Non-Invasive Color Impulse Therapy (CIT)

What is Colour Impulse Therapy (CIT)?

Research shows Colour Impulse Therapy (CIT) can be summarized as a non-invasive therapy using frequencies of colour and impulse light that have been modulated to help mediate and balance the optical system.

e eyeGYM is a high-tech device resulting from the combination of Russian Rsearch and Development (R&D) together with Korean meticulous technological production system. e eyeGYM is an economical, lightweight, easy-to-use, safe and effective eye care device which is the best solution for visual health care.

Visual Fatigue

e eyeGYM Colour Impulse Therapy (CIT) is highly recommended as a convenient, non-invasive and safe 10 minutes vision care treatment everyday to protect the eyesight. Research shows on the prevention of pseudomyopia in children, myopia or pseudomyopia is a common refractive error between the ages of 3 and 15 which can cause a profound impact on vision. Vision care is vital nowadays due to the inevitable integration of electronic technology into daily lives resulting in the prolonged use of computers and mobile phones can lead to eye fatigue, myopia, astigmatism, premature vision loss, lesion, severe vision impairment or even damage.

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Program No.Targeted Ametropia /
Vision Impairment
1Myopia The morning program for short-sightedness
Recommend for use between 9:00 am and 11:00 am for the most
effective results
2Myopia The universal program for short-sightedness
It can be used anytime when feeling visual fatigue
3Myopia The afternoon program for short-sightedness
Recommend for use between 11:00 am and 1:00 pm for the
most effective results
4Myopia The evening program for prevention of high degree
short-sightedness and retinal dystrophy, and for maintenance
of low or medium short-sightedness.
Recommend for use between 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm, and
before bed time for the most effective results
5Astigmatism Intended for astigmatism
6Amblyopia (Lazy Eye) Intended for amblyopia
7Low Vision Intended for low vision
8Asthenopia (Eyestrain) Intended for asthenopia
9Pseudomyopia Intended for the treatment of eyestrain and
discomforts caused by prolonged near vision work
(with computer, reading, sewing, etc).
10Presbyopia & General Preventative Care Intended for the treatment of age-related vision
problems including presbyopia, etc., and as general preventive
care for all visual discomfort or vision problems due
to excessive or intensive use of eyes
Tips for Vision Care

Please note! Results may vary depending on an individual’s vision health condition or time period with the aid of wearing spectacles.

  • Proper posture when reading or studying
  • Keep eyes at least 35cm away from reading material
  • Do not bend or strain the neck
  • Take a 5-minute break after reading more than one hour
Indoor Lighting
  • Avoid dim or insufficient lighting
  • Maintain indoor lighting illumination at no less than 500-lux
  • Use indirect lighting (uplighting) to minimize shadows and reflected glare
  • Maintain the light or lamp clean
  • Avoid eye irritation from flashing lights
Living Habits
  • Make it a habit to periodically gaze into the distance
  • Try to gaze at the blue sky and greenery
  • Get enough sleep
  • Regularly blink eyes for more than 30 seconds daily
TV Screens and Computer Games
  • Keep eyes at least 60 cm away from computer screens
  • Sit at least 2 meters away from the TV screen
  • Watch TV or play video games no more than 1 hour
Diet habits
  • Consume more vegetables
  • Take in foods that are rich in protein
  • A balanced diet is recommended
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