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. No need to turn to corrective lenses (like eye glasses and contact lenses) or even resort to invasive surgeries. The Rebuild Your Vision blog is full of articles that provide you with natural alternatives to vision restoration.

Can Dark Therapy Rebuild Vision?

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Can you believe that sitting in a dark room for several days could improve your vision? It seems a little crazy, but some researchers in Canada have found that it may just work! Although it seems illogical to some, many experts are saying, “Of course!” In complete darkness, your eyes will be resting much more […]

Your Child and Myopia

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More and more children are being diagnosed with myopia, or nearsightedness, every year. Many people are wondering why there has been such an increase in the number of children who are nearsighted. In addition, there are questions as to what exactly causes nearsightedness in children and what the long-term risks are. What about the children […]

Experts Say Blue Light Blocking Glasses Don’t Work: Here’s Why

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It’s no secret that the blue light emitting from our favorite digital devices harms our eyes and well-being. We always encourage people to protect their eyes the best they can from digital devices. However, sometimes we do things that we think are protecting our eyes but, in reality, are doing the opposite. There are a […]

Black Eyes: A Bruise or Serious Eye Injury?

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Black eyes are never a sign of anything good. Anything that can cause physical injury to the eyes can potentially cause a black eye. It can happen by getting hit by various sporting equipment, like a ball, a stick, someone’s shoulder. Or it can simply happen to children playing a little too roughly. Some black […]

Congenital Cataracts: Yes, Babies Can Have Cataracts Too

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When you hear the word ‘cataracts’, it’s pretty common to think of seniors. However, babies can also have cataracts; in infants, it’s called congenital cataracts. Out of every 10,000 babies born in developing countries, one to three are diagnosed with cataracts. In the U.S., cataracts occur in three to four babies per 10,000. Congenital cataracts […]

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 […]

How Vision Problems Can Impact Your Child’s Social Development

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We spend a lot of time at Rebuild Your Vision talking about the effects that poor vision can have on the day-to-day lives of older people. Presbyopia, glaucoma, cataracts, and AMD all are extremely common and severe eye disorders. They are much more likely to affect silver citizens than they are children. Sometimes though, visual […]

Baby Vision Development: Protecting Eye Health from Infancy

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Eye health is important in every stage of life, even in infancy. There is no way for a baby to know when there is something wrong with their eyes. Heck, even some adults can’t recognize the signs. As parents, it’s up to you to know the phases of baby vision development. And, how to take care […]

Why Aren’t You Getting Your Child’s Eyes Examined?

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If you haven’t yet had your child’s eyes examined, you’re not alone. Many parents are unsure when their children need to start getting eye exams. Although 75 percent take their children to the dentist before the school year starts, only 50 percent also take them to the eye doctor. Many are on the ball when […]

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