Eyesight has been a difficulty for almost as long as I can remember. When I was about 6 years old, I had 20/20 vision. By the time I was 10, my eyesight had weakened to short-sighted. Probably about 3 feet. Although I was able to recognize people from a distance by identifying their physical mannerisms (which I did without really thinking about it), reading anything past a few feet wasn’t an option.
Somehow I managed to get along without glasses until I was 21, although I did try hard lens contacts briefly. THAT was a mistake. My eyes were way too sensitive even for soft lenses. Ah well.
After years with poor eyesight and being away from home, I finally returned to visit and discovered my father had maintained his 20/20 vision (or close to it) by diligently exercising and relaxing his eyes with the See Clearly Method. He had taught me the method before i went to boarding school, but I had forgotten. Still again I lacked the discipline to commit to regular use of the routine.
Fast forward to today. My wife is getting ready to rexam with the DMV, and she wanted to make sure her eyesight was up to par. Her eyesight is much better than mine, and she is long-sighted, so she’s in much better shape than I! So to help her out I did some quick research online (of course) and discovered pinhole glasses.
I won’t bother trying to explain exactly how it works as it’s already explained HERE. We’ve ordered a pair and, after my wife is done with them, I will try them out and post the result. If they work for me, they’ll work for anyone!