Reason for Defective Eyesight


7 Common Things That Rapidly Deteriorate Your Vision


I hope this information proves to be as valuable to you as it has to thousands of others. As another free gift to you, I've included one of the "7 Essential Vision Improvement Techniques" that's in the Rebuild Your Vision program(natural vision programme). These 7 techniques or natural vision improvement exercises are simple yet incredibly powerful ways that you can help save your eyesight from further deterioration!


#1: Wearing Glasses or Contacts


Minus lenses are the most common approach, yet the least likely to prevent further myopic (nearsighted) progression. Unfortunately, they increase the near-point stress that is associated with progression.


Some highly respected doctors have stated the following about the continued use of glasses and contacts:


"The emphasis on compensatory lenses has posed a problem for many years in our examinations. These lenses do not correct anything and may not serve the patient in his best interests over a period of time." -CJ. Forkiortis, OEP Curriculum


"Single-vision minus lenses for full-time use produces accommodative insufficiency associated with additional symptoms until the patient gets used to the lens. This is usually accompanied by a further increase in myopia and the cycle begins anew." -M.H. Birnbaum, Review of Optometry.



Now, glasses are a great fix for many people, but the fact is they are crutch. Glasses do not repair your vision but natural vision improvemenet exercises does. They simply put a band-aid over the condition. Have you ever gone in for an eye-exam and had the doctor say: "great news, your vision improved another 2 diopters. Looks like you need a lower prescription." I didn't think so! Glasses are a "prescription," and like any prescription drug, they can be abused. You must learn how to use your glasses as a tool to help rehabilitate your eyesight, rather than continue to contribute to its deterioration.


#2: Reading


Reading a book, newspaper, or anything up close can make your vision permanently worse! But these could be avoided through the practice of natural vision improvement exercises. "Myopia" or nearsightedness (the inability to see distant objects clearly) now affects more than 30% of the Indian population. .


The leading cause of its progression: "Near-Point Stress" - a condition that's highly preventable.


Although most of the time you don't feel the damage being done, I'm sure you've felt near point stress. It's the pain and discomfort in your eyes after hours of reading, studying, or any prolonged close vision activity.


The American Optometric Association defines the cause of nearsightedness as follows:


"There is also growing evidence that nearsightedness may be caused by the stress of too much close vision work. It normally first occurs in school age children. Since the eye continues to grow during childhood, nearsightedness generally develops before age 20..." -American Optometric Association


. Think about everyone you know that wears glasses or contacts (for distance vision). These people very likely:


1) Are educated (lots of studying = near point stress).
2) Have a job that requires a lot of time on the computer (another near point stress).
Or, may simply be intently focused individuals who engage themselves in a project, book, or video game for hours upon hours without ever looking up. (Any prolonged near point activity can cause near point stress).
Close vision work is now a part of our daily lives. We cannot change that.


You simply need to learn how to do close vision work properly - something most! people will never bother to do.


#3: Aging


This is as inevitable as the sun rising in the morning. You can't stop aging, but you can prevent the negative (and sometimes downright cruel!) effects that it causes through natural vision improvement exercises.


When you age, the internal components of your eye become stiff and rigid, losing their flexibility. These components are responsible for focusing the images that enter your eye.


Because they become stiff and rigid, they cannot fully focus as they did when you were younger. Suddenly everything within an arm's length becomes blurry and you're rewarded with your first pair of reading glasses. The bad news is it only gets worse with time!


The good news is you can do something to prevent it and improve upon it with the practice of natural vision improvement exercises.


What would you do if the muscles in your legs became so stiff that you couldn't walk or run?


You would stretch them of course!


The same principle applies to the components inside your eye. All they need is to regain the flexibility they once had. This is easily achieved through specially designed optical exercises or natural vision improvement exercises that are actually pretty fun and very easy to do!


#4: Using the Computer


Computer Vision Syndrome is reported to affect 50% - 90% of all computer users. Its symptoms include:




Focusing Difficulties


Burning Eyes


Tired Eyes


General Eyestrain


Aching Eyes


Dry Eyes


Double Vision


Blurred Vision


Light Sensitivity


Neck and Shoulder Pain


prolonged computer use without incorporating some simple viewing habits into your life can cause permanent damage to your distant vision.


Every hour you spend on the computer can contribute to vision loss. Computer use causes "near-point stress," and the permanent effects of it. Not to mention many other things such as decreased blink rates and insufficient tear flow which leads to dry, burning eyes.


Protect Yourself From Vision Loss Caused By Computer Use With:


"The 10-10-10 Rule"


Here we reveal to you one example of a simple way you can reduce near point stress associated with reading, watching television, and computer use. This rule could save your eyesight from ever deteriorating again!


Every time you are performing close vision work for over 10 consecutive minutes, look up and focus on anything that is at least 10 feet away, for at least 10 seconds. 10-10-10... Incorporate this technique into everything you do up close. This will allow your internal "ciliary muscle" to expand for a few seconds and relieve the near-point stress. This technique or natural vision improvement exercises, along with a few more simple ones just like it will help to save your vision for years to come!


#5: Lack of Proper Nutrients


Proper nutrients are essential to a healthy, long life. Just the same, your eyes require certain nutrients to maintain clear eyesight and proper operation.


Essential Nutrient #: Vitamin A


Vitamin A is absolutely essential for eye and vision health. In our bodies, vitamin A is required by the retina for its proper functions - in fact, one of the two sources of dietary vitamin A goes by the name "retinoids." The other source is carotenoids, obtained from fruits and vegetables containing yellow, orange, and dark green pigments, including that old standby, beta-carotene. When Mom told you to eat your carrots for good vision, she wasn't kidding!


Vitamin A is necessary for the production of rhodopsin, the visual pigment used in low light levels. One of the causes of night blindness is vitamin A deficiency; supplements of that vitamin are often recommended for those with poor night vision, along with a diet emphasizing Vitamin A-rich foods, such as sweet potatoes, carrots, mangoes, spinach, and cantaloupe. Vitamin A also helps:


  • Your eyes adjust to light changes
  • Moistens the eyes, which can enhance visual acuity
  • It has been shown to prevent the forming of cataracts
  • It has been shown to help prevent blindness from macular degeneration.


Essential Nutrient #: Vitamin C


Vitamin C's importance as an antioxidant cannot be overstated. The Web site All About Vision even calls this vitamin the "Vision Superhero"!


Vitamin C has been linked to the prevention of cataracts - one study has shown that taking 300 to 600 mg supplemental vitamin C reduced cataract risk by 70 percent - the delay of macular degeneration, and eye pressure reduction in glaucoma patients.


It's an interesting fact that, while most animals produce their own vitamin C, we humans do not have that ability. In addition, we can't store this vitamin in our bodies for very long, so it needs to be constantly replenished to obtain its benefits. Most of us think of orange juice as the quintessential source of vitamin C, but many vegetables are actually even richer sources: chili peppers, sweet peppers, kale, parsley, collard, and turnip greens are full of vitamin C, as are broccoli, Brussels sprouts, watercress, cauliflower, cabbage, and strawberries.


Essential Nutrient #: Vitamin E


Because of its antioxidant action, vitamin E helps protect against cataracts and age-related macular degeneration. A clinical study has showed that taking vitamin E can cut the risk of developing cataracts in half. Another study also showed that the combination of vitamins C and E had a protective effect against UV rays. Symptoms of vitamin E deficiency include muscle weakness, loss of muscle mass, abnormal eye movements, and impaired vision.


Uveitis, an inflammation of the middle layer (uvea) of the eye, is another disorder for which the antioxidant vitamins C and E may be helpful. The uvea contains many of the blood vessels that nourish the eye; inflammation of this area can affect the cornea, the retina, the sclera, and other important parts of the eye.


The richest source of vitamin E is wheat germ. Dark green leafy vegetables (such as spinach, kale, and collard greens), sweet potatoes, avocado, asparagus, and yams are also good sources of vitamin E.


Essential Nutrient #17: Zinc


Our eyes actually contain the greatest concentration of zinc in our body. This essential element is required for the conversion of beta-carotene into vitamin A. Oysters contains more zinc per serving than any other food, but red meat and poultry provide the majority of zinc in the American diet.


17 of the vitamins, minerals, and herbal supplements that are essential to healthy vision, but these nutrients are a "grade 2a pharmaceutical" which means your body can process and use these nutrients more effectively.


#6: Squinting or Straining to See


Internal muscular stresses put upon your visual system are a major cause of vision problems. Have you ever tried to read in dim light or tried to see something very small by squinting your eyes? These simple viewing habits create a stress upon your eyes that can cause tension, headaches and irritated eyes. Just a few specially designed optical exercises or natural vision improvement exercises and relaxation techniques can relieve visual stress, relax the internal components of your eye, and strengthen the muscles responsible for focusing.


#7: Not Exercising Your Eyes


Just like your body, your eyes can be strengthened through natural vision improvement exercises. Specially designed optical exercises can reverse the cycle of deterioration your eyes experience everyday, and dramatically improve the clarity of your vision. Here's how they work:


1. Due to many stresses put upon the visual system, the use of glasses and contacts, and the natural aging process, your eyes can become weak and distorted, causing blurred vision.


2. The natural Vision Program or natural vision improvement exercises is designed to strengthen and relax your eyes just as you would any other weak part of your body, improving your vision and helping you to see clearly -- naturally.


3. This is easily achieved through a specific series of optical drills and eye exercises that done for 25 minutes a day stimulates integral components of the eye in a manner that would never be achieved through normal daily use.


4. Within just a few weeks, even days, you'll start to notice improvements in your vision and your eyes will feel stronger. Things will begin to appear much crisper and sharper.


5. Depending upon how bad your vision problems are it may take just one month or it may take many months to achieve your vision improvement goals.


6. Once you've achieved your goals you can perform the exercises a couple times a month to maintain your improvements.


Improve your reading and close up vision that you've lost as you've gotten older with the help of natural vision improvement exercises.


Save you thousands of rupees on stronger glasses or contacts every year.


Improve your distance vision.


Prevent further vision loss year after year.


Reduce or eliminate the need for glasses and contacts.


While the 10/10/10 rule and the information contained in this report are a good start to help you take care of your eyesight, it will not reverse the cycle of deterioration your eyesight is now experiencing. If you don't take action to improve your eyesight through natural vision improvement exercises - it's only going to get worse. You can stop the cycle of eyesight deterioration without glasses, surgery, or contacts by using special eye exercises and eyesight improving techniques that work.