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Your Questions About Naturally Improve Eyesight

February 4, 2012
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Mark asks…

How do I improve my eyesight?

But I know a lot of people whose eyesight actually improved naturally. I don’t know why/how that happened. How come it’s not happening for me? It even happened to my sister, who’s supposed to be genetically similar to me
Seriously I tried everything to improve my eyesight but nothing worked. My eyesight is about -6 for both eyes. How can I improve my eyesight and is there any way that I can have perfect eyesight again? P.S. I tried neck rolling, which eliminated my neck tension a lot, but I’m not too sure about eyesight.
Actually I did have 20/20 vision up to grade 3, but then I got a contagious eye disease that infected half of my classmates, and afterwards I started wearing glasses and then my eyesight deteriorated rapidly until they became extremely myopic. I saw the photos of my eyeballs and my eyeballs were very elongated and not round the way normal eyeballs would look.

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I am a massage therapist and we did learn a little about massaging for eye site as well as exercises for eye site. There are many factors for restoring eye site naturally and for most people the amount of work put into restoring your eye site compared to the amount of benefit is considered not worth it. Things that may help are finding ways to rest your optical muscles. There are also exercises. The basis for the exercises is to think about how we used our site in nature. I would recommend purchasing something like yoga for the eyes.

I do have 20/20 vision and I am the only person in my family including my extended family that has 20/20 vision. I have always had it and I am at the age that most people do not have it. All my family even had problems as children with glasses so I know this stuff does work.

Steven asks…

Has anyone improved their eyesight naturally?

admin answers:

See the Bates method

Carol asks…

Eye exercises can improve eyesight ?

My daughter wants to get rid of myopia. She insists on improving this problem naturally. Can myopia be fought by doing eye exercises? If so, how to do them ?

admin answers:

Yes the eyes can be trained, and vision can be improved through exercising them. It is best to avoid things like TV screens and monitors to ensure that the natural healing works most efficiently.

Strokes in the eye have been cured through Indian yoga.

You don’t need to pay for yoga, it can be done at home..

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Your Questions About Naturally Improve Eyesight

February 2, 2012
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Sharon asks…

How to improve eyesight naturally!!?

I need to know how to improve our eye sight naturally and i would like to get feedback from people who have actually done that..

I really believe it is possible

admin answers:

Try PVS system

Linda asks…

How to improve eyesight?

I’m nearsighted and I aspire to fly jets for the air force. I read somewhere online that any sort of corrective eye surgery automatically prohibits you from being a pilot. Is there any way to enhance/improve eyesight naturally?

admin answers:

Check out the articles at Natural News. Never mind what you read online. Check with the Air Force.

William asks…

How can I improve my eysight without using glasses?

I had very good eyesight but now I am 13 and my eyesight is at 20/100. I want to know how I can improve my eyesight naturally without getting glasses? I really hate not being able to see things from far away.

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You are near sited and that has to do with the shape of your eyeball.
Last I heard, there is nothing short of surgery or glasses to improve that. Nothing you can eat or exercise will have an effect on the shape of your eyeball.
Http://www.webmd.com/eye-health/tc/nearsightedness-myopia-cause

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Your Questions About Naturally Improve Eyesight

January 31, 2012
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Paul asks…

How can one improve his/her eyesight?

How can one improve his/her eyesight (naturally)?

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You can’t.

Foods & exercises don’t work.

George asks…

Has anyones eyesight naturally improved?

Mine has but for some reason no one believes me, at one point I almost needed glasses and now I don’t :)

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My brother needed glasses for being farsighted when he was a kid. He doesn’t need them anymore, his eyes improved.

My eyes improved once. The doctor said it happens sometimes that people’s eye get better. But they said it is more likely that I was overscripted.

Joseph asks…

improving eyesight naturally? or lasik??

ok, obviously, naturally is easier….but does it work?? besides…i cant get lasik til im 18 so thats a 5 year wait…..

the thing is, if anyone out there tried either of those solutions 4 bad eyesight, plz tell me if they work and if so, where u got it

thanx!!

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You cannot naturally change the focal length of the eye, there are no muscles that you can exercise that will change the shape of the eye. When you squint, looking through narrow slits, you artificially change the focal length by narrowing the beam of light entering the eye, but that is a very unnatural way to look at the world. Lasik works by changing the shape of the eye permanently, but because your eye will be growing as you do, you cannot do it until you stop the accelerated growth in adolescence. Personally, if you can wait till you are 18, Lasik worked for me and I have had no problems since, no longer would I walk into walls if i didn’t have my glasses on.

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Your Questions About Naturally Improve Eyesight

January 29, 2012
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David asks…

Improving Eyesight naturally?

I have strong aspirations of becoming a military pilot in a few years and only one thing unsettles me about that. My eyesight isn’t perfect and I wear contacts. I am -1.50 and -1.25 in the other. I have seen many things online about naturally improving eyesight but it all seems bogus. One thing seemed central which was not to wear corrective lenses. Which I haven’t for about a week now, i printed out an eye chart and have measured it for the past week and it has seemed to have gotten slightly better. Whether that is just my eyes natural ups and downs, I don’t know. I was just wondering if anybody has any personal experiences or medical advice to this. Anything helps and is greatly appreciated, and I’ll be flying regardless so don’t go easy.

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Most eye problems are because of the shape of the eyeball and there is nothing short of surgery that you can do to fix it.
There will be those who will answer and tell you all kinds of supplements or homeopathic medicine or other stuff to ‘naturally’ cure your eyesite but frankly that is BS. None of that can change the shape of your eyebal.

George asks…

How to improve your eyesight?

So how do one improve his/her eyesight, naturally, without the surgery.
Thanks in advance

admin answers:

As opposed to buttsight?

It’s called vision.

Robert asks…

Has anybody ever improved their eyesight naturally?

One of my friends used to wear glasses and he says he doesn’t need them anymore. He doesnt wear contacts and he didn’t get lasik. He says he just started to notice his eyesight get better and now he doesnt use them. So how is this possible. And his myopia was severe too.

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I don’t normally like to agree with the skeptics, but as much as I wish I could say otherwise, glasses, contacts, or surgery are the only way to improve your eyesight. I think your friend is either lying (he may have contacts) or it was some weird fluke that he got glasses (which maybe he didn’t need) and his eyes fixed themselves… Although I’ve never heard of that happening unless the person didn’t actually need glasses.

I’ve been looking for other options for over 20 years since I first had to get glasses and I have found things that improve the health of your eyes (which can help them from getting worse), but they can’t make the actual visual acuity better. Most of them are natural herbs (like Lutein, Bilberry, and Eyebright) and vitamins (A and E among others) that help maintain the health of the eye, but unfortunately couldn’t improve vision.
The main reason is because vision problems are a physical problem (the physical distance between the retina and lens), not a chemical problem that can be changed with drugs, herbs, or supplements :-(

I’ve heard of eye exercises that some people try, but based on a lot of research I’ve done on them, there is no basis to say that it will improve your eyesight at all long-term. All that’s left after all that is surgery or glasses/contacts. Sorry.
Also, there is an article at http://abcnews.go.com/Health/EyeHealthNews/11-eye-myths-debunked/Story?id=8919023 that points out some of the common myths about eyes. Some of these are included in there, but it also verifies that reading in the dark or watching a TV/computer screen too close doesn’t negatively affect the vision long-term. Good luck and I hope I helped!

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Your Questions About Naturally Improve Eyesight

January 27, 2012
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Mary asks…

How can you improve your eyesight naturally (Bates Method) ?

So I happened to stumble over this website: http://www.visionwithoutglasses.com/?hop=ebraininc and it got my hopes up. I’ve had glasses since 3rd grade and so now my vision is really bad. It’s horrible and it keeps getting worse per year. Have anyone ever used this program of Vision Without Glasses before? The website says that it’s a success, but it doesn’t mention HOW to improve your eyesight. And I really can’t afford this right now, I’m only 14. It really sucks because I’ve always wanted to join cross country in High School and it’s a pain to run with glasses. But if I take them off, I would definitely trip over. This probably sounds kind of desperate, but I’m really hoping this program will work for me. So how do you improve your eyesight and get a 20/20 vision using this program? It’s supposed to work in about 3 months too (: And, is it a book, or something else?

Thanks a lot !!!!!

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There is NO serious science showing that any eye exercises (Bates, etc.) will ever stop the need for eyeglasses or contacts.  The Bate’s subculture continues to propogate their concepts that boil down to old wive’s tales, really no proven science.  Watch your wallet.

On the other hand there is good science behind staying fit, not being obese, exercise regularly, eating fruit and veggies to help prevent age related blindness like macular degeneration, a serious problem

Richard asks…

Improving eyesight naturally?

My glasses always become to blurry and clash with my clothes and my contacts irritate my eyes. I can’t afford lasik surgery or ortho-k lenses and I’m worried that my vision will deteriorate more over time. My contact replacements said I have -2.00 and -1.75 vision. I want to improve that with eye exercises. I want to know if anybody on here has improved their eyesight naturally this way or has had another way of fixing their vision naturally. Does this work? How soon will I see results?

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No amount of exercises will return your vision to 20/20. Most cases of nearsightedness are simply due to the fact that your eye doesn’t have the correct shape. So it would be like trying to exercise to correct the fact you have blonde hair. Sure exercising may make your hair appear a little healthier, but you’re still a blonde. You only have the option of wearing corrective lenses or getting lasik surgery (and that’s only if they determine you’re a good candidate). If contacts irritate your eyes, you could try different brands of contacts. When I wore contacts, some brands did irritate my eyes more than others. Some glasses can also be quite fashionable and some guys including myself find glasses on women extremely attractive. If they get blurry, just bring a microfiber cloth with you to clean them. If they’re getting scratched up, perhaps you aren’t getting the protective scratch resistant coating? It’s almost not worth getting glasses without that coating.

Joseph asks…

how do you improve your eyesight?

how do you naturally improve you eyesight?

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There are only a couple of things available such as lasic surgery and orthokeratology gas permeable contact lenses that are proven to be effective, but they probably don’t qualify as natural. Eye exercises such as the Bates system probably qualify, but they never caught on because the results don’t live up to the hype since it is based on a faulty premise.

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