What is Convergence Insufficiency?

Convergence insufficiency is a condition in which eyes are unable to function together when looking at nearby objects. Our brain combines information it receives from both eyes to see objects clearly and in a single

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