Your Questions About Eye Exercises To Improve Vision

March 11, 2012
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Sandra asks…

Exercises or foods to improve vision?

Ive been wearing some glasses for some time now and the doctor said its because of my eye shape, but is there any tips or advice besides contacts or laser eye to help cure my vision problems?

admin answers:

Like footprint said, don’t waste your time. I have wasted enough time trying the same thing. I have tried and researched a lot of methods and found them to be based on pseudo science and exaggerated testimonials. I have tried stuff for several years and have only gotten worse vision. Natural vision teachers make it sound like if you don’t improve vision it is your fault. This is the self-blame game that always works if you believe them.

Contrary to natural vision improvement teachers, the eye care industry is under no conspiracy. They understand that sometimes vision does improve but that is in rare cases usually with people who do nothing but wear their correction. I have actually talked to one person that had this happen. Also some smaller vision improvements can sometimes occur with no change of the distance of the eyeball. Of course you can never make up for a refraction error.

Email me if you have any other questions. Because I stubbornly refused to listen to others, I went through a lot of heartache and self blame. I don’t want anybody to go through the same disappointment I went through.

Ken asks…

How can I improve my vision?

I really want to improve my vision, and my family can’t afford surgery (I’m 15). I wouldn’t mind getting it, but it just can’t happen now. I’ve read that if I stop wearing my glasses, take bilberry extract, and do eye exercises, my vision will improve. Is that true? And how long will it take before I notice improvement, or don’t even need my glasses anymore? Also, where can I find bilberry extract?
Well, that sucks. Then if I can’t improve my vision on my own, how old do I have to be to get corrective surgery?

admin answers:

I disagree with Eyegirl. Bilberry may be useless, I don’t know for sure but I wouldn’t waste time trying it. But eye-exercises DO work, believe me. I had a significant level of nearsightedness and so far I’ve reduced it by a half and I’m still improving albeit slowly. The real problem is to find the right exercises and unfortunately the web is so full of methods which cost a lot and do nothing. You can easily recognize them by the fact that they promise miracles . Miracles do not exist. You have to work hard for a long time, there’s no alternative.
I found a book that promised just that, hard work. I studied it (not easy , I have to say) and started practicing the exercises in addition to the correct use of glasses (undercorrections are as important as the exercises).
If you have the patience to do all the necessary things for a long time, you could try it. Otherwise if you prefer easy and quick solutions, there’s only glasses/contacts and surgery.

This is the book I’m using:

http://www.amazon.com/Secret-Perfect-Vision-Prevent-Nearsightedness/dp/1556436777/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1254924159&sr=1-1

Susan asks…

Are there any exercises to improve the vision that work, or should I just go get glasses?

Lasik surgery, that scares the heck out of me, having someone with a knife cutting my eye. So I have to say no to that.
Thank you CJ, you always make me smile, and I need that! Thanks

admin answers:

Just get glasses they are like an accessory now they could look HOT! HOT! HOT!

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