Esotropia is when one eye turns inward or cross-eyed.
The largest of the six Extra-Ocular Muscles (EOMs) that move each eye is the Medial Rectus muscle that turns the eye toward the nose.
That means that when the body, or even just the eye area, becomes toxic and acidic, and all the EOMs get tense and tight, the eyes tend to cross inward.
Typically this pattern happens when the Liver is stressed, as the body's muscles begin to be recruited to help take on the work of the Liver by producing Liver enzymes.
This makes the muscles tight, less flexible, and more easily injured.
The Liver is part of the Wood Element in Chinese Medicine, as are the Eyes.
The Liver Meridian runs from the big toe through the Liver and all the way to the eye through the Optic Nerve.
The Water Element is also related to the Medial Rectus Muscle, as that is where the Bladder Meridian reaches the eye.
The Liver and Kidneys are the two main filters that clean the blood, so healing the underlying causes of Esophoria and Esotropia relates to cleansing the body and blood, so the eyes and brain can get back in sync.
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