New Year’s Resolutions: It’s that time of year again. You vow to lose 10 pounds, clean out your closet, balance your checkbook, and actually go to the gym, as opposed to just thinking about it.
You’ll read more, watch TV less; take up sailing or knitting or golfing or whatever “ing” you’ve always wanted to try but never made time for; forgo your daily latte to save for that Caribbean cruise. Ah, New Year’s resolutions!
We’ve written this article in hopes of inspiring you to dust off the eye-patch, grab the string-beads, and get back to (or start for that matter) improving your vision with the Rebuild Your Vision Program.
Just 25 minutes a day is all it takes.
As Webster’s puts it, a resolution is not just a promise you make to yourself but also “the process or capability of making distinguishable the individual parts of an object, closely adjacent optical images, or sources of light” – in other words, reducing things to a simpler form, so you can see them more clearly.
Because when you see your goals clearly, you can more easily achieve them.
Need further incentives?
Improve your vision and you improve your life. An Australian study found that “after the age of 40, the amount of eye disease, visual impairment, or blindness increases threefold with each decade. Even a moderate level of visual impairment – that is, less than 6/12 (20/40) – has a significant impact on the ability of people to enjoy healthy aging.”
Save hundreds, if not thousands of dollars on eye care.
Last year, Americans shelled out $15.4 billion for eyewear, according to the nonprofit Vision Council of America. All About Vision notes, “Expect to pay about a dollar a day for continuous wear contacts,” and “the overall average price of LASIK had risen to $1,710.”
So what are you waiting for? Start now with this list of multilevel goals:
Goal 1: Prevent further deterioration of your vision and reduce your dependency on glasses or contacts. This can be done in the first few days of the program using our simple techniques.
Goal 2: Improve your vision to a desired level, including not using your glasses at all, which is a very reasonable expectation for many.
Goal 3: Maintain your visual improvement by doing the exercises between 20 and 40 minutes (or 1 to 2 days) per week for the first few months.
Goal 4: Perform a session once or twice per month on an as- required basis to keep your vision stable.
Get started with the Rebuild Your Vision Program. It offers clear goals and dramatic vision improvement. While you’ll still have to save for that cruise, the turquoise water, lush green foliage, and azure skies of the Caribbean will never have looked so good.