Author: Huang Wengguo
Zhoushan Qigong Association, China 
Conference/Journal: 2nd World Conf Acad Exch Med Qigong
Date published: 1993
Other: Pages: 140 , Word Count: 139
To counteract the tendency that the rate of youngster hyprometropia getting more and more, we've created a qigong set to prevent and cure youngsters' hyprometropia based on the theory of traditional Chinese medicine. Attention is paid to the whole function and local function. The treatment consisted of the emitted qi therapy and self-practice of qigong exercise, so to succeed faster. The long-term effect is better than the short-term one. Two semesters later,it was found the complete cure rate was 48.75%, the total effective rate was 95%. Under this qigong treatment, the eyesight of patients improved by an average of 0.34. At the same time, the normal eyes remained normal and most cases improved by an average of 0.15. The exercise was done once a day for half an hour. This treatment is not only safe but also simple and easy to learn.