Things are changing now. I am certain that I am seeing the top letter of the chart from a distance of 16-20 feet more clearly than I used to. Don’t get me wrong: it is still blurry. But I really do think there is improvement.
I believe one of the top keys to vision improvement is not using a visual acuity aid like glasses or contacts (or at least use a very much decreased prescription) as much as possible – except when safety is important. For example: you don’t want to drive without your glasses, that would be illegal for many people anyway.
I believe that things are looking better – literally.
Earlier on, one of the benefits I was noticing was less eye strain and muscular tension around the eyes. That has continued. I don’ get much of that anymore.
This is very exciting. I’m also trying to do near-far focusing exercises whenever I get the chance. I just kind of make this up as I go.
I’ve also moved up to the next level of exercises in the program. Actually, I should have yesterday, but I didn’t realize I was supposed to move up.
Tonight, I actually did most of the exercises for longer than stipulated. They feel good to my eyes and I don’t mind doing them. Sometimes I just don’t realize how long I have been doing them for – which is a great sign.
I’m encouraged by my results thus far and I’ll keep on going. Keep checking back. I’m writing about this about once-per-day.
If interested, you can check out the program I’m using as the basis to my vision improvement.
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* This is for information only and is not intended to provide advice. If you have a visual acuity or eye problem, be sure to visit your doctor or optometrist for proper diagnosis, advice and treatment.