So, let’s get to the bottom of this; are eye exercises to improve vision shenanigans? Are people like me trying to scam you out of your hard earned money, or are optometrists scared to lose customers?
Most optometrists, opticians, or eye surgeons will tell you that I am. They claim eye exercises to improve vision don’t work, can’t work, and then give you a whole bunch of technically sounding stuff that confuses you.
Let’s check the facts:
Glasses and contact don’t improve your vision for sure. We discussed that. If they did, you would get weaker glasses with each eye test.
Eye surgery doesn’t last, which is why optometrists and opticians don’t mind to tell you about it. They know that you’ll come back, it’s just a matter of time. But they also know that eye surgeons will refer them back, after they got their chunk of your hard earned money.
Leaves us with checking the facts for eye exercises to improve vision. I won’t bother you with the theory how they work, just read the previous 2 articles in this series about eye exercises to improve vision.
Fact is that there are 6 eye muscles, most of them on the outside of the eyeball, not near the lens. Check the image.
Most optometrist will claim that eye exercises to improve vision are all shenanigans. But is that really the case, or
These eye muscles keep the eyeball in its natural round, neutral shape. These muscles must do something, and if they are well balance, strong enough, but also able to relax correctly, we have healthy vision. Eye exercises to improve vision do exactly that.
Eye “specialist” will claim that there is no scientific proof that eye exercises to improve vision exists. That’s not true:
How about eye surgery…
Fact is, there is no long-term data for eye surgery available whatsoever. Because of that the FDA is investigating eye surgery in regards to the long-term effects because they fear false claims.
You have to make up your mind what and who you believe. The Catholic church had us believe that the earth is flat until the early 1900’s. Just to maintain power.
Does the ophthalmic industry do the same to stay profitable? It makes damn good money to sell glasses and eye surgery equipment. And quick fixes are much easier to sell than cures that need implementation, like eye exercises to improve vision.
Facts are also that eye surgery is $1,000 - $2,500 per eye, and often doesn’t last. Glasses are $120 per year for the average person. If you read this, you probably spend more…
Yes, health insurance pays for them in some cases, but you know that you pay extra for that, don’t you. They won’t take a loss on it. Insurance companies are very profitable.
Eye exercises to improve vision are usually below $150, for lifetime access, and you can use them whenever your vision goes south and you need to patch it up.
So I’d like to invite you to download your Free Vision Improvement Toolkit here. You’ll learn many more effective vision improvement strategies that are easy to implement and are even easier and even more effective that eye exercises to improve vision.
Then leave us a comment and tell us what you think about eye exercises to improve vision, and if you had any experiences…
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