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Your peripheral vision takes up movement that comes from your pages, and it helps you navigate the world. If you think you have problems with your peripheral vision, make an appointment with your ophthalmologist so they can test you. They are likely to give you a simple field of vision survey, where you will be asked to cover an eye and identify various objects in your field of view. If they want to do additional testing, they can let you look into a machine that flashes lights in your peripheral vision. You are asked to press a button each time you see a flash to determine your peripheral visual power. To learn how to make your own test unit at home, read on!
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