As will most childhood problems a squint is almost certainly caused by either a nutritional deficiency during the development of the baby in the womb or damage caused by eating high levels of starchy foods during pregnancy (see Starch Study). This may also be contributed to by the infant being given starchy food in its formative years.

Conventional Treatment:

Optical correction is usually successful

Alternative Treatment:

The Action Plan can be successfully used on its own or along side the optical corrective work.