Natural Vision Improvement

Last Updated on March 12, 2021

What is Natural Vision Improvement?

Eyesight exercises are not a new idea, the Bates Method of Natural Vision Improvement has been practiced for over a century and many modern-day programs are based on the research and methods of Dr. William Bates M.D., a trained eye-care physician (1860–1931). William Bates attributed nearly all visual problems to the habitual strain of the eyes. He firmly believed that glasses were harmful and not necessary in the majority of cases.

Can vision be improved with age?

Yes. It is possible to improve your vision, it may depend on the particular reason for poor vision, but the majority of people should be able to maintain good vision by learning from the methods described in one of the Better Vision Programs.


Wearing glasses has always been something that I planned to avoid for as long as possible. The expense, the inconvenience. No thanks.

Swimming, skiing, snorkeling, diving… all the different activities that are that bit more trouble when wearing glasses.

What I do to remain this way

I use the special chart in the ‘Read Without Glasses’ program and relax whilst using it. Better Vision programs are designed to help a number of different eye conditions. Middle-aged vision and myopia are the most common problems. Along with palming, being careful not to sit staring at my computer screen or television too long and practicing diverging and converging my focus on any straight lines that I notice (window frames, tall trees…) my vision has remained very good.

I also pick up one of my 3D Magic Eye images and relax for a few minutes. I love using the magic eye images to converge and diverge my vision. It is so relaxing to ‘drift away’ within the images… Have you used Magic Eye images?

We need to teach our children to relax their vision and take care of their eyes as well. It is something that could easily be taught at home and in schools.


Middle Age Vision Problems – Presbyopia.

Presbyopia is an issue most people will have to deal with eventually, the text becomes blurry and we may need to hold books at arm’s length to read clearly. The general answer is to obtain a prescription for glasses or lenses and start on a downward spiral of tests, stronger prescriptions, and spending a lot of money.

Presbyopia is a natural part of the aging process. It is a result of the hardening of the lens of the eye which then causes the eye to focus light behind rather than on the retina when looking at close objects.


Myopia, also known as Near-Sightedness.

Near-sightedness, also known as short-sightedness and myopia, is a condition of the eye where light focuses in front of, instead of on, the retina.[1] This causes distant objects to be blurry while close objects appear normal. Other symptoms may include headaches and eye strain.[1] Severe near-sightedness increases the risk of retinal detachment, cataracts, and glaucoma.[2] source Wikipedia

Can Myopia be reversed?

It is highly likely that people suffering from Myopia can reverse the problem using the Better Vision method.

The company has been researching and developing these programs for decades and offer a 100% money back guarantee on all products.


Astigmatism, what is it?

Usually caused by an irregularly shaped cornea which is shaped rather like a football instead of being a round shape like a tennis ball. One area will tend to be more curved than the other.

Sometimes, astigmatism will be caused by the shape of the lens inside the eye. This is known as lenticular astigmatism.

Symptoms

Astigmatism can cause vision to be blurred or distorted to some degree at all distances.

Symptoms of astigmatism when uncorrected are eye strain and headaches, especially after reading or other lengthy visually demanding jobs.

Types of Astigmatism

  • Myopic astigmatism. One or both areas of the eye are nearsighted.
  • Hyperopic astigmatism. One or both areas of the eye are farsighted.
  • Mixed astigmatism. One area is nearsighted, and the other is farsighted.

The Cambridge Institute offers some help

The program ‘Easily Erase Astigmatism’ has been developed to assist people suffering from this condition.


Vision Relaxation Techniques – Free E-Book

The key to better vision is relaxation. When we are tense, our eye muscles are tense too.

Learning to recognize when you need to stop and relax rather than continue to do whatever activity you are doing, can help your vision. The simple exercises in our Free e-Book are the basis of good visual habits.

They are applicable to everyone, children, and adults alike. Eye strain can cause headaches, dry eyes, and lead to vision problems.

Teaching vision relaxation techniques in schools could easily be implemented and may well improve the overall visual health of students.

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The Better Vision Programs

Founded in 1976, The Cambridge Institute for Better Vision has been helping people improve their vision, naturally, for over 30 years. It is backed by a 100% Money Back Guarantee. Try any program for 90 days. If you are not satisfied, simply request a refund. No questions, no dramas.

The Cambridge Institute For Better Vision has a number of Natural Vision Programmes, visit the website to read more.

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