Have you noticed…
…you see better when calm, comfortable and happy?
…you see worse after you have been squinting your eyes to see better?
…your eyes get tired quickly?
The major cause of these problems has nothing to do with genetics, reading, near-focusing, nutrition, or variation in the structure of the eyes.
I’ve written a quick guide for beginners like you, to prove to yourself within one week (or maybe even one day) that there is something to this whole vision improvement nonsense:
The answer to vision improvement is in the way we do things. People with clear vision do certain things that people with blurry vision don’t, vice versa.
Learning to see the way that people with clear vision do is the basis for seeing clearly. Doing the wrong things to try to see can cause any number of refractive errors such as myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), astigmatism, as well as other conditions such as strabismus. There is evidence that diseases such as cataracts and glaucoma also stem from these bad habits.
In essence this is a method of natural vision improvement based on the way that people with normal vision see successfully. People with very good vision hardly ever have problems with their eyes. Many people with blurry vision, even if they wear glasses, frequently suffer from eye tiredness, light sensitivity, poor eye-teaming, and feelings of strain and other discomfort.
I want to get you started on the right track and help you avoid the scams and useless exercises. This week, try these few simple things to blow your mind and see for yourself what clear vision is all about.
WARNING: There is no going back once your mind is blown.
So here it is. Download this guide and do what it says:
I founded iblindness.org 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.