Total Darkness can Help Cure ‘Lazy Eye’

Lazy eye — a condition in which one eye has weaker vision than the other — could be quickly cured by a spell in total darkness, a new study has found. Common in young children, a visual impairment known as amblyopia, causes blurry vision in the ‘lazy eye’ .
It happens when the part of the brain which deciphers signals from one eye does not work hard enough. It is often treated with an eye patch over the ‘good’ eye to force the other — or rather the relevant part of the brain — to work harder.
Now Canadian researchers have discovered that a spell of total darkness can quickly cure the condition.

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