Against visual changes, f.e. that one needs at increasing age reading glasses and more light for reading and so on, one cannot do much. However, also here the question arises, whether the time of the beginning and the worsening does not have something to do with spinal damages, because it is a wellknown fact that not everybody at the same time needs reading glasses and that there are occasionally even very old people, who still can read without glasses.
Another problem are visual disturbances, which in most of the cases show a blurred or unsharp seeing. The concerned has the feeling as if he had a veil in front of his eyes, which he only had to wipe away, to be able to see clearly again. This form of visual disturbance depends, if there exist no other medical causes like hypertension (high blood pressure), hypotension (low blood pressure) or heart diseases as well as other sufferings, on spinal damages.
The body orifices of the eyes (C2) are part of the functional circuit gallbladder (Th4 SMT®)/ liver (Th5 SMT®)/ eyes and tongue (C2), which is connected via the 2nd cervical vertebra to the functional circuit heart (Th2 SMT®)/ small intestine(Th12 SMT®)/ tongue and eyes (C2).
Visual disturbances at circulation problems explain themselves by the fact that the small intestine- and circulation vertebra (Th12 SMT®) in the functional circuit heart (Th2 SMT®)/ small intestine (Th12 SMT®)/ tongue and eyes (C2) is directly connected to the eye vertebra (C2).
In this connection subluxations of the mandibular joints have a great influence on good seeing, because over the mandibular joint run the following meridians: