FAQs on Natural Vision Improvement
Q: I've worn glasses since I was a child. Can I really improve my vision?
A: Many people who have worn glasses for a lifetime have learned to
see in a more natural relaxed way, and reduced or eliminated their glasses.
This can happen for you, too!
Q: If I leave my glasses off for a long time, when I put them back on
I start to feel more tense and like I need to rush. What's going on?
A: When your glasses are off your natural vision starts to re-assert
itself. When you put them back on your visual system resists, which is
the tension you feel.
Q: Is vision improvement all about difficult eye exercises?
A: Natural vision improvement is about learning to look in a more
way, without strain and "trying to see". It is not about visual
calesthenics! It is more about noticing your unhealthy straining
ways of using your eyes and brain to see, and replacing these habits
with something easier, more productive, and more enjoyable.
Q: I had Lasik surgery a few years ago.
Now my vision is getting blurry again.
Will eye exercises work for me?
A: See the FAQ immediately above: natural vision improvement isn't
about exercises as it is about learning to use your eyes in a
relaxed healthy manner. Many people who have undergone Lasik surgery
have found that natural vision improvement techniques and practices
help them to see more clearly. This allows them to maintain the
improved acuity they experienced right after their surgery, and in many
cases to regain it if it starts declining later.
Q: Is vision improvement the same for near-sighted and far-sighted
A: Yes and no. Since those with either type of vision limitation need
to learn to see in a more relaxed way, much of their visual
re-education will be similar. Yet there are specific
practices to help improve near vision which are different from the
ones for far vision.