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Can Eyesight Be Restored Naturally?

November 30th, 2009

To those who are nearsightedness, eyesight naturally improved is impossible. Ways to restore eyesight, in their mind, are either wearing eyeglasses or contact lenses, or have eye surgery. However, both of the two ways are not able help improve eyesight, but weaken. Because when you wear glasses or contact, they accomplish all the work to present clear image before your eyes, while the eye muscles become weak day by day, for not frequent use. And although eye surgery seems to greatly help eyesight restoration, it is temporary. More problems will probably emerge later, especially during the process of aging.

Actually, there indeed exists natural ways to correct vision and this is what I want to introduce. That is the Bates Method, which was created by Dr. William in 1880’s after his various experiments on his patients. His experiments show that one of the main causes of eyesight failing is stress and most patients are able to improve their eyesight by doing relaxation exercises regularly. What’s more, Dr. William also figured that eye strain, and diet can be also causes of eyesight problems.

Then, some may ask why does Bates Method work? Actually it is a simple principle. As mentioned above that, eye muscles can hardly be used when eyeglasses or contact lenses are worn, therefore doing eye exercises 5-6 seconds everyday will increase the flexibility of the muscles in and around to help them strengthened. Thus eye strain is reduced to the extent which will not affect eyesight.

That is the reason why many native people living in the Amazon can always see things clear. In some degree, some of them can even see what most people living in societies would need a microscope to see.

Also here, I also want to correct a wrong idea that poor eyesight can be born with. The truth a research has proven that most newborns have normal eyesight; therefore genetics have no ability to bring abnormal eyesight. Thus, it is important to keep an eye on children’s habit in reading, watching TV and something that would affect their eyesight.