vision is not a life sentence, nor is it a sign that there
is something fundamentally 'wrong' with your eyes. The blur
is merely a signal that indicates you are straining your eyes
and that it is time to make a subtle yet significant change in
how you see.
century ago Ophthalmologist William
H. Bates proved that the way we use our eyes determines how
clearly we see, and by simply changing our strained vision habits
into relaxed habits, it is possible to improve vision without
natural approach to eyesight improvement has no negative side
effects (actually it has many beneficial side effects!) and it
happens to be the cheapest solution. Also, in my humble
opinion, it gives the best results, (see the testimonials),
it just takes a little understanding, along with some patience
As the Bates method
is relatively easy to learn and apply, it makes sense to give it
a try and check it out for yourself. The most you risk losing
is your blurry vision!
vision improvement is often thought of as a
method of eye-exercises, this is far from Dr. Bates' original
teachings. Yes, it still takes time to learn the method
and some patience to allow the eye muscles to relax into seeing.
Clear vision without glasses usually does not appear by magic.
And neither does it come from forcing your eyes to move around
in all directions of the clock for ten minutes every day...
If your vision is
blurry, your eye muscles have probably been straining for some
time and need to learn to let go of their effort. Depending
on the level of strain, this is easier for some people than for
others. If you have not yet worn glasses or contacts you
are likely to improve faster than those who have, yet we all have
the ability to improve our vision without glasses.
It comes down to a
choice in how you use your eyes all day long. That choice
is open to everyone. You too can start improving your vision
as soon as you become aware of the difference between straining
to see and relaxing to see.
vision challenges that the Bates method works well for are:
- Farsightedness (Hyperopia)
- Crossed Eyes (Strabismus / Exophoria / Esophoria)
- "Old Age Sight" (Presbyopia / The need for reading
glasses after age 40)
- Red Eyes / Swollen eyes
- Lazy Eye (Amblyopia)
- Light Sensitivity
- Low Night Vision
- Eye Teaming challenges (Fusion problems)
- Ocular Headaches and Headaches in general.
Even diseases of the eye such as Retinitis Pigmentosa, Cataracts,
Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration, Conical Cornea, Uveitis, etc,
are often helped when visual relaxation improves circulation to
matter how long you have worn glasses or contacts, no matter what
your age is, or how bad your vision is now, applying the Bates
method will take you on your personal path back to clear natural
vision without glasses.
Better than 20/20 vision is possible!
My own experience proves it.
How long it takes you to get there depends on when you take the