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.

LASIK Eye Surgery Risks & Complications

Ever since LASIK became a viable option for improving eyesight without glasses or contact lenses in 1992, it seems like more and more people are opting to get surgery on their eyes instead of first exploring natural alternatives such as improved nutrition and eye vitamins. We have become a world that is more concerned with […]

Don’t Overlook Vitamins & Minerals for Eye Health

If your eyes are the windows to your soul, then think of vitamins and minerals as the frame that holds the glass panes in place for you. Without the proper support system that vitamins and minerals supply your eyes become empty boarded over opening. Vitamins and eye health go hand in hand, so if you […]

How Much Does LASIK Eye Surgery Cost?

A lot of folks are talking about LASIK surgery as a way to say goodbye to glasses forever. You may even have a few friends who swear by LASIK and are pushing you to hop aboard the LASIK train too… maybe you’ve even done some preliminary legwork and called up a doctor or two to […]

Improve Your Eyesight Naturally

If you suffer from poor vision, did you know that glasses and LASIK aren’t the only ways to see more clearly? There are many things you can start doing at home to sharpen your vision naturally. Remedies vary from adequate vitamin intake to exercises and even simple lifestyle changes. Let’s go over some of the basics […]

The Secret to Better Night Vision

Today I want to highlight some amazing information which could aid your vision and improve your night vision. As we age, the incidence of eye problems increases dramatically due to free-radical damage. Contributing factors include smoking, poor nutrition and exposure to ultraviolet light. You may be wondering at this point what exactly free-radicals are. Oxidation […]

Cataracts and Your Diet

Surely you’ve heard the saying, “you are what you eat.” Researchers at Oxford University in London have found that while we may not actually be what we eat, what we eat can have a profound effect on our vision. What the American Optometric Association Has to Say Over two million Americans have cataract surgery every […]

Protecting Your Eyes During the Winter

Many people think of sunglasses as something they only need to worry about in the hot summer months. When we wake up one morning and see the bright sunlight after a week of cloudy, snowy days the last thing we think of is grabbing our sunglasses. This is one habit that you should try to […]

The Lack of Sun – Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

In the Northern and Southern hemispheres, the lack of bright light in Winter can cause a condition known as seasonal affective disorder, or SAD. The symptoms of seasonal affective disorder are similar to those of many types of depression. SAD can bring feelings of misery, hopelessness and despair. Fatigue and lethargy can make every activity […]

Beneficial Foods That Could Help Your Eyesight

Wine anyone? For once one of our bad habits may actually be of benefit to our eyes. Red wine, taken in moderation, contains quercetin which is a strong antioxidant. You don’t drink? Apples, grapes, cherries, oranges, and onions also contain quercetin. Macular degeneration can be prevented or slowed by this extraordinary antioxidant. Consider adding a glass […]

10 Tips to Preserve Kids’ Vision in a High-Tech World

Fall conjures up cooling skies, tumbling leaves, and children settling into their classes. Chances are, though, when you packed the kids off to school last month, your supply list included more than just old-fashioned notebooks and pencils. Today’s teachers make full use of technology – including computers, digital devices, and even 3-D – to enhance […]

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