While, according to Lavrov, it is “common knowledge” that jihadist groups comprising of international extremists make up the most combat-capable units of the Syrian opposition, the minister said that the policy of fighting such groups in Mali and supporting them in Syria at the same time “is hard to call as far–sighted.” … This would help improve the international environment and foster the collective efforts to counter global terrorism and drug trafficking, Lavrov said.
Improving Eyesight -Near or Far
Two of the foremost common visually ailments ar shortsightedness and Presbyopia; otherwise referred to as near-and far-sightedness. each ar ailments impact vision and therefore the distance that’s seen once viewing objects. each ailments are often cured on their own if allowed. most eye ailments ar caused from dangerous habits learned as kids, and strain on the eyes.
Myopia is caused by the eyeballs elongating. This ill is caused by habits that embrace solely viewing objects stop working for long periods of your time. This starts go into college age kids United Nations agency ar forced to be told things from books and different materials requiring shut contact focus.
Myopia becomes a tangle thanks to strain on the eyes, pressure, anxiety, or frustration. The pressure young kids got to succeed is big. once info is boring, it’s arduous to truly learn. viewing material for long periods of your time while not an opening will cause the eyes to strain on stop working info.
Near-sightedness also can be contributed to nervous strain and psychological issue. shortsightedness are often a part of associate anxiety or nervousness concerning the long run. Subconsciously the person could also be petrified of what lays sooner than them and ar unable to seem ahead to the long run. during this case, they’re comfy wherever they’re and feel safe in their stop working world.
Presbyopia is that the ability to ascertain things within the distant however not things stop working. Far-sightedness starts touching folks in their 40s. this is often once the lenses begin to harden. The muscles round the eye will still be train to force the eyes to contract even with harden lenses. This ill is believed to be a part of obtaining older, therefore we tend to simply settle for the matter and obtain glasses. we tend to enable our eyes to become lazy and learn to trust artificial lenses to urge North American country through day after day.
Presbyopia also can be âall within the mindâ. folks begin to seem too way to the long run and refuse to seem at things right before of them. they permit their focus to air retirement rather than on fixing the unseaworthy regulator these days.
Both these ailments are often avoided by permitting the eyes to maneuver around naturally day after day. If you’re learning one thing up shut for many of the day, pay associate hour close to viewing things within the distance. If you’re viewing things isolated grab a book and browse some pages.
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In the past few weeks, protests have rocked Brazil’s major cities as more than one million citizens turned out to oppose a 20 cent bus fare hike announced by the government in early June. The protests were initially launched by the Free Fare Movement, an organization that advocates dramatically reduced transportation fares, financing of public transportation through tax increases, or doing away with fares altogether. The protests swiftly took on a life of their own as university students and leftist activists were joined by increasing numbers of citizens who opposed not only the rising cost of public transportation, but a growing number of grievances against the government. Brazilian citizens’ primary concerns include the inadequate provision of public services such as education and health, alongside widespread corruption and abuse of power in office.
The Brazilian government, led by President Dilma Rousseff, has reached out several times in an effort to respond to protestors’ demands and put an end to the demonstrations, which have often turned violent. On June 20, officials in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro revoked the bus fare increase. Most recently, on June 24, President Rousseff proposed a wide range of actions to reform Brazil’s political system. To achieve these sweeping reforms, she called for a national referendum on amending Brazil’s constitution. She also pledged that her government would focus on five priority areas: fiscal responsibility and controlling inflation, political reform, health care, public transport, and education. Rousseff also announced that her government would allocate $23 billion for new spending on urban public transport. Regardless of the president’s proposed changes, protesters have returned to the streets.
At first blush, the recent atmosphere of social tension and political unrest appears to stand at odds with the increasingly mainstream image of Brazil as a growing economic powerhouse and established democracy well on its way to joining the ranks of the world’s major players. However, regional experts argue that Brazil’s impressive economic growth is in fact the main trigger for the protests. More specifically, Brazil’s rapidly expanding middle class (from 1999 to 2009, Brazil’s middle class grew by 31 million people) is putting increased demands on social services such as transportation and education. As Isobel Coleman, a senior fellow at the Council of Foreign Relations argues, “as their economic prospects have improved, their expectations for better public services have grown.”
In recent years, the government’s efforts to improve public services have not kept pace with their citizens’ growing needs and expectations. Brazilian students ranked 53 out of 65 nations in educational assessment by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development alliance. Corruption remains institutionalized in the political system. Rather than channeling resources into addressing these problems and improving public services, Brazilians see their government spending large amounts on preparations for the World Cup and Olympics. According to Filipe Campante, a Brazilian professor of public policy at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, “there is a deep sense of discontent with political institutions, which are seen as inefficient, corrupt, and unresponsive.”
Unfortunately, these protests come at a time when Brazil’s economic growth rates are lagging, potentially complicating Rousseff’s efforts to respond to protestors’ demands and implement her proposed reforms. The country’s economic growth has proved to be disappointing in past months. Figures from May 29 suggest Brazil’s economy grew by just 0.6 percent, falling well short of analysts’ expectations. The country is running a trade deficit for the first time in years, as government debt grows and its primary fiscal surplus diminishes. Brazil’s problems appear to have origins within the country itself, with high inflation (nearing 6.5 percent) despite slow economic growth suggesting harmful domestic rigidities.
Weak foreign demand for Brazilian exports is also complicating matters. In 2011, incoming president Dilma Rousseff raised public spending and the minimum wage, while forcing government-controlled banks to lend more in an effort to stimulate growth. Rather than raising interest rates to counter the resulting inflation, Rousseff’s administration cut sales taxes and imposed price ceilings on staple items like food and gas. The measures proved popular with the general public, but they are beginning to hurt the economy. Wage increases are barely keeping pace with inflation, and consumer confidence is tumbling as prices continue to rise.
Now, the Brazilian government has been forced to adapt its strategy. The Central Bank recently raised the base interest rate from 7.5 percent to 8 percent to rein in inflation. The government discontinued a tax on foreign purchases of bonds on June 4 in an effort to boost foreign currency inflows and strengthen the real. A weakening currency has been making imports more expensive and further fueling inflation.
Analysts are still awaiting substantive evidence that Rousseff’s government plans to follow through on a promise to encourage investment, rather than shortsighted efforts to boost consumption. Investment is currently just 18.4 percent of GDP. Despite official rhetoric encouraging business investment, the actions of Brazil’s government have impeded investment on several fronts. Clumsy interference with the transportation, electricity and banking industries have created the image of an anti-business administration with a heavy-handed approach. Many of the top-down economic tactics that contributed to Brazil’s rapid rise are now proving to be impediments to continued growth as the country’s economy matures.
By successfully lifting millions out of poverty and into the middle class, Brazil’s government increased accountability for its policy decisions while restricting its economic maneuverability. As the Rousseff administration seeks to ease growing political tensions and address economic woes among an increasingly informed and politically active populace, it must walk a fine line between imposing far-sighted economic planning by the government, and fulfilling its end of the social contract with a democratically-empowered populace of 200 million.
About the author: Ken Anderson is a writer and editor specializing in international relations, international development, economics, and technology. A graduate of Georgetown University’s Master of Science in Foreign Service program, Ken enjoys traveling, hiking, cycling, and sci-fi stories. Read more of his work on Privatizing Diplomacy.
There are many eye issues out there. Some are familiar like astigmatism, and near- or far-sightedness. Strabismus is an eye problem as well and is more commonly known as cross-eyed or lazy eye. Strabismus can be either of those problems and they can be healed without the use of artificial lenses like glasses or contacts.
Simply put, Strabismus is the inability of both eyes working together to focus on an object. To see things clearly, both eyes need to focus on the object. This process takes a lot of mental focus and can be straining if one tries too hard. The eyes need to work together to get the distance correct and look at an object at the same time.
If we lose concentration, the eyes will actually do their own thing. One eye may be focused and the other is off in its own world refusing to participate. We call it cross-eyed when one eye is focused and the other is turned out or slightly up or down. Lazy eye is when one eye takes longer to catch up to the other one.
When you are stressed, the eye muscles tense up and become strained. When the eye muscles are too tense, they may pull the eye in whatever direction they feel like. Sometimes Strabismus is more of an unconscious problem. Problems between the thoughts and feelings inside may cause one eye to look away. The left eye is the feeling side and the right eye is the thinking side. Depending on which eye is the lazy one, you may be able to figure out the inner conflict.
Children and adults who are diagnosed with Strabismus often also have symptoms of ADHD. These people have the hardest time finding stability and fight for attention between two people. These thought patterns can cause the person to feel out of control which will only worsen the problem.
One way to solve the Strabismus problem is to relax. Figure out what the inner conflict is all about and take steps to make peace. Relax and take time out for yourself, is the best cure for any vision ailment.
Each year there are millions of children born with eye birth defects all over the world. Many of these birth defects cause a cloudy cornea, which is usually corrected with surgical procedures at a very young age.
However, there are many who have wondered if there is a natural, non-invasive way to correct the problem without surgical intervention. The following information will provide you with information about the most common birth defects that happen to the eyes, and whether or not eye exercises are effective treatment methods.
Development of the Cornea
The first thing to understand is the development of the cornea and how it can be interrupted by certain genetic factors that can cause birth defects. Light will travel through the cornea into the retina, which will then send an impulse to the brain, which allows the development of vision.
The development of your vision will continue until the age of eight, at which time it stops. If your cornea is cloudy, due to a birth defect, then light is unable to reach the retina and the impulses are not able to reach your brain, which will result in underdeveloped vision.
Some of the most common diseases that will cause eye birth defects include:
Peter’s Anomaly: This is a developmental defect in the actual structure of your eye, which is characterized by a corneal clouding and sometimes accompanied by adhesions on the cornea, lens and iris. This condition is also often a symptom of a more serious medical condition, such as a mental disability or dwarfism.
Stromal Dystrophy and Hereditary Endothelial: This is a condition that is identified by the base layer of the cornea, which is responsible for pumping water out of your cornea to keep the area dehydrated. As a result, the cornea will swell and then may become cloudy.
Fraser’s Syndrome: This is a very rare birth defect of the eye, where the skin covers the actual eyeball, and there is no clear indication of any eyelid formation.
Congenital Glaucoma: This can be present from birth to three years of age. Glaucoma is a type of eye disease that is identified by pressure increases in the eye that will cause problems and defects in the vision field.
Mucopolysaccharidoses: This is a metabolic disorder that is very rare and is the result of an enzyme deficiency, which will cause clouding of the cornea.
The Many Benefits of Eye Exercises
Everyone knows that physical exercise is extremely beneficial to your overall health and will lead to a healthier heart, shrink your waist line and increase your energy level. Did you know that your eyes are a muscle too? This means that they also need to be exercised in order to stay strong and healthy, and perform at optimum levels, which equates to superior vision.
Regular eye exercises, such as the ones offered by the Rebuild Your Vision Program, have been proven to improve many people’s vision. In a typical day, the majority of your eye movement will be from right to left and extremely minimal. When you take time to move your eyes in all directions, as far as possible, without turning your head, it can actually strengthen your eye muscles.
All of the exercises that are available for your eyes can help reduce tension and eyestrain and help improve vision of those who are nearsightedness, farsightedness, have astigmatism or presbyopia (poor vision due to the aging process). So, will these exercises also be effective for those born with eye birth defects?
Currently there is no proof linked to eye exercises aiding birth defects. This is primarily due to the fact that most parents opt for surgery for children who have these problems, and exercises are not an option. However, even after surgery there are many people who will still suffer from poor vision for the rest of their lives. If a person suffers from nearsightedness, farsightedness, have astigmatism or presbyopia, eye exercises can be extremely beneficial.
Since the purpose of eye exercises is to strengthen the muscle, there are some suggestions that parents should try holistic and natural remedies for birth defects of the eyes when their children are young and their vision is still developing. This will provide the best chance to reverse the vision conditions of the defect.
When two franchises share a city, their fates become inextricably linked. They serve as a looming point of comparison for one another, so constant as to become an annoyance and so familiar as to engender legitimate rivalry. It only helps to stoke the fire when both teams are on relatively equal footing, which is currently the case with the Knicks and Nets. Both are good enough to be obvious playoff teams without having quite the right pieces to elevate themselves to anything more, which put all the more pressure on both franchises to take the next step this offseason. What we’ve seen from both teams this summer — through trades and free agency alike — is an attempt to that end. But which New York team has had the better offseason to date?
Both New York teams have thus far used the offseason to affirm their previous intention to contend immediately, though to very different degrees of success. Of the two, Brooklyn’s gambit looks to be the far more favorable in terms of capitalizing on that win-now mantra.
Though the Nets haven’t served their own best interests in trading away so many future draft picks, the additions of Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry should open up the offense (via better shooting and added versatility) while creating the potential for instant defensive improvement.
That’s more than we can say for the Knicks, who leveraged draft picks and a useful specialist in Steve Novak to acquire the rarely helpful Andrea Bargnani and the $21.3 million he’s owed over the next two seasons. Toronto has been intent on ditching Bargnani for months, and found a perfect trade partner in a New York team that seems to revel in collecting incompatible players. As if it weren’t difficult enough to manage the limitations of Carmelo Anthony and Amar’e Stoudemire in tandem, Bargnani’s woeful defense and slim rebounding stand to compound the Knicks’ rotational problems. New York at least protected against a harder fall next season by securing the return of J.R. Smith and Pablo Prigioni in free agency, though keeping pace from last season while picking up Bargnani doesn’t in any way measure up to the move Brooklyn made.
Both teams have flubbed in this dimension of their dealings thus far, though the Knicks less so than the Nets.
It made little sense to sacrifice two draft picks — a 2016 first-rounder and an undisclosed future second — in exchange for a much-maligned player that the Raptors seemed desperate to give away, but otherwise the Knicks are right where they were previously: locked into a huge amount of salary for the next several seasons, lacking the potential to add much through the draft (even before this deal came together, New York had traded away its first-rounder in 2014 and its second-rounders in 2014, 2015, and 2016 in other trades) and flawed enough to not be taken too seriously as contenders. They’re not in great long-term shape by any means, but much of that was already determined by the huge deals given to Anthony, Stoudemire and Tyson Chandler.
Brooklyn, on the other hand, took a bad long-term outlook and made it significantly worse. While Nets GM Billy King deserves a pat on the back for finding a taker for Gerald Wallace’s instantly regrettable contract (he’ll make $30.3 million over the next three seasons), he gave up a host of future picks in order to do so.
As a result of this deal (in conjunction with the Joe Johnson trade), Brooklyn doesn’t have complete ownership of any of its first-round picks for the next five years; three of those picks are now owed outright to the Celtics, while other teams (Atlanta and Boston, respectively) also have the right to swap first-round selections with Brooklyn in the intermittent years should the Nets fall into a more favorable draft slot. It’s one thing for a playoff team to give up a draft pick a year or two down the line for the sake of making more immediate gains, but the picks in 2017 and 2018 (on top of the 2014 and 2016 first-round selections) could be a huge price to pay for a 37-year-old big man who could well retire in a year and a 35-year-old wing who will be an unrestricted free agent next summer.
Maximization of resources
Both teams entered this summer with limited options. The Knicks and Nets alike will land hefty tax bills this year, and were facing the possibility of losing their own free agents due to a complete lack of cap space and the compromise of settling for the smaller “taxpayer” mid-level exception. Still, Brooklyn managed to convince Andray Blatche to re-sign on a one-year, $1.4 million deal despite interest from other teams, while New York agreed to terms with J.R. Smith and Pablo Prigioni on multi-year contracts.
For teams with no cap room and few exceptions to add talent, the ability to retain becomes crucial. Were Blatche to leave, the Nets would be pained by Garnett’s playing-time limitations and likely screwed if any of their bigs went down with an injury. Were Smith and Prigioni to depart, the Knicks would miss out on crucial shot creation and ball movement.
All three of these additions are important, though if I’m picking between them I’ll favor the Knicks — largely because their peripheral moves this offseason could better serve them down the line. As great as it is for Brooklyn to get Blatche back at a fantastic price, he’ll likely only stick with the Nets for a season more before he looks for a bigger payday. New York, on the other hand, will have Prigioni to run its second-unit offense and Smith as either a spot scorer or trade chip for the next several seasons, all while the team remains capped out. The Nets will go through this same scramble to find bargain talent a year from now, while the Knicks can do what they will with these two assets over the next few seasons.
Neither of these teams makes for a particularly promising contender this season, nor do they have much hope further down the line. Still, if we look solely at what has transpired this summer, I’d give the slightest of advantages to the Nets. The Knicks won two of the three categories above, but given the win-now framework that defines the operations of both teams, I’d say that the Nets have made the more successful offseason improvements. They gave away most every draft pick they could in the process and didn’t create any other future assets, but they at least made some positive movement on both ends of the floor while executing their short-sighted plan. They’ll be the better of the two New York teams this season, their future be damned.
Let me assure you…
If you want to reverse Myopia, Hyperopia and other serious conditions, and at the same time restore your vision naturally without expensive and harmful surgery, then you don’t want to miss the insights I’m going to reveal here…
But before we delve deeper into my discoveries let’s…
People write me all the time telling me how grateful they are to finally being able to escape their life-long dependency on glasses and contacts…
Many people wonder why their doctor or optometrist never informed them about natural alternatives to expensive and harmful contacts, glasses, and laser eye surgery…
With more than 25 years in the field I can assure you… it’s not a big fat greedy conspiracy between doctors, optometrist, and the optometry industry.
Most doctors and optometrist out there are good people who want nothing but the best for their patients. I should know because I was like that for years… kept in the dark by ignorance.
What I’m saying is this:
Education is a wonderful thing, but the downside of filling your head with “knowledge” is that it makes less room for being open to alternatives.
Mostly every eye doctor and optometrist truly believe that THEY KNOW BEST… and quite frankly, they have to… The grim alternative is to face a life crises (like I did), and the complete breakdown of their current life and practice.
The optometry industry is one thing… but it’s no use blaming your doctor or optometrist for being ignorant. Rather be happy you’ve been lucky enough to stumble upon this quick and reliable way to regain your natural vision abilities.
Because, it’s a sad fact that…
Of course, Dr. Bates realized this over 90 years ago…
|If glasses are worn continuously over time the poor vision will generally become worse. Essentially what glasses do is lock the eyes into their refractive state and in order to see through your lenses you have to maintain the poor vision that the lenses are designed to correct.|
Here are some quotes from more recent research…
Here’s a simple way you can prove this for yourself:
Put on your glasses or contacts and do some close work for two hours and then check your unaided vision… You’ll see only half of what you did two hours ago.
It’s really a tragedy that children and other people showing mere signs of myopia are prescribed steel framed “remedies” that will harm them for life when a perfectly natural alternative is available…
Perhaps you’re thinking; “I’ll just look into corrective eye surgery so I don’t have to worry about my vision being affected by glasses or contacts”.
Unfortunately, surgery is both expensive and has proven itself to be a risky and troublesome alternative…
A full eye surgery procedure will cost upwards of $5000, and there is absolutely NO GUARANTEE that you will not need your glasses again within a few months of a perfectly successful operation.
In fact, there has been numerous reports of temporary improvement that relapse into even worse conditions a few months after surgery.
And then there is the serious concern about side effects like…
Perhaps you already knew this but…
In 2008, the FDA actually officially stated that they would do a full re-evaluation of the safety of laser eye surgery, specifically due to the high amount of complaints it receives on the subject every month.
What you also might not know is that on top of the huge surgery expenses you’ll pay, you’ll also be bothered with inconvenient doctor visits for months after the treatment…Now, pay careful attention:
You already have the ability to improve your vision – naturally…
You just need to know the latest and most effective way to fine-tune and naturally heal the amazing instrument that is the human eye.
More about that in a little while…
First, let’s take a brief look at what causes your vision problems in the first place…
When you were born, doctors didn’t check your eyesight as they pulled you from your mother’s womb. And, guess what? Eventually, you learned to crawl and walk, without the use of glasses. Didn’t you?
Here’s another example to consider…
If you’ve been to remote locations such as the Amazon or have seen T.V. shows that film the way natives live in the wild. You may have seen them how they hunt for food, build tools and make crafts. But, you’ll never see these naturalists squint their eyes, or struggle to focus on their prey.
So, if you didn’t need glasses as a small child and neither do those living in the wild; then why are many people today so dependent on wearing glasses or contacts?
Simply put… Vision problems are a learned trait. It’s all about good or bad habits!
Through careful examination and experimentation with thousands of patients Dr. William H. Bates made the astonishing discovery that most vision problems are due to bad habits that people have developed in the process of seeing.
Habitual/Unconscious/Learned “misuse” of the eyes…
This is the major underlying cause of vision problems, and it soon develops into a vicious spiral… Dr. William H. Bates says:
“It has been demonstrated in thousands of cases that all abnormal action of the external muscles of the eyeball is accompanied by a strain or effort to see, and that with the relief of this strain the action of the muscles becomes normal and all errors of refraction disappear.” – Perfect Sight Without Glasses, Ch 9.
However, here’s the good news:
You can reverse this “evil spiral” and eliminate these “bad habits” by simply learning and practicing the correct way to see for a few small minutes a day…
For many years, I owned an ophthalmology practice. In fact, in my city, I’ve won many awards for having the most prestigious optical business in town.
After learning of my accomplishments as a leading optical doctor, people were shocked when I left my practice to help vision sufferers improve their eyesight – naturally.
Since then I’ve spent many years perfecting my system that exploits a previously unknown short-cut to get your vision back, naturally and forever.
You see, since working with Dr. Bates’ system, I’ve helped hundreds of people get rid of their glasses, for good. I’ve even helped 80 years olds and older develop 20-20 vision. And, I can do the same for you.
It doesn’t matter if you’ve been wearing glasses since preschool… If you are not totally blind, my refinement of Dr. Bates method can work for you. And get this…
This “Dr. Bates 2.0” method applies to almost all visual problems, including:
In the words of a former patient of mine…
In my Vision Without Glasses program you’ll be taken by the hand, as I walk you through the ultra-simple step-by-step program to improve your vision in just 1 – 3 months…
Here’s the secret:
After my initial discovery I’ve since spent years developing Dr. Bates original vision improving concepts into a super-charged program that’s bound to make you see sharper and clearer in only a few short weeks.
In Vision Without Glasses you’ll discover…
|15-minutes-a-day action plan to literally FORCE your entire visual system to work as a cohesive unit to self-correct and promote crystal clear sight and naturally regain perfect 20/20 vision in 1 – 3 months!|
|The grave mental danger posed by “authoritarian” doctors and optometrists, and a simple 3-second “trick” to brush off their sticky negative influence in a heartbeat… (hint: you want placebo to work in YOUR favor, and not the other way around!)|
|The proper way to use glasses and contacts without ruining your progress towards the natural state of vision without glasses…|
|A deadly diagnostic mistake made by most doctors and optometrists concerning the difference between strained and stressed eyesight… and how to correct both ailments from the comfort of your own home!|
|Fool-proof 60-second relief from headaches and eye strain without drugs, pills, or other harmful chemicals…|
|The natural confidence enjoyed by people with perfect vision PLUS the knowingness that you’ve mastered something most people would consider “a miracle”…(a young patient jokingly compared it to Clark Kent versus Superman…)|
“I admit it sounds like a great program… But does it really work like you say it will?”
Why don’t we ask some more people that question…
Even the American Optometric Association has been forced to admit these things!
Check out these revealing quotes buried deep in their own journals…
|“The evidence is conclusive…” Thousands of young men applying for admission to the various branches of the armed forces discovered that they could not meet the visual requirements. As a result of visual training, most successfully passed the visual requirements of the service that had previously rejected them. The evidence is conclusive that optometric methods of visual training improve the acuity of most myopes.|
Even more feedback from the countless people I’ve been able to help with my program:
The value of this program is simple — you get a highly refined, uniquely developed, and deadly efficient system that will restore your natural 20/20 vision in as little as a month or two from now…
We both know that every day that goes by wearing those darn contacts or glasses is only making your vision problem worse… Not to speak about the annual cost of this unfortunate lifestyle…
We’ve also seen that a laser operation is just too darn risky, and it will definitely cost you an arm and a leg (and in many cases… quite literally the very eyes you wanted to fix!)
Instead of throwing your hard-earned money away to ignorant doctors and optometrists wouldn’t it be much better to make a one time investment in yourself and get rid of the problem once and for all!
Considering the yearly costs you’re already incurring with glasses, contacts, doctors, and optometrists I could easily charge at least $
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However, you can gain access to this amazing program for a measly one-time investment of only $37.
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When I meet former patients on the street they always tell me what a major boost in confidence it is to have perfect vision, and how much more fulfilling their life has become because of this program…
It’s really like the start of a new life for most people!
But here’s the best part…
I’ve decided to make this offer completely risk free with my…
Perhaps you’re thinking… “What happens if this wasn’t for me… or I don’t like your program… Or I just want my money back… or if it for some reason doesn’t work for me?”
What’s so great about this offer is that you are not going to risk anything anyway. I’m so certain you’ll be happy with this program that I’m willing to take all the risk on me…
So, get Vision Without Glasses and go through it immediately…
If after 10 minutes, you don’t feel you’ve already gotten your money’s worth, I DEMAND you contact me… and I’ll return your every penny of your purchase…quietly and promptly…
No questions asked.
As you can see, you only stand to gain by acting on this immediately.
I also invite you to contact me as often as you want, by email, to discuss any questions you might have. In return, I promise to give you the best I can. So, give it to yourself to try Vision Without Glasses now, risk free.
Okay, so let’s talk about RISK here for a minute…
I’ve clearly demonstrated that you only risk wasting 10 minutes of your life with my personal money-back guarantee above. Now…
Lets talk about…
3 Things You Risk If You Don’t Take Advantage Of This Offer Today
1. You risk living with your worsening condition for the rest of your life because you could not afford to spend 10 minutes on this offer…
2. You risk wasting large amounts of cash on clueless doctors, optometrists, and “remedies” that only make the problem worse over time…
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To make this offer a no-brainer, I’ve decided to sweeten it up a bit. So I’ve thrown in some specific bonuses that are complimentary to the program and will make things easier for you…
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