Can Eye Exercises Improve Vision? One Company Offers 30 Day Challenge
Eye Regimen to Reduce or Eliminate the Need for Eye Glasses or Contact Lenses.
Eye exercise programs claiming to reduce the need for glasses and contact lenses have been around since the 1930’s. Some who have been through the various programs swear by them, others remain skeptical.
The See Clearly Method for example, which was marketed as a way to improve vision through extensive eye exercises, charged $350 for their program and made dramatic claims regarding the success rate for those who had gone through the program.
There is a lot of hype and skepticism surrounding the concept that one’s vision can be improved by natural means.
“Just as diet and exercise can improve overall health and well-being, so also diet and exercise specifically targeted for the eyes can surely help eye health and vision. It only makes sense,” asserts Tony Buel, sales manager of Restore My Vision. “That is why we are offering the 30 Day Challenge along with our free guidebook to get started.”
The question remains whether an eye exercise regimen can assist in attaining better vision. It is well known that children with certain early vision problems can undergo specific eye-vision therapy to train the eyes to function better. Why can’t the same work in adults who have less than perfect vision to improve their eyesight?
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