For the first time in years, I am sitting with my arms and legs relaxed. Usually my left arm is doing Napoleon impersonations. But right now it is calmly resting on my knee.
How has this happened? I added opaque side shields to my glasses that block peripheral vision.
Why should that matter? This is only an amateur theory but –
1) The peripheral vision process is separate to the main focal vision processing
2) PD has a major effect on the peripheral vision which is why we see things that aren’t there out of the side of our eyes.
3) The corrupt peripheral vision has to be integrated with the main focal vision.
4) This integration with corrupt data corrupts our vision as a whole and effects other physically close areas of the brain that control movement.
5) Blocking out the corrupt peripheral signal should improve our vision’s clarity, reduce eye movements, reduce startle responses etc
By the way for the first time in years I am touch typing with two hands.
This experiment has been going only for one hour, hopefully the effects last.
You look ridiculous
You might get run over by a bus.
This may be a placebo effect and may not have any effect on other people, but I’m feeling good right now.