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Stop Wearing Glasses and Improve Your Vision

If you’re sick and tired of wearing your glasses, I know where you’re coming from.

If you think it’s possible to see clearly again without them, you’d be right.


What happens when you stop wearing your glasses?

For some of us it’s scary to get off our meds and see what happens. They’re the only thing keeping us from falling apart, right?

The same goes for glasses. You’ve been taught that you need them. You take them off, look around, and sure enough, it looks like you need them. You wake in the morning and can’t see a thing until you put them on.

You think about how to get out of them, but you don’t find a lot of encouragement.

Your parents tell you that your eyes will get worse if you don’t wear them all the time.

But is that what your eye doctor said? Maybe. Maybe not. If you have myopia (nearsightedness), some doctors believe that glasses will stop your eyes from getting worse as fast as they would have otherwise. There’s no doubt, however, that in almost all cases, people’s vision gets worse and worse if they keep wearing glasses.

But there’s a little more to it than that. Your vision can also get worse without glasses. Perhaps not as fast, but glasses aren’t the only factor.

The biggest factor is how you use your eyes. There are aspects to this that you’ve never thought about. Your habits either promote good vision or bad vision. There are real changes you can make that will have an impact and lead you towards good vision again, without glasses.

Glasses do some nasty things to prevent your good habits from taking over to improve your vision back to normal. See my article The Problem With Glasses.

So what happens when you don’t wear your glasses? It depends. Maybe some eyestrain and tired eyes. Certainly a lot of blur. Anxiety.

What also happens is your eyes are given the freedom to learn to see without glasses. It doesn’t mean they automatically will. They’ll need some help.


Cold Turkey

So how about the good old “cold turkey” approach. Usually that term is used to describe an abrupt and complete end to a drug habit, but glasses are a lot like a drug.

I could tell you to stop wearing your glasses now and be done with it. If you work in a profession where it’s all about near work, and you can manage this, and you can find your way around and do everything you need to without glasses, sure, maybe that will work for you.

Is this necessary? Do you have to just quit immediately?

Nope. Whether you sometimes wear your glasses in moments of weakness or an important immediate need to see something, that’s not what is going to determine what happens to your vision. So don’t worry about it. Don’t make any big commitments in going cold turkey that you’ll stress yourself out trying to keep.


Weaker glasses may be a temporary solution

The whole point is to learn to see clearly without glasses and not ever be dependent on them. Until then, you’ve got life to deal with, so weaker glasses might be a good interim solution. You probably you want to be able to drive, and it would be nice to be able to still recognize your friends, read signs, and generally be able to do things without feeling disabled.

Your eye doctor is already familiar with issuing a reduced prescription for patients who want a pair for reading or computer work. The reason for that is myopic glasses are calculated to give you clear distance vision. For any distance closer than 20ft (which is close to optical infinity as far as focus adjustment is concerned), they’re stronger than necessary. People complain about eyestrain with their glasses, and eye doctors have figured out it’s partly because the eyes have to over-focus for near work through the distance glasses, and reducing the strength of the glasses helps.

So you can request a reduced prescription from your eye doctor, telling him you intend to use them for reading and computer work… which is also true, right? No need to tell him you will be using them for everything if you think he’ll react badly to the idea.

Or you can try your luck at simply ordering new glasses online, a little weaker than your old prescription, and type in your doctor’s info. They might contact him for verification. They might not. Worst case, they’ll refuse your order and your eye doctor will give you a tongue-lashing for going behind his back. But it probably won’t be so bad as that. Your eye doctor is there to provide a service that you want and should have the sense to value your business and treat you well.


Do the exercises without glasses

All of the exercises I give should be done without glasses. They’re all doable without glasses, even if your myopia is pretty high. In many cases you can move closer to the eye chart on the wall to be able to see enough to make the exercise doable. There’s always a way.

The thing is with your glasses on you wouldn’t be able to notice the changes in your vision as you do the exercise. They give bad feedback. If your eyes improve their focus as you’re doing an exercise, your glasses will make your vision look worse instead. So it’s going to be really confusing and I don’t recommend it. And these moments of clearer vision are so important for your morale and confidence. You have to have the opportunity to experience these moments without your glasses and see how easy and possible it is for you to see without them. Your clear vision is just right there waiting to be activated, it’s right there within you, totally accessible, it’s really nothing special, and I want you to have the opportunity to experience this.

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I founded in 2002 as I began reading books on the Bates Method and became interested in vision improvement. I believe that everyone who is motivated can identify the roots of their vision problems and apply behavioral changes to solve them. I am into spirituality, lucid dreaming, archery, hang gliding, health and fitness. I own a gym equipment store and gym equipment blog.

Author: David

I founded in 2002 as I began reading books on the Bates Method and became interested in vision improvement. I believe that everyone who is motivated can identify the roots of their vision problems and apply behavioral changes to solve them. I am into spirituality, lucid dreaming, archery, hang gliding, health and fitness. I own a gym equipment store and gym equipment blog.

65 thoughts on “Stop Wearing Glasses and Improve Your Vision”

  1. I’ve been thinking about this a lot and wonder if I actually need my contacts. However, every time that I’ve tried to stop wearing them I’ve realized that the effect is very chaotic. There would be no way for me to drive my car without my contacts without crashing into something. This is why I really appreciate your tip of switching to a prescription that is weaker, and keep doing so until you don’t need your glasses or contacts anymore!

  2. Hi Luke,
    Yes, weaker prescriptions can be a big help for when you need to wear them. It’s kind of like weaning yourself off a drug.

  3. Hi David,
    I find it frustrating too that I have to depend on my glasses. So I’ve ditched my glasses by only wearing them during lectures, and tutorial classes perhaps. I hope I can really improve my eye sight! Thank you very much.

  4. hi david my eyes sph,-5.5 on the right and-2.5 on the left is my eye short sight, i have tired and i need to stop wearing eye glass.can i stop wearing glass and improve my vison?

  5. Hey,

    I am tired of the eyestrain I get from my glasses and thinking about ordering a pair of glasses with a weaker prescription online. I know a website where you can get a pair for only about €55,-. Right now I have a pair of glasses with R -4,50 / L -4,25, with R -0,25 180° / L -0,50 12° astigmatism. What weaker prescription do you suggest? How about R -2,50 / L -2,25 (2 diopters weaker for each eye)? And should I leave the astigmatism unchanged?

    Really hope you can help and suggest some advice. Thanks.

    Greetings, Justin

    1. Justin,
      The less correction the better, and especially the more you are able to do without your glasses the better, provided you are also working on using your eyes better. There is no magic formula for reducing your prescription by a certain amount.

  6. Hello dravid
    I m tashi from ladakh….my lens power is-2 both eye con I cure mayopia by doing eye exercise…….please reply

  7. Hey David my left eye has a power of -4 something and right eye is 2.5 something and I’m really irritated cuz of my glasses and without it’s like totally blurr tell me how to improve it fast pls

  8. This made sense to me so I tried it. I have some really glasses from a few years ago, they are much weaker than my current glasses and in only one day my eyes have readjusted to them! It’s a little bit of a strain seeing close up but I can get by. My eyes do not feel as tired at the end of the day. I spend a lot of time on the computer or looking at some type of screen so I suggest anyone interested try wearing some old glasses first if your eyes are really bad. I couldn’t see anything when I woke up, could barely find my glasses. This is over!

  9. Hi,
    I’m a 14 year old girl and my vision is really bad. I have myopia with R:-6.50 and L:-6.75. I have an old pair of prescription glasses. The power for those is R: -5.50 and L: -5.75. If I wear my old glasses, will my vision get worse? I really want to, at least, get to the power of R: -5.50 and L: -5.75 and wear my old glasses. If I use this method how long do you think it would take to get better for my eyes, and is this really safe for developing eyes? Please respond as soon as possible.
    Thank you!

    1. Those studies only had people stop wearing glasses. Not stop wearing glasses AND improve their vision. Going without glasses by itself won’t always have much, if any, positive impact by itself, but it’s one part of the process. If that were the whole solution, there would be no need for one more than one page on this website.

    2. Alisha, people vary widely in how long it takes them. It depends entirely on how quickly you learn to see in the right way.

    3. Siri — Well, this study in China showed that no correction lessened myopic progression compared to children who were fully corrected. This China study actually aligns with previous animal studies. The Malaysia study tested children with variable ranges of myopia, and then gave a group glasses with 0.75 diopter less than fully corrected. The China study also had a group children with variable ranges of myopia, but gave a group no correction at all (no glasses), so the range of under-correction was actually greater — although it has to be said that the group with no correction were less myopic than the group with full correction. In the China study, under-correction had less progress of myopia — the greater the under-correction the less the progress of myopia. In the Malaysia study under-correction had more progress of myopia — although we’re talking about a difference of only 0.2-0.3 diopters here! Also the studies are about the rate of myopic progression in children who go to school. It is not about adults trying to become less myopic by under-correction. To me both studies are flawed in their data, approach, and conclusion, so inconclusive in my eyes. Also the studies don’t really say anything about the great question if giving children glasses when they have onset of myopia (<1 diopter) causes more rapid progress of myopia compared to children who remain uncorrected, or vice versa. There really isn't much to find in scientific studies. Anyway, can adults reverse myopia? Possibly. There is no scientific data that says otherwise. There is only the optometry community stating it can't be done.

  10. Hello, i currently wear my old glasses from middle school, not sure what it is as far as prescription, but when i take my glasses off, my eyes seem worse. Should I stop? I know you’re no doctor, but i just want a second opinion.

    1. Taking your glasses off may or may not lead to better vision right away. It’s common, but most likely that will not be the only thing you need to do. This site is about the procedures you use to improve your vision.

  11. Hi I am avinash 19yrs old
    I have a eye sight of -3 right 0 right … I can perform all the daily activities without my glasses … Is there any possibility of getting my right eye to normal condition without wearing glasses?

  12. I googled the topic because it happened to me this week. I did not wear my eye-glasses for two days and surprise surprise, I am good without glasses. I don’t think I am going back that route…. thanks

    1. Good! That’s a common experience that people find after a couple days without glasses, that they have been wearing every waking moment for years, that their vision improves a little right away.

  13. Is this serious? You think you can will your eye lenses back into shape, physically fix the imperfections in your eyeball by not wanting to wear glasses? Because that’s what you’re talking about when you’re suggesting ‘learning to see without glasses’ to someone who needs glasses so see clearly.

  14. David what if you have a lasy eye let’s say and want to make both of your eyes stronger would it be good not to wear glasses because my kid has one and she is 12 and I’m worried about it

  15. i dont like wearing glasses they suck bad u have to see the eye doctor a lot by new glasses if they break it just to much i got glasses a year ago i hate them

  16. I feel bad for all these people whose vision will get fucked by wearing prescriptions that are too weak for them, last time people tried that experiment they had to stop for ethical reasons because it teribbly screwed up their vision permanently, I just people will look around more and get other opinions before going off and doing something drastic that they will later regret

  17. Dear Yikes,
    The experiment you are mentioning was specifically conducted on children with myopia. Unfortunately, it was done with great ignorance towards proper scientific experimentation methodologies, physiological optics, and Dr Bates’s findings in general.
    Proper method would have called for the testing and evaluation of the null hypothesis. In this case, a control group should have been established, which wore no glasses at all for the duration of the experiment.
    Instead, there had been only 2 groups: one with proper prescription for the distance; and one with improper prescription. Wearing concave glasses for close work elongates the children’s eyeballs more, due to optical reasons. (Please see any University textbook on physiological optics for further clarification.) When the prescription is proper for the maximum range of vision to achieve the required resolution for distance viewing, the child’s eyeball is able to “rebound” to the original correction more or less due to the positive feedback the brain receives. In the case of even slight reduction in the prescriptions, the positive feedback mechanism is lost and hence the eyeball will remain in a somewhat more elongated form, measuring higher degree of myopia during the next checkup. Had the experimenters have any clue about the workings of optics, it is unlikely that they would have performed such an ignorant experiment with single-focal concave lenses on children. But I agree, it is very unethical to do this to children, just as much as ignoring the work of Dr Bates for the last 100 years and compelling children to wear image-distorting devices over their eyes for the rest of their lives, feeding the great Trillion-dollar Optical Industry.

    1. Nadia, thanks for taking the time to help!
      On one hand I can understand people being indoctrinated into the belief system that we are so helpless and prone to breaking down that a larger and larger chunk of kids wear glasses. Parents do what they’re told, and eye doctors are quite convincing that glasses are the answer. What I have a problem with is people who go out of their way to discourage interested people from trying alternative approaches and to aggressively defend a system of wearing glasses forever that is not working well and has horrible side effects. Generally I just don’t even tolerate those people on this site, because the medical industry is already in control of society and I don’t care for them to have any presence here as well. But occasionally it’s useful to keep those types of comments in order to make a point to refute them.

  18. Hey David 🙂 I suffer from Myopia and I want to get rid of my specs. My power is -.75 for both eyes. Please help me cute my condition 🙂

  19. This is the best advice ever. I’ll use your tip of wearing lower power for closeup reading. I was tired of my pinhol glasses breaking since I wear them over my glasses. I’ve stopped wearing my glasses constantly -8.75 for 2 weeks now.
    Instead I’ve been walking arouand shops and at home using my d modified pinhole glasses (made the hole very tiny, size of pinprick, everything looks 20/20) with pinhole glasses.
    Now, when I’m in the garden I have 5 seconds of clarity, 20/20 when peering intently at the grass or patch if garden or sunflower centre. It’s so exciting.
    The other tip I picked up was supercharge your lutein and xeanthin levels with kale, spinach and broccoli smoothies. I’m so over the moon, this DIY is actually working. (I got the smoothies idea from the Outback Vision Protocol, but I wouldn’t buy it, just study it)

  20. I’ve not been wearing my specs for over 24 hours and already my eyes feel better. It so good to be free of glasses, I’ve worn them for nearly 60 years. I hate wearing glasses.

  21. I have myopia with L -.05 and R -0.75. Can I improve my vision without wearing glasses.

    P.S. I have just started wearing glasses..

    1. Try not to wear glasses if you only have -0.75 correction — or only when you really need to see the white board if you go to school. If you keep wearing your glasses all the time, soon it becomes -1.5 and then -2.5. Simply stare less at your phone. Use a larger screen for your computer at home and sit back. Take many brakes and look out the window. Go outside and look at far distance. This will eventually bring your vision back to 20/20. Also never use glasses when reading things up close. Or else suffer what we spectacle wearers have gone through, rapid progression of myopia. So less reading up close, more looking at things afar.

    2. All great tips, The Man! The excessive use of screens has certainly contributed to the myopia epidemic.

    3. I have been wearing glasses since 1992. It was low prescription in the beginning, but as soon as I started wearing glasses, it went worse. Luckily, I have never changed my prescription beyond R -2.25 and L -2.5. Sometimes my eyes were getting a little worse, but they always went back to sharp vision after a while, so I kept resisting stronger glasses. Lately, my sight was getting slightly blurry, and I feared my eyes were getting worse, but with home testing I found out my eyes were actually getting slightly better. I thought maybe due to better habits — always trying to not wear glasses when working at computer and when reading. Then I saw a YouTube video on how Myopia could actually be reversed. Yeah, right! I was sceptical. I did some research. So I purchased glasses online that were 0.25 diopter reduced. I could see fine. I was probably overprescribed. By how much I couldn’t tell. I waited a little, measured my eyesight, and my eyes were getting better by the day. I could reduce by another 0.25 diopter. I could see fine with those too. So I did more research. I started doing active focus, eye chart reading exercise at 3 meters in the morning (from the bed), sometimes walk outside without glasses, and the centimeters were continuing to get better. I could already go another 0.25 diopter lower according to my cm measurement, and I did. So I spent a small amount of money to find out that with reducing my prescription, using my glasses less, and doing active focus, my eyes were actually better than I thought. I was 0.75 diopter overprescribed. This happened in a span of 10 days (starting 21 July). To me this is a huge shock. So now with R -1.5 and L -1.75 I can see perfect. For how many years was I overprescribed? I want to believe my eyes can get better still. It may take many months. With R -1.25 and L -1.5 glasses, I can almost see perfect (only slightly blurry trees in distance) so almost 1 diopter less since 21 July! I have read I shouldn’t go too fast with reducing my prescription, as my visual cortex is slower to catch up, which may lead to some side effects — and it will also cause a plateau, which means progress will stop. So I have to be careful. I’m sad that I didn’t know about the possibility of improving my eyesight sooner.

  22. Hi, David! Could you please link us to your credentials? It would be nice for people to know from whom they are taking advice, and to allow them to make an educated decision on their own regarding whether they think you are qualified to provide them with medical advice. (Also, it would be a wise idea for you legally, as you are putting yourself in the position of a figure giving others medical advice. Lawsuits can get ugly.) Thanks!

    1. See the Disclaimer and Terms shown at the bottom of the page. If you’re looking for medical advice, you’re on the wrong site.

  23. Hello dude who’s name I’ve forgotten I’m terrible with names. Don’t try to help me there. Anywho, my question is the effects of distancing my phone from my face or just using a TV instead and just reading for farsightedness would this aid me in some way and occasionally increasing the distance “or decreasing font size for tv, or zooming out depending on what I’m reading” Would this be able to aid me in decreasing and ridding myself of farsightedness? Or would this do almost nothing cause either way I’m totally already doing this spent countless hours laying on the edge of my bed at night with my phone on the floor, much easier and farther away then just holding it in my hands with glasses off reading. While I don’t believe I’ve hand any form of change then again… I’m not the most observant person when it comes to me. I don’t exactly focus on how I look or do things I work out but for strength not muscle. I don’t comb my hair because I don’t honestly know what would look good cause I’m attracted to women not men so who am I to say? But yeah 0 self perception I could end up with 20/20 vision and not even realize for 5 years… Which is honestly a weird thing to be able to say about myself. Like after certain milestones I honestly don’t know what age I am anymore. Like it ment something to me from the age of 1-18 then I’m just sitting there everyday thinking to myself… I’m not 21 yet… Hmm what age am I. Gotta get out my phone and check the date. I’m just a real mess when it comes to caring honestly I mean I notice things about people I love instantly but me or anyone else. Someone who speaks with me every day could suddenly disappear and I probably would only notice I don’t have to speak and I feel like I usually have to speak about now. So none of those “issues?” about me are the point I more want you to tell can distanced based reading without corrective lenses on a screen “not using books cause fuck that I gotta go to a book place buy a much more expensive thing and hold it to read a story I figured out the end to on page 2 and just constantly wonder why I am still reading and how this was worth my time or money… Just why at that point I’d rather just write the book myself just so I know I would like the story… Despite the fact I don’t always like my short stories… Maybe it’s cause I 100% don’t read as I write it’s more oops my mind started to wonder again I wonder what’s going on with the story. Oh it’s done ok then what now… I know a book would likely place more strain on my eyes because no paper has the same white contrast the black text is less bold and causes your eyes to have to do a bit more work but would this cause me to have to do additional work? Like taking a bar out of your dumbells and just lifting the weights themselves. “Less weight benches makes more sense as a example because the bars are a bit heavier like 3-5 pounds I think… Or was it higher I always ignored that lol I am clearly not the kind of guy to sweat… Or even remotely notice the small stuff… Like for instance a guy comes into my place of work and shoots up the place no one dies I don’t get hit and nothing I like or needed is damaged I don’t remember it even happened after 5 minutes as long as no one mentions it. If I am getting lectured and new info about it like none stop sure I might remember might be wondering what everyone’s talking about and whats going on… Forgetting every word said to me as it’s said. Cause I don’t honestly care as long as it doesn’t effect more someone I care about you could be hardcore just having a gay orgy like right in front of me and I probably wouldn’t notice as long as you’re quiet. At which point I might be a little disgusted… Cause orgies are gross and I don’t wanna see a bunch or naked dudes. Sex in general is gross unless your participating then it’s fun and exciting. Like you ever get a good whiff of sex smells or just see two not attractive”to you” people going at it hardcore. You can’t help but be at least a little disgusted cause it’s gross all the terrible smells and flabby skin just slapping together any imperfection on there bodies is immediately noticed by you only to make the situation just that much grosser… What the actual fuck am I talking about man I am great at trailing off and honestly not giving two shits about what I’m talking about. Maybe I should take my name off this… Hmm…

  24. hello David, I exercised and yeah my vision is getting better but what I am really concerned right now is not about my vision it is about how I look with out them. I think I look weird without glasses. my eye shape is changed a little, my skin around my eye is thiner and darker. if you’ve some advices about how to improve this… please let me know.

  25. Hi I am Sarah and I am 14 years old I am currently wearing glasses and my eyesight is getting worse my eye doctor keeps on saying that my eyesight will get worse if I don’t wear my glasses all the time. My mum tells me to try not to wear my glasses all the time.In year 5 I didn’t wear my glasses at all and my eye doctor said that my eyes were really damaged. Right now I am trying to reduce the amount of time I wear my glasses and only wear it when reading or at school.When I don’t wear my glasses I can barely see and I feel really insecure.What do you think I should do. Please reply as soon as possible.

    1. Hi Sarah,
      Are you sure the eye doctor said your eyes were damaged? That’s different than merely vision getting worse.

  26. Hi David , Do your exercises also help to improve night vision ? As my myopia is very high & I also have vision problem at night. I’m good without glasses in day time but night really keeps me inside home. Plz Do Reply

    1. Hi Terry, It should help with both. Vision is meant to be used effectively as night too (obviously not as good as nocturnal animals).

  27. I’m almost 45 years old and recently got my vision tested and it was tested at 20/12. I’m mildly farsighted, but I can still read fine without reading glasses. I’ve always done eye exercises, my entire life. I practice focusing up close, then far away – back and forth. Just like doing arm curls. You don’t hold one position, you need full motion. I just have to push a little to focus. I recently tried some reading glasses just out of curiosity, and really didn’t like the result. Yes, I could read a little easier, but even having them on for a few minutes, my ability to see up close was lost for several minutes after. I’m thoroughly convinced that if I started wearing reading glasses all the time, that my near vision would go to crap. So isn’t this happening to people who wear glasses all the time? Aren’t their eyes adjusting to the lens and no longer trying to focus correctly? Seems like it to me. I’d like to see an experiment where nearsighted people wear reading glasses for short periods of time while reading, then do a far eye test to see if the results improve. It definitely makes me more farsighted (at least temporarily) when I wear them.

    1. Wow, Bob!
      You are making too much sense. That’s usually not allowed LOL
      Did you know that the most common thing about common sense is that it isn’t very common! 😄

    2. Hi Bob,
      That’s great! There’s a “use it or lose it” aspect to it, like everything else I guess. Even just the act of practicing focusing near and far like you do, if done in a very easy, gentle way, can help keep your vision good.
      It’s a bad road to head down, getting that first pair of glasses. It does no favors to the eyes.
      Yes, nearsighted people wearing reading glasses can be somewhat effective short term, but long term it will only confuse the visual system and not address what’s causing the focus problems in the first place. More info here:

  28. Hello, David I’m 26 years old and I have Miopia and the measurements with contact lenses is -5.25 in both eyes, do yo think that by trying not using glasses or less measurement and doing the eyes exercise my vision measurement would get better a lower number or even get 20/20?

  29. If this method were true, glasses would not exist. People in the old west would be without them and therefore cure themselves.
    The earth is flat, we never went to the moon, the Russians hacked the election…
    And now corrective lenses are evil. everything is a conspiracy.
    Is there any evidence? Not feel good “snake oil” makes me feel tingly. I mean someone with 2.5 or over that can now read the newspaper?
    I think people don’t understand how the eyes change shape and lose elasticity with age. Denial ain’t just a river in Egypt.
    Glasses are a necessary evil. Don’t like them? Get contacts.

    1. My vision is already good or I would have looked further into this, but I assume there is “a bit” more to it than just not wearing glasses or wearing a weaker prescription. I view glasses as something like a futuristic exoskeleton brace to help someone lift 50 lb boxes. Why does a person need an exoskeleton for that? Well, it is possible they were severely injured and are paralyzed, and for them, this exoskeleton might be the only solution, but it is also possible that they are just weak because they never exercise. Would you be cool with it if people started using robotic enhancements to make up for the fact that they refuse to exercise? That would be pretty stupid, don’t you think? So what evidence do we have that myopia is caused from lack of eye exercise? Well, we know that as children, for every 1 hour spent outside every day, there is a 18% reduction in myopia. Do you hear that Clint? Being outside and looking at stuff that is far away for an hour a day reduces the probability of being myopic by 18%! 2 hours a day = about 36%! 3 hours a day = about 54%. Gee, this sounds like exercising your eye muscles prevents myopia. But that can’t be right, can it Clint? How can that be??? How can it be that exercising your eye muscles makes them stronger and less likely to undergo pathogenesis caused by changing eyeball shape caused by lack of muscle? How is that possible, Clint? Exercising muscles to make them stronger? That’s snake oil! Now, aside from my sarcasm, yes, there is nothing “snake oil” about the idea that working your eyes in a certain way would improve your vision. I’m a scientist. I worked in the pharma industry for 16 years as a medicinal chemist. I’m completely against snake oil, believe me, but I also realize that sometimes there is just common sense. Exercising improves performance. This isn’t snake oil.

    2. If meditation worked, nobody would be stressed out.
      If reading worked, nobody would be uninformed.
      We can go on and on.
      Weak minded people look for an “out” as an excuse for why success isn’t possible and use other weak people as a guide for what is possible, which is a very low ceiling. Strong minded people don’t ask, “Is it possible?”. They ask, “What am I going to do next to try to make this happen?”

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