These are the pages I created for my daily journal on utilizing vision improvement exercises:
Days 27, 28 and 29 : https://tobeinformed.com/375/vision-improvement-days-27-28-and-29/
Days 27, 28 and 29 : https://tobeinformed.com/375/vision-improvement-days-27-28-and-29/
There are very few oxygenated, pH balanced mouthwashes on the market today.
Many of these are made for combating bad breath.
But those that interest me the most are made for protecting and
improving periodontal health.
One of the very few companies that make such a product are having a
very big sale over the next several days.
They have several big packages on sale. But the one that interests me
the most is what they call “Bonus Pak E” – it is made up of the
Perio-Therapy mouthwash that you have heard me talk about in the
I often talk about this mouthwash and CLOSYS (another oxygenated
mouthwash – usually available at Walgreens)- being on more or less
equal footing from my view point.
However, since there is this sale going on, you can stock up on
perio therapy mouthwash at a much better price than you would
pay for either mouthwash when buying an equal amount of individual
Oxygen has the ability to damage the bacteria that are anaerobic (shun
oxygen). In addition both of these mouthwashes are pH balanced.
The ‘bad’ bacteria also like a more acidic environment. So with
the same mouth rinse you can expose them to more oxygen and a
higher pH. You can probably imagine that this would be good for your
oral health and help to protect your tooth enamel at the same time.
Here is the link to the sale: https://www.tobeinformed.com/sale
I can’t guarantee it, but if you use coupon code a-fg10 you may
be able to score an additional 10% off the already massive savings.
You would apply the coupon a-fg10 at checkout or when phoning in
orders at the above site.
Because this is such a good opportunity to stock up and save at the
same time, I felt that it was worth writing about this morning.
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Did you know that there are people who can see like an eagle without binoculars? But over 25% of the world’s population needs eyeglasses? Do you already need them? If you are working with a computer your chances of having to use eyeglasses are growing. Do you like this idea? Do you want to change your lenses periodically for stronger ones? I do not. Please believe me. When the ophthalmologist told me I need to wear eyeglasses, a few years ago, I was so angry because of that situation. When after a few months I had to replace them with stronger ones, I was even angrier.
The eyes are very big oxygen consumers in the human body You need to breath a lot of fresh air in every single day. The lack of oxygen leads to poor eyesight, while enough oxygen leads to better eyesight and vision improvement . Let me tell you about an experience I had, which confirms this.
I walked fast in a park for one hour, breathing in slowly and keeping my breathing comfortable. Do you know what happened? I noticed real vision improvement and I felt younger. And all this happened in only one hour! It was amazing! You’ll say it can’t be true. It was hard to believe, but it was true. You have to try it yourself to see that it’s true.
Let’s see some details. The walk was at 0 degrees C. When the air is cold it has more oxygen, and leads to faster results. But you don’t have to walk for one hour, or in cold air to see results. This is only speeding up the process. What’s important: to take a walk in fresh air, breathing in slowly and after that retaining your breath as long is comfortable, and do it regularly, daily if possible. Even a few minutes it’s fine. N.B.: If you have health problems talk to your physician first about trying a new breathing style. Never try hard, just do whatever you want to do. It has to be pleasant, and natural in every aspect. Vision improvement will show by relaxing, not forcing it. You want to help your eyes and body, not to burn them.
Let’s talk now about the telescopic eyesight. There is an exercise that American Indians use to develop it. Look for 6 seconds at your nose. Then look for another 6 seconds at something 1 meter or so away, then to 5 meters, 10 meters, 50 m, 100 m, 500 m, 1000 m, 2000 m, and finally to the horizon. Each and every time glance gently for 6 seconds. Repeat the process for 3 minutes, but no more than 5 minutes. Don’t force it! After that, you rub your palms until they become warm, about 30 seconds. Then cover your closed eyes with your palms and then let your eyes get relaxed and warm while you are breathing slowly a few minutes. Make sure that your hands are clean when you touch your eyes with them. Do the exercise 3 or 4 times a week. Don’t overdo it. Overdoing can do more harm than good. It’s better once a week than 7 times a week! Eventually you will get telescopic eyesight, a real vision improvement! Start your vision improvement NOW . Write down a simple plan to improve your vision, then put it where you can see it daily, and do it. Stick to it. You will be glad, because your eyesight will start to improve today and get better and better. Thank you for your time. Let your eyes be happy and you too!
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Pinhole Glasses have been around for many decades. They work by changing the angle that light strikes the back of the eye. It forces the light to come in more straight than from an angle. Therefore, people with focusing problems, nearsighted or farsighted, can see an object with better acuity when looking through pinhole glasses.
Recently, I had the opportunity to try a pair of pinhole glasses. I found them to be well made and a bit more rugged than the models I have tried in the past.
The kind of pinhole eyeglasses that I tried wrapped around ever so slightly. And therein lies the problem.
Let me explain. I spoke with a nurse in Canada who has given up her career in nursing in order to promote some alternative healing products.
What is more important is what she told me about her father. Her father, according to this nurse, was able to correct his visual acuity problems and keep his eyes seeing 20/20. She claims he used pinhole glasses to do it.
The difference is that the pinhole glasses he used were completely blacked out on the side. Therefore, no light came in peripherally.
I do not know if what this nurse told me was correct or not. But I was intrigued and I wanted to see what happened if I blacked out the sides of the pinhole glasses so that no light came through the sides. Sure enough, I could see better through the pinhole glasses with the light from the sides blocked out.
So, if I were to try and modify the pinhole glasses I experimented with above, I would manufacture them with some flaps on the side that would completely block out the side light.
Aside from providing a change in the refraction of light, I’ve found that wearing pinhole glasses helps my eye to feel more relaxed. But, when I’m really focused on doing something, I find that wearing the glasses actually causes more stress.
Relaxing the eyes is agreed to be one of the major tenants of natural vision improvement amongst those who believe that visual acuity can be improved. However, many eye doctors will say that it is impossible to improve your visual acuity.
I do think pinhole glasses with the flaps on the sides would work better than leaving them open. This is one modification that I would suggest to the manufacturer.
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Ok, the free trial is no longer available but this is still a good deal.
You can now view the vision improvement program.
The above is the vision improvement program that I use at home. I find it to be good and it can help the eyes to relax.
Is it possible to improve your vision? If you listen to all of the voices that say yes, and there are many, then you may believe it is possible and can be done.
My personal experience tells me that it is possible, with a bit of work, to improve your vision. But to make it perfect again would take a LOT of work. Possible? Yes. Doable: Up to you.
I like this program, it has helped me and I believe it can help you too.
Now you can learn more about it . And if you don’t think it will work for you, then you can simply send it back within their 1 year guarantee period.
That means there is really nothing to lose. You can find out if this vision improvement program is right for you. No need to take anyone’s word for it. Just go try it and if you don’t like it, send it back within the first year.
But let’s focus on what you have to gain. If you can improve your vision, you might be able to save money in the future. But what if you couldn’t improve you vision? What if the best you can do is stop your vision from getting worse? Would it still be worth it? Is it worth it to see your prescription stop getting progressively worse every couple of years?
Well, my friend, those are questions that only YOU can answer.
*This post is for information only and is not intended to provide medically oriented advice. If you have or think you might have a vision problem, see your eye doctor for proper diagnosis, treatment and advice. The FDA has not evaluated statements on this site.
While it is true that I haven’t written about my vision improvement journey every day. I have been doing the exercises daily and faithfully. I have not missed any of the days between my last entry and this one.
Is there improvement? It appears that there is improvement according to the charts I’m using at home. This improvement appears to be small at best.
It’s not that I can suddenly see another line down on the chart. But what was once blurry on one of the lines is now LESS blurry. So, any improvement I’ve experienced has been minimal. However, I do think I’m seeing a slight improvement.
Some thoughts on how I could do better:
I’m at work a lot. I do a tremendous amount of near work with the computer. I’ve noticed that I’m not taking a short ten second break for my eyes every ten minutes as I should be. This I believe is having an impact.
What I’m impressed with:
I’m doing well navigating the world without my glasses or contact. Unfortunately, that does mean leaning in closer to my monitor at work. But not too much. I’m thinking that with the improvement, I should be able to lean further back as time goes by.
Recap: I believe I am seeing a slight improvement in my vision. I need to be careful with the exceptional amount of near work I do – I need to take those 10 second breaks on time and not skip them.
Interesting to see that you are working on vision. I am curious about the program you recommend. Do you really think it is worth the money, or is it simply a regurgitation of the many books that all (more or less) say the same thing.
Are they saying (and having you do) something different, or is the program good because it makes you practice 25 minutes a day?
Well, I can tell you that there are only a couple of minor variations from what you might find in other books.
But, I think their is a couple of important differences. I think Orlin was able to pick the ones that are the most powerful. As you may know there are hundreds of exercises out there – which one’s are the best?
I wanted something that is proven to work. I don’t have time to go through thousands of exercises. I don’t have time to trial and error my way to success. You don’t want to spend a lot of time on exercises that are less effective.
I do believe that one of the most important parts of the program is the 25 minute step-by step that takes you from one level to the next. It seems to make it easier. I don’t have to think about what I’m doing too much. I just go through the preprogrammed exercises. And it guarantees that I get at least 25 minutes a day in.
During the day, wherever I am, I do try to make up my own exercises to help keep my eyes relaxed and improving. But, I know that no matter what, I’m getting that 25 minutes and I am hopeful that will let me win in the end.
I can’t be sure whether I’ll make it to 20/20 or not. But I do know that this is probably the best shot I have. Plus, this gives me a definitive chance to test something out. Orlin says it works – let’s see if he is right. I am seeing what I believe to be good results and I’m excited about the possibilities.
Is it worth the money? Even if my vision improves 1/10 of the way to 20/20 – it is worth the money, not to mention the avoidance of going backwards.
If you want to, you can : Read a little more about what you’ll find in Orlin’s package, which is more than just a book.
If it doesn’t improve my vision at all, then it isn’t worth a penny. But I do think I’ve seen minor improvement. That is subjective though, I haven’t had an official eye exam that confirms anything as of yet.
If you have any other questions – let me know.
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Ok, It’s been a few days since I wrote, but I have been doing the exercises every day. One day I even did them twice.
I like the effects from doing them twice, I usually notice a difference the next morning. I’v had a number of clear flashes, particularly while outside today. Clear flashes are moments of visual clarity without glasses or contacts. They usually don’t last very long. I think the longest I experienced today was under 20 seconds, but it is very encouraging when that happens.
On Friday, I build a new website for vision improvement. There, you can sign up to be informed about my little tips, tricks and ‘insights’ on vision improvement. You can also read my about me page, where you will learn a little more about why I’m doing this whole vision improvement experiment and what I expect to get out of it.
I’ve read enough vision improvement books to believe at some level that it is possible to improve our vision. However, this is not a mainstream thing and it is hard to find any doctors that will support the process. Never the less, I feel duty bound to go ‘hard core’ on this vision improvement thing and report my results to all of you.
Now, subjectively, I often think I’m seeing improvement. Vision does seem to vary and get worse or better depending on how I am using my eyes. If I strain them a lot, my vision does diminish. If I relax them more frequently, I believe I see an improvement.
I do have a chart at home. I currently wear a slightly reduced prescription. I tested my eyes with my contacts in and could see the 20/30 line – that is in line with my reduced prescription. I could not clearly make out the 20/20 line. Does that mean there has been no improvement over the last 30 days or so? Even though I’m still seeing the 20/30 line, I believe I am seeing it more clearly.
Vision does vary, and this is something that eye doctors don’t generally recognize either.
Anyway, I’m going to keep working the current program I’m using. And I’ll report my results on this blog.
PS: if you have any questions, just ask!
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It does appear (subjectively) that I’m seeing improvement in my vision.
Doing the exercises when you first wake up, seems to be helpful.
Doing the exercises at any point in the day appears to relax them too. So if you are facing visual stress the 25 minute exercise period should be enough to make your eyes feel a lot better.
Currently, I’m avoiding wearing glasses and contacts as much as possible. (of course, you should always wear corrective lenses whenever safety issues are concerned – such as driving a car. )
I’m finding distant objects becoming less blurry. This is, as mentioned before, a subjective perception. But it appears to be real to me.
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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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