I know, I know, I know… You’re busy! But people often ask how they can get more improvement with eye exercises and natural vision improvement, so in today’s post I thought I would give you some quick pointers on how to get the best results for your vision.
As with most good advice, this tip seems obvious once you hear it. That doesn’t make it less important, it just means you have to be more aware if this is something you struggle with. Because this turns out to be the number one reason people don’t have success with any sort of program that requires a bit of discipline. You start off excited and willing to do anything, but after a week or so, you find yourself slipping back into old habits, and don’t end up with the progress you were hoping for.
Fortunately the solution is simple – you just have to do it!
Like anything, consistency is the name of the game to achieve true success. Set aside those hard-to-find 25 minutes just for yourself. Lock yourself in your office on your lunch break. Set your alarm a few minutes earlier.
“I just want to express my thanks and utter bewilderment. Starting 2 years ago my eyesight began to drop dramatically. I had to get new glasses every 6 months or so (nearsighted). My doctor said if my eyes continued to deteriorate at the current rate I’d be blind in 3 years. Luckily, I found the Rebuild Your Vision Program. At first, I really didn’t believe such a miracle could happen, and it sounded so simple. So it is, within 30 days my right eye improved from 20/345 to 20/220 (115 feet), and left eye from 20/380 to 20/260 (120 feet)! Only 25 minutes a day, no risk and not a high cost. This is truly amazing! Thanks again.”
- Robin Tang, Norfolk, VA
Another customer shared his story of success while doing his exercises every time he sat on the commode! Hey, whatever works!
“Last November I did the program for 25-35 minutes a day for a full 30 days. While doing the exercises my family laughed at me. They especially got a kick out of the Eyes Wide Open exercise when I expelled my breath suddenly over the repeated discourse. I started seeing an improvement in my vision after a couple weeks. My vision was an awful 20/400. I went to the Optometrist to see how much I improved. She said ‘your eyes got a lot better’ and asked me what I did. She didn’t have much else to say after that except that ‘your vision is now 20/200.’ I only wish I would have known about this technique 10 years ago before my vision got so bad!”
- Roger Sigler, Katy, TX
I share Robin’s and Roger’s stories because they share an important quality – they both found a way to commit to their goal, and be consistent about it. No worthwhile solution is ever easy, and eye exercises are no exception. You have to commit 20 minutes a day for the first month, but if you do, the results can be amazing!
Relax Your Eyes
Yes, it’s important to find time to just relax in your life, as we perform everything better when we’re not stressed out.
But my second tip today is less about the mental, and more about something simple you can do physically to improve your results. Here’s an advanced relaxation technique to incorporate into your daily Rebuild Your Vision sessions that has worked wonders for many people…
While performing the “warm washcloth” technique as described in the program, alternate the warm washcloth with a cold washcloth.
For example, use the warm washcloth for 3-4 minutes, then apply the cold washcloth, back to the warm, and so on. You may need to run the warm washcloth up a few times as it cools.
It works great to get the blood moving and to relieve your eyes of stress and strain.
Best of all, it’s very enjoyable!
What’s Your Motivation?
I recently saw an article about a North Dakota art professor who went around delivering free coffee mugs he had made to the residents of two villages, one in his home state and one in Nebraska.
The goal of the project was to see whether or not people would use the website he left attached on a label to each mug where the recipients could leave a note about what they thought of their new found gifts.
A lot of people ended up responding to Michael Strand, and that got me to thinking about how people who are looking to rebuild their vision can try different strategies to keep their motivation.
For example, Strand focused on the idea of a small town community where everyone knows each other and supports each other in their hobbies. When making a change in your life, whether it’s a new diet, exercise program, or quitting smoking, it’s important to have a support system in place to help you achieve your goals.
That doesn’t mean you have to join some fancy vision support group, or go hang out at your optometrists office to find other people with poor vision for support.
Many times we can overlook the obvious support group, a community you already have in place: Your Family.
“My son very successfully used your program. After about 30 days of using your training he improved from 20/70 and 20/50 to 20/30 and 20/20.”
- Ralf Haug, Largo, FL
If there are still children and teens in the house, it can be a fight to try and get them to eat right. But if they are eating right to help Mom or Dad improve their vision, it becomes a different conversation. Having a common goal as a family can work wonders for your success. The same thing can happen if you decide to try out the Rebuild Your Vision Program with your spouse.
“I am thrilled with the program. I have seen such improvement in my vision. I can see my grandsons beautiful black eyelashes without my glasses, and today I read him three books with only the sunlight from the window, and no glasses on. Tonight when I watched television I could actually make out the faces. That hasn’t been that way for a long time. It almost seems too good to be true but I know this is not my imagination.”
- Debbie Miller, Oxford, KS
Doing things together can make the eye exercises found in my program a family activity, or one that couples can do. You can help yourself by making the choice to include your loved ones in your plans to help maintain your eyesight.
Hopefully you can use these three tips to help you, not just with using the Rebuild Your Vision Program, but with anything else you do in your life. Maintaining consistency in your training, finding time to relax, and building a support system to help you stay motivated are important pillars in your quest for new found vision health. I wish you the best in achieving your goals!