Recently, I’ve been telling all of my friends about how a person can use eye exercises to improve vision. Some believe it can work, and others are just skeptics. Well the other day, one of my skeptical friends decided to do his own research in finding whether or not a vision improvement routine can clear up one’s vision, and he came across a video that he shared with me.
“See, I told you eye exercises to don’t work!” He says to me. So here is what I told him the reasoning for the video was. That video was created by someone in the eye care industry, a laser eye surgeon in particular. Of course he’s going to tell you that eye exercises don’t work, because then you’ll just get laser eye surgery instead! I mean, it makes sense why this guy would make this video – so that he can steal business from other eye care professionals!
Think of it this way. Have you ever been to Philadelphia, or really any other metropolitan area for that matter? Well here in Philadelphia, cheese steaks are a really popular food item. There are cheese steak places all over, and each one claims to have the “best” sandwich. Why? To get you to buy a cheese steak from them, and not from the other guy! You also see it all over the TV commercials in the rivalry between Comcast and Verizon Fios. All the Comcast commercials say that cable is better, and all the Verizon commercials say Fios (fiber optics) is better. Well of course, each one is going to say that just to get your business!
As for the eye doctor in the video above, take note that they disabled the comments section on YouTube, because so many people were commenting how eye exercises do actually work well to improve vision! Also, his video is the only one I could find stating that eye exercises don’t work, whereas all the rest of the videos say they do work.
It’s reasons like this that people don’t know about how they can use eye exercises to improve vision; because other people are suppressing the truth that it actually works!
So it’s up to you to decide whether Comcast or Verizon is better, whose cheese steak is better, and whether or not eye exercises work. In other words, don’t always listen to the skeptics. Try them yourself and see what kind of results you get.
Tony McGuigano is the owner of the Front Lace Wigs website, as well as a website called Eye Exercises.