Vision Self- Healing

Vision Self- HealingClick Image To Visit SiteFrom the desk of: Stephen Lau Subject: Vision Self-Healing Self-Help Dear friend: Hi! Welcome to this page! There might be four reasons why you are here:

Maybe you are interested in natural self-healing. Maybe you have been to my website: Self-Healing Self-Help, and that’s why you have landed on this page.

Maybe you have some eye problems, such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, or some age-related eye disorders, and you would like to get some information on how to heal them naturally.

Maybe you are just tired of wearing eyeglasses or contact lenses, and you would like to improve your vision, or even want to throw them away for good!

Maybe you have heard of Dr. William Bates (1860 – 1931), and his revolutionary method of natural vision improvement, and you are wondering if the well-known The Bates Method is only pseudo medicine or a miracle of vision improvement.

But for whatever reason or reasons, you have come to the right place. And you have the right attitude!

I can’t blame you: after all, vision is one of your best assets in life! To protect that invaluable asset, you must take some measures, and there are a number of factors you must also take into consideration when you go about vision improvement:

For vision healing, follow the expert, and there is but one expert: Dr. William Bates, the founder of natural vision improvement! For more than a century, all natural vision improvement books, programs, and products available on the market are ALL based on his innovative ideas and theories, and, of course, with some additions, adaptations, and variations. So, if you would like to go for natural vision improvement, there is only one method to go by: The Bates Method! What is The Bates Method? The Bates Method is the simplest and the most natural method to improve vision and to protect the eye. Here is a simple explanation of The Bates Method for the layman:

The eye changes its shape constantly because the eye conditions and the environment surrounding the eye are also constantly changing.

When the eye changes its shape, it also changes the shape of its lens, and a distorted lens accounts for the refractive error (e.g. nearsightedness and farsightedness).

Good vision is based on how effective and efficient is the eye in adapting and accommodating itself to these constant changes.

Wearing glasses or contacts impairs vision, because it deprives you of your natural eye accommodation, which is the ability to adapt itself to constant changes. To illustrate, you naturally take off your sunglasses when you go indoors; wearing corrective lenses is like "forcing" yourself to put on your sunglasses even when you go indoors and the light is dim — in this way, you strain your eyes unknowingly, and hence the refractive error continues.

To correct vision, removing glasses or contacts is a must because wearing them only further damages vision.

The apparent catch-22 situation: wearing glasses or contacts… Read more…

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