I'm making pretty good progress with my current regimen. It's usually these three things--five minutes of Columns, five minutes of Bouncy with a six diopter prism on the left eye with the base facing to the right, another five minutes of Bouncy without a prism, five minutes of clown saccades, and 40 minutes of light tube movement exercises with an anode on the Oz region and cathode on the back of my neck at two milliamperes.
I did notice quite a bit more information today. The double vision has gone wayyy down. Now it's just that I have some ghosting, meaning that the image produced by the lazy eye isn't quite at the same speed as the regular eye, so it sort of trails behind it.
I got my Chattanooga Ionto device today. It was sort of a bitch to figure out because there are no instructions. I was wondering why it kept beeping at me when I turned it on. It's because it senses whether it has the proper conductance before it passes current.
This turns out to be a very handy feature. About midway through the session it started beeping at me. I figured this had something to do with conductance, so I pressed the sponge electrodes a little on the head to get the saline to soak in more. That did the trick. It's just that I needed more saline. Of course, you don't want to use too much saline, because then it can trickle down from the Oz position down to the neck creating a path for the electrons to follow over the skin--not what you want. You want the electricity to bury in from the anode, under the skull, travel through the brain, and come back out through the cathode. That's actually why it's recommended that you have at least eight centimeters of space between the anode and cathode. Anyway, the impedance detector helps tell you whether you're doing it right. I'm glad I got that device.