Let’s look at the glasses vs. your eyes:

The glasses, in contrast to your eyes dynamic nature, are just a piece of plastic that changes where the light focuses. Statically. It’s an invention from 600 years ago. It’s that primitive, and a very poor solution to your myopia. It’s also a big part as to why once you get your first prescription, it’s basically guaranteed that you’ll need another one before long – a stronger one. And a stronger one after that. And on, and on, and on ….

Because of the static nature of glasses, they are relatively speaking ok to wear, when you focus at where they are prescribed to. Remember the optometrist eye exam? They had you look at tiny writing, at a relatively large distance. Basically and simply, the glasses give you clear vision at the maximum distance.

But how far is that computer screen from your eyes right now? 50cm? 70cm? Hardly the distance that the static lenses in front of your eyes bend the light to. I’m going to skip a lot of the details here (for that, see the blog of the site, or the full course) – the short version though, is you are using binoculars to look at a page right in front of you.

This is absolutely the stimulus to make your eyes even worse. If you take away just one thing from this guide, is that you don’t want to wear these glasses up-close. Not ever. And anyone who tells you otherwise, has not the slightest understanding of how optics interact with your eyes. They are worse than wrong – a quick Google search on “lens induced myopia” should clear up any doubt there very quickly.

So – don’t wear those full prescriptions while focused up-close. That’s #1.

But now, what do you get instead?  That’s up next:

Next, we will look at close-up prescriptions. We will look at how you yourself can measure your eyesight more accurately than the optometrist (yes, this is also hard to believe, but will be quite evident once I explain it for you).

We will look at how you can determine a much eye friendlier prescription for all of your close-up time. And, we will take a look at how you can actually get this reduced prescription – since ironically, your optometrist will refuse to give you less prescription. Think about this for a moment: it’s quite easier to get more prescription, but if you want less? You will be refused. But in my 40 years in this business, I’ve not only found all the ways to fix your eyes, but also how to do it despite the industry trying to prevent recovery.

Looking for more, before tomorrow?  Head on over here, to the blog:  http://courses.endmyopia.org/myopia-blog-category/

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