Why not just wear glasses or contacts or get laser eye surgery?
That’s a great question that most people don’t know the answer to. First of all, glasses and contacts cost a ton of money. If you have glasses now, and are not doing anything to solve your blurry vision problem, you are going to be spending tens of thousands of dollars throughout your lifetime on new glasses, new frames, new lenses, new contacts, new contact lens solution, etc. However, rather than spend tens of thousands of dollars, you should try out eye exercises to improve vision, as they are a more healthy and natural way of obtaining clear eyesight.
As for laser eye surgery, not only does it cost thousands of dollars, it is quite risky! There is no guarantee that your vision will be corrected 100%, if at all. Also, there are a lot of side effects, including halos of light in your vision, blind spots, reduced night vision, and even blindness. Therefore, I’d say not to even think about laser eye surgery.
Think about it this way. If you wear glasses or contacts or even get laser eye surgery to make you see clearly, you are only masking the problem; you are not solving the problem of your blurry vision at the root. Glasses and contacts are like crutches for the eye, and you will still have the same visual habits that gave you the poor vision in the first place, which will make your eyes continue to get worse. However, if you learn eye exercises to improve vision, you will regain natural, healthy eyesight the way that a person should.
Should I consult a real eye doctor about eye exercises to improve vision?
Well, as with any new workout routine or health related questions or concerns, it is always recommended that you consult your doctor, but really, the answer to that one is totally up to you. No one has ever died or been seriously injured doing eye exercises to improve vision. But as always, use your discretion.
There are doctors out there who specialize in natural vision improvement. They are called behavioral opthamologists. I’ve known some people who have gone to a few of those doctors, and what they told me was basically information that I already knew. In summary, I guess it all depends on what kind of learner you are. If you are the type that needs their hand held throughout the process, then sure, try a behavior opthamologist. Please note, though, that you will be spending hundreds, if not thousands of dollars since these sort of “unnecessary” doctor’s visits are not normally covered under most health insurance plans. On the other hand, if you are the type of learner who can learn on their own, i.e. from reading a book, articles, or from videos, I definitely recommend you check out the website in the link below.
Tony McGuigano is the owner of the Front Lace Wigs website, as well as a website called Eye Exercises.