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Do I Have To Use Paypal?
Right now it’s our only payment option for the Web course. Paypal does let you use your credit card to pay, and it is a very strong way to ensure that your credit card information is safe. Paypal also insists that we process refund requests promptly, so you have that additional assurance that we honor our refund policy.
Can I Stop My Subscription Anytime?
Of course. You may want to take some time to catch up, pause, or implement what you learned. Just send us a quick e-mail and suspend your Paypal subscription.
Do You Guarantee Progress?
We guarantee that you only pay for what you find useful, and we provide all the support we can via the forum to help you progress.
Does Myopia Therapy Work For Children?
We have a separate add-on option for young children. There is no extra cost to add the child program. We do recommend that you have a myopic adult in the immediate family take the adult course first, to gain a first hand understanding of the process. This will make working with your child’s eyes much more effective. And of course we provide tailored support to help you with child myopia related questions, in the support forum.
How Long Can I Use The Forum Support?
Forum support is as listed for each therapy option for all current and previous subscribers. If you need help past the therapist support expiration, drop us a line!
What Else Do I Need To Buy?
Most of what you need is knowledge. Beyond that, measuring tools are just a print out or a few dollars. You will likely want reduced prescriptions to protect your eyes and get the opportunity for positive stimulus – we don’t sell these, but you can buy them inexpensively online, or from your local optician. Search the blog for lots more on the subject of prescription purchases, or post your questions in the forum!
Do I Own The Therapy Contents?
The course material remains intellectual property of their respective owners. We license the course from labs and clinics and provide direct support for participants. You are free to use the course material for your own improvement, though distribution and use outside of the course are prohibited by international intellectual property laws.
How Does The Refund Guarantee Work?
The refund guarantee covers the full first month of any of the Web therapy approaches. If you take the core therapy and feel you didn’t get your money’s worth, send us a quick e-mail and get a refund for the core course. No questions, no forms, no hassles.
*Note that one-on-one does not qualify for refunds (lots of therapist time!) and any optional months past
the first month are also not eligible (though if there is an issue, please do send us an e-mail).
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Payments are all processed in Paypal, your payment information is never sent to us directly. Paypal also guarantees delivery and refund processing. We also take all of your other personal information very seriously, using database encryption, hacker protection software, and third party audits.
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Some Participant Experiences.
All participant experience are verbatim from the support forum.
You’ll soon be able to find them on our Facebook page as well, where we ask participants to post their experiences. We think this will help a lot so you can see all the experience are real and not made up by Internet-people-eye-yoga types. 😉
Paul: -3.25 to -2.50 in Five Weeks
I’ve been using my first Normalized prescription now for 5 weeks. Haven’t touched my old full prescription glasses in all that time! For reference, my old prescription was:
OD -3.25, -0.75 Cyl, 180 Ax OS -3.00, -0.75 Cyl, 160 Ax
My Normalized prescription is:
OD -2.50 OS -2.25 with no CYL correction.
The first week was definitely the hardest in the sense that I really noticed the difference in my ability to see clearly, especially indoors or under poor lighting. But day by day it got better and now it feels just fine when I’m outdoors on a sunny day. With a bit of focus pulling I can read car license plates from about 30 meters away.
October 21, 2014 Paul
Lucia: 14 Year Old Son Improves From -2.25 to -2.00
I have joined up for my son who is 14, his prescription was -2.25 in right eye and -1.50 in left eye with slight astigmatism when we visited the optician for first time. He has been print pushing with plus lenses on for close up work at home and Working on far away signs and number plates and bringing them into focus, we even set up a sign in the garden that is blurry to him so he can practice bringing it into focus.
Last visit to opticians said his right eye has improved to -2.00 which is what I also tested it at on a home snellen chart at 20ft. His left eye has seen great improvement since then, he is reading with it at the 1.25 line now at 20ft and his right eye today is reading the -1.75 at 20ft, tested in morning and afternoon so really pleased at his progress so far.”
January 14, 2015 Lucia
Bradley: -4.00 to -1.50 in 7 Months
I’ve been offline from the forum for many months now, but I am still actively following the #endmyopia Method in pursuit of eliminating my myopia.
To give a quick review, I started the course about seven months ago in August 2013, and got a -1.5 prescription soon afterwards — compared with my old glasses, that’s a reduction from -4 to -1.5!
Bradley, March 23rd, 2014
Hao: -4.75 to -3.50 in One Year
I’ve been myopic since grade school. I started wearing glasses at 12 yo, -2.25/-2.25 at the time. Around this time last year, February 2013, I went to the optometrist and was prescribed -4.75OD/-5.25OS, with -1.00/-0.50 astigmatism corrections, respectively. I was scared that my visual acuity would keep getting worse and worse. Plus, the new glasses didn’t feel right. I thought my eyes were telling me they were too strong. So I started looking into myopia rehab and subsequently found livestrong.com blog and the #endmyopia clinic.
I started experimenting with weaker prescriptions. I noticed very rapid improvements within the first 3 months. My incremental improvements got smaller after that. Being in medical school and having to do a ton of close-up work probably contributed to that, although in retrospect I see that I made jumps every 3-4 months. I started the Web program in December because I haven’t seen any improvements since September and thought that I might have hit a plateau. But in January I noticed another jump so I’m quite happy about that.
My current measurements:
myopia calculator: OD 28cm / OS 25cm, which translates into: OD -3.5 / OS -4.0
my current far-viewing glasses: OD -3.75 / OD -3.75, -0.5 astigamtism
close-up glasses: OD -2.0 / OS -2.5
With the far-viewing glasses, I can see very clear when it’s nice out, but not when it’s overcast or at night. I plan to stick with these until night time vision becomes 20/20 clear.
February 8th, 2014 Hao
John: -5.00 to -3.00 in 5 Months
I thought I’d relate my experience of eyesight improvement as some may find it interesting/useful.
First some background. I started wearing glasses about the age of 12, when a school nurse tested all the kids in our class and decided I needed glasses. From that day I hated being short sighted with a passion. I refused to wear them until my myopia progressed to the stage where I didnt have much of a choice. I have asked every single optometrist I have ever been to over the years if there was anything I could do to slow the progression of my myopia or reverse it. The answer was always no and faced with such a wall of opinion I largely accepted it.
I studied very hard at school. Probably too hard and yes I am prepared to say I wrecked my own eyesight as a consequence.
My prescription followed the usual progression pattern getting worse year after year until it peaked in 2006 at OD -5.00 -1.50 x 85 OS -5.50 -1.00 x 120. 90% of the time I wore contacts with the prescription -4.75 -0.75 x 90 in both eyes.
Interestingly when I stopped studying (graduated from uni) my eyesight stopped getting worse.
After uni, and up until 5 years ago I had a desk job, in an office behind 4 computer screens. I lived in a country with bad weather and rarely went outside.
5 years ago I decided I didnt like my job or my life very much and decided to change it. I moved to the tropics and started working outdoors. Note this is a very big change!
In January this year before I found this site I went for an eye test. No change in my prescription but the optometrist found a retinal tear and referred me to an ophthalmologist. I had an operation to fix it but for a guy in his late 20s this was a somewhat sobering experience and it gave me new impetus to try and fix my eyesight to at least try and prevent any more retinal damage. I did a fair bit of googling and found this site.
It was an absolute revelation. What Dr Alex was saying made sense and confirmed a lot of my hunches about vision over the years. I immediately started applying the principles. This was in mid February this year. I slightly adjusted some of the advice to fit my circumstances, namely that I have no need for a reduced prescription for close up work because I dont really do any anymore. Crucially I work outdoors year round in high UV levels and bright sunlight, staring into the distance as part of my job. At the time of writing (late july) I have made rapid progress from my -4.75 0.75 x 90 starting prescription in February (contact lens) to my current prescription of -3.00 0.75 x 90. That initial progress was very rapid and I was struggling to keep up with prescription reductions, reducing by 0.25 every time. However the step down from -3.25 to -3.00 has been pretty tough and it would seem that progress from here on will be slower. I have been wearing the -3.00 0.75 x 90 prescription for about 3 weeks now and my eyesight has improved over that time but is still not 20/20. I have a snellen and good reference points in the distance at work. Also I have noticed that while I might be able to get 20/20 in bright sunlight during the day with a particular prescription, my night vision is not good, however it does improve with time albeit slowly.
I am lucky with my current circumstances and I think that reflects in my rapid initial progress. For those struggling with improvements maybe some holidays in sunny places would help. I am still ‘learning as I go’ and I will be interested to see if my progress increases again as the UV index here rises as we head toward the wet season. I will update here with my future progress – I plan to stick with my 0.25 diopter reductions and am very much looking forward to ditching the astigmatism correction around -2.50. Finally I want to say a big thank you to Alex for the time he puts into this site and for starting it in the first place!
August 1st, 2014 John
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