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A hard question
I have been rehabbing my sight with the bates method for over 3 years now and have gone from 20/200 to 20/70. I have been stuck at 20/70 for quite some. In chapter 1 of "Perfect Sight Without Glasses", Bates states that lower degrees of myopia are curable and higher degrees can be improved. I'd like to think that all myopia caused by strain is curable, however I have to ask the hard question as to whether my 20/70 vision is a plateau or a limit?

"no error of refraction was ever a constant condition; and that the lower degrees of refractive error were curable, while higher degrees could be improved."

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