Natural Vision Improvement Techniques Blog

The following is a list of articles that will answer many vision-related questions and give you tips on how to improve your vision naturally, easily, and cheaply. No need to turn to corrective lenses, like eye glasses and contact lenses, or even resort to invasive surgeries like LASIK, the Rebuild Your Vision blog is full of articles that provide you with natural alternatives to vision restoration. Read on to find out what eye exercises you should be doing and foods you should be eating to improve nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism and presbyopia, as well as other common eye problems. Plus, we'll talk about what's happening in vision news, medical advancements, and touch on some super fun and interesting vision facts that will leave you laughing, astonished and wanting more!

Diabetic Retinopathy Caused by Nerve Damage

Diabetic Retinopathy Caused by Nerve Damage, According to New Study

We’re not strangers to the topic of diabetic retinopathy here at RYV. We’ve devoted a lot of time to the subject on this blog because it is the most common eye disease among diabetics. If caught early, it may be possible to prevent it, which is why we work hard to bring you the facts. […]

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Can An Eye Test Detect Early Alzheimer’s Disease

Can An Eye Test Detect Early Alzheimer’s Disease?

Alzheimer’s is a disease that doesn’t just rob someone of their memory, but of everything that they have. It slowly chips away at the mind, and later the body. This horrific disease has no cure, but it can be slowed down with medication. The trouble here is that this memory disease does not always present […]

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New Contact Lens Could Combat Digital Eye Strain

New Contact Lens Could Combat Digital Eye Strain

If you’re a citizen of Earth, there’s no doubt that you’ve used a digital device. Actually, you have to be using some type of digital device to be accessing this article in the first place. That means you could potentially suffer from digital eye strain. Millennials are among the most affected by digital eye strain. […]

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What You Can Do to Fit Vision Training into Your Daily Routine

What You Can Do to Fit Vision Training into Your Daily Routine

Just like any other part of your body, your eyes need to be worked to keep them in top shape. The same way we run to improve cardiovascular strength or lift weights to gain muscle mass, our eyes need vision training to be strong and healthy. However, much like regular exercising, it can be tough […]

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Vision Conditions After a Concussion

Vision Conditions After a Concussion

Concussions are one of the most common brain injuries today, especially among athletes. We constantly hear about athletes taking a game or two off to recover from a concussion. It is such a normal occurrence that it’s like we think of concussions as harmless as the common cold. Of course, repeated concussions can severely damage your […]

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What is Visual Acuity

What is Visual Acuity?

We’ve all seen those ads from eye glass companies selling not only stylish prescription glasses but also the promise of 20/20 vision. This has led to the widely accepted notion that 20/20 is the best possible vision. After all, an eyewear company isn’t going to sell their products on the promise of worse vision. Not […]

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Optic Nerve Regrowth in Mice May Lead to New Treatment for Glaucoma

Optic Nerve Regrowth in Mice May Lead to New Treatment for Glaucoma

As you may or may not know, January was National Glaucoma Month. We posted that special article out about it, but some stuff didn’t make the cut; specifically this new study which may lead towards a cure for glaucoma and other degenerative diseases. We weren’t about to lump this exciting news into any old article. […]

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New Imaging Technique Could Detect Glaucoma Earlier

New Imaging Technique Could Detect Glaucoma Earlier

Glaucoma is one of those sneaky diseases that fly under your radar until it’s too late to do anything about. Imaging techniques have been steadily evolving over the past decade but none can detect glaucoma early enough to prevent the disease. Early enough to slow the disease, yes, but to prevent it and stop it […]

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Getting Rid of the Reading Glasses

Getting Rid of the Reading Glasses

No one likes to feel like they’re getting older, but our bodies are constantly reminding us. That goes especially for your eyes. Our once hawk eyes have now dwindled and require reading glasses, the dreaded mark of aging eyes. You may have once been able to read a street sign from a block away, but […]

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Vision and Gaming

Vision and Gaming: How We Perceive Motion

If you’re an avid gamer, you’ll know that more than anything the only skill required for gaming is reaction. Many games, like first shooter games, don’t actually require any experience shooting a gun or tossing a grenade. Thank goodness for that. However, what these games do require is speed. We don’t mean physical speed. We […]

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Recent Study Shows Link Between ADHD and Vision Impairment

Recent Study Shows Link Between ADHD and Vision Impairment

Being a child in this day and age is no walk in the park. With vision problems like astigmatism on the rise, so is another disorder that may affect your child’s eyesight: ADHD. According to the CDC, in 2011, 11 percent of American children were diagnosed with ADHD which averages out to about 6.4 million […]

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