Your Questions About Naturally Improve Eyesight Exercise

December 22, 2011
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Susan asks…

Does my eyesight have any chance of improving?

I just turned 16, I’m very active have no health problems take daily vitamins and keep in shape for sports, I’m shortsighted -2.50 in my right eye and -2.75 in my left. Despite getting told that with glasses my eyesight was 10/20 will my eyesight naturally improve by doing simple exercises? should I go and seek advice from a local optician? or will my eyes just not recover..
I just turned 16, I’m very active have no health problems take daily vitamins and keep in shape for sports, I’m shortsighted -2.50 in my right eye and -2.75 in my left. Despite getting told that with glasses my eyesight is 10/20 will my eyesight naturally improve by doing simple exercises? should I go and seek advice from a local optician? or will my eyes just not recover..

admin answers:

Unfortunately, no. The reason that your eyesight is the way it is is because of the shape of your cornea. The way your cornea focuses light, it focuses the light in front of your retina. This causes nearsightedness. It’s easily correctable with glasses or contact lenses. You could get Lasik surgery, which is a very safe, common procedure that uses lasers to change the shape of your cornea. However, if it is not covered by your eye care insurance, it could be expensive.

Just be glad you have eyesight… I went blind in one of my eyes last year, and my eyesight will not get better, and it’s not even correctable withglasses.

Laura asks…

What are some natural exercises/remedies I can do or take to improve my eyesight without medical treatment?

I’ve heard there are things that can be done to sharpen vision, our vision is naturally weakened by watching television and the computer screen, perfect vision before the technology age was about 20-15. Does anyone know any sites that can provide exercises that can provide real results to eyesight?

admin answers:

I have been using the Rebuild Your Vision Program (http://www.improvingmyeyesight.com/rebuild.html) for some time now… I did see some improvement. However, I haven’t been doing the exercises on a regular basis, so I have probably negated any improvement.

You can read about my progress on my blog – http://improvingmyeyesight.com/blog

This is also another popular eye exercise program – http://improvingmyeyesight.com/program_for_better_vision.html

Proper nutrition is also important… You can read about that in this article – http://improvingmyeyesight.com/Nutrition_and_Eye_Health.html

Hope this helps….

Nancy asks…

Do eye exercises work to improve vision?

Are there any out there that can naturally improve you’r eyesight? No carrots.
Footprintz: Have you preformed any tests, studies, experiments that otherwise prove that there aren’t any real exercises or are you speaking from past knowledge?

admin answers:

The problem is that we live in a bad, bad world and there are many bad people who will try to rip you off by selling you uneffective methods. But exercises do work, just not all of them. It’s hard to tell which one really works unless,of course, you try them , but it would quite time consuming and expensive. A few tips: don’t even consider methods that promise wonders, they are a scam. Do not trust methods that guarantee fast results, it’s not possible. Whenever something appears quick and easy, it doesn’t work. Avoid expensive methods, there’s no reason to be expensive.

If you’re looking for something that has been scientifically proven, you won’t find anything, because these things are simply ignored by science, therefore no experiments are conducted. I’ve heard of just one experiment made 65 years ago, the “Baltimore project” of 1944-45 and results were not good. In my opinion just one experiment made 65 years ago doesn’t prove that no exercise will ever be effective. It simply proves that what they did back then was not effective,that’s all. For thousand of years men couldn’t fly and it was considered impossible (and innatural, too). If they hadn’t tried and tried we would still consider it impossible. The same applies here. You can’t say eye exercises don’t work just because some kind of exercise didn’t work 65 years ago.

My personal experience is that it’s possible to improve nearsightedness but it takes time and patience. I found a book that promised nothing but hard work and explained a lot of important things besides the exercises. I liked that and decided to give it a try. So far I’ve reduced my nearsightedness from -3.75 to -1.00, and I’ll continue until my eyesight is perfectly normal. It’s not difficult, but you have to re-learn how to use your eyes and your glasses, otherwise the exercises alone won’t be enough.
Since many people want to see perfectly clear at once and without any effort, it’s obvious that eye exercises, even the most effective ones, are worthless to such people and they’ll always prefer glasses, contacts or surgery.

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