What is Nearsightedness or Myopia?
Myopia Symptoms and Signs
People with myopia have difficulty reading road signs and seeing distant objects clearly. However close-up vision is good and reading, working at the computer and other close-up tasks is a breeze.
Other signs of nearsightedness include squinting, eye-strain and headaches. Sometimes feeling fatigued after driving or recreational activities where focus is needed is often part of the myopia symptoms.
What Causes Myopia?
Myopia occurs when the eyeball is too long, relative to the focusing power of the cornea and lens of the eye. Light rays focus at a point in front of the retina rather than directly on its surface.
Nearsightedness also occurs when the cornea and / or lens is too curved relative to the length of the eyeball.
Typically, myopia starts in childhood and the risk is higher if the parents are nearsighted. Generally, nearsightedness stabilizes in early adulthood although it may progress with age.
A Natural Method to Improve Farsightedness
Usually nearsightedness is corrected with glasses, contact lenses or refractive surgery. If the myopia is severe you may need to wear glasses or contact lenses all the time or only while driving or watching a show.
The Aviator Style Pinhole Glasses are for anyone with weakened nearsighted vision. If you have blurry vision, find yourself squinting to see distance objects, using the Aviator Style
Pinhole Glasses provides a natural solution for myopia.
Vision is a major link between the outside world and the brain. Much of our experience enters visually through the eyes and its an important factor in how we relate to the world around us and how we interact within it.
Using Pinhole Glasses to improve vision is not a recent discovery. In fact, its roots goes back in history where the same principles were used successfully then as they are today
The Indian yogi, Pantanjali devised techniques to tone and condition the extra-ocular muscle more than 2,000 years ago. Also, the 7th century Greek physician Paulus Aeginta used a mask which had eye holes in it forcing the crossed eye to straighten out.
Vision Training Using Pinhole Glasses
We may not think about it however vision is more than just opening and shutting the eyes. Vision comprises more than ten different functions. The most common are:
1. Accommodation — the ability of the eyes to bring the eyes inward when looking at close objects.
2. Convergence — the ability to bring the eyes inward when looking at objects.
3. Divergence — the ability of the eyes to go outward when looking from far to near.
4. Version — the ability of the eyes to look and follow objects in all directions.
5. Stereopsis — the ability to judge the relative distance of objects and to see in three dimensions.
6. Saccades — the ability to quickly look from one object to another.
The Natural Eyes Vision Training Kit (Aviator Style for Nearsightedness) contains one set of Vision Training Pinhole Glasses and instruction booklet with easy to follow eye exercises.
Typically when eyesight begins to deteriorate a prescription for corrective lens is written. This doesn’t allow the person to reverse the condition and as time passes stronger glasses are required. However, it doesn’t occur to people they can “correct” their vision using natural methods. Who says you can’t improve your vision? The difference is, by using Pinhole Glasses and doing eye exercises daily, natural eyesight is improved and restored.
95% of first time users will write me in disbelief they are able to notice results immediately while wearing the Pinhole Glasses. As a reminder, long lasting results occur when the Pinhole Glasses are used daily.
The Natural Eyes Vision Training Kit is a tool for anyone with weakened vision or is using a corrective lens as an aid, such as glasses, contact lenses, etc., and wants to improve their vision.
The rest is up to you!
Please note Pinhole glasses are not recommended for driving and should only be used as training tools in a safe environment.