[Shtoom] Dr William Boothe - Use Natural Vision Correction To Improve Your Eyesight
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Fri Aug 24 17:09:54 CEST 2007
When you think about improving your eyesight, natural therapies are not
usually the first thing that occurs to you. Most people make an appointment
with their eye doctor, and resign themselves to the fact that they will be
buying new glasses, contact lenses, or maybe even the dreaded bifocals.
Your eyes, like any other part of your body, can be strengthened and
protected by exercise. Your ophthalmologist probably doesn't advocate this,
but since about 1910, a small group of physicians and eye care professionals
have been researching and advocating natural vision correction through a
system of eye exercises.
Dr. William H Bates was one of the leading crusaders for eyesight
improvement by natural methods. He was one of the original physicians who
believed there was more to vision than the actual physical act of seeing. He
believed that vision was a mind/body process that interpreted visual
information. Unfortunately, for Dr. Bates, he was about seventy years ahead
of his time. In his era of medicine, physicians considered the mind and body
to be completely separate, with no interaction.
In the 1940's, Dr. Bates published his findings. He believed that eyesight
problems were the result of the eye muscles straining to see. He developed
simple stress relieving eye exercises that improved eyesight and allowed
people to get rid of their glasses for good.
Over the decades, various physicians and eye doctors studied and improved on
the Bates method of natural vision correction. A small grass roots group of
these doctors remains to advocate for natural methods of improving eyesight.
Today's vision improvement exercises are used to correct many types of
vision problems, including lazy eye (amblyopia), crossed eyes (strabismus),
near or far sightedness, and ageing vision.
There are currently over two hundred different eye exercises available to
treat a variety of vision problems. Most are simple, and easily fit into
your daily routine. Here is one to try if you spend a lot of time on the
computer. Tack the front page of the newspaper to a wall, about eight feet
away from your monitor. Every ten to fifteen minutes, glance up at the
newspaper, focus on the headline, the sub-heads, pictures, and smaller type.
This will minimize the blurry vision you have at the end of the day, by
giving your distance vision a chance to work at regular intervals during the
Natural eye exercises are not the total solution, but they can help you
preserve the vision you have, delay the need for bifocals, and save you
money on frequently changing eye glass prescriptions.
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Dr William Boothe
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