How I improved my eyesight with eye training
I improved myopia from -5 to -2.25 diopter - and it´s getting better!
Finally Rid Yourself of strong glasses or lenses
Are you struggling with thick lenses? Do you have to buy expensive dive masks with correction? Did you ever lost a contact lens during a dive and couldn´t see anything afterwards? I improved so far a myopia from -5 to -2.25 diopter using simple eye training!
Eye training to improve eyesight is a controversial method. Yet there are many people like myself who gave it a try - with surprising results!
Eye training is based on the idea that an imbalanced use of the eye muscles is causing a misshape of the eyeball. That leads to a change in the distance between lens and retina, hence we see out of focus. By training the eye muscles we regain the correct shape of the eyeball and improve our eyesight.
Eye training helps you in 3 ways:
Improve your eyesight
Depending on the type of visual impairment and frequency of your practice it can improve or even fully restore your eyesight!
Relax your eyes
Long working hours on a computer can cause headache and "tired eyes". With short breaks for a quick eye exercise you can avoid both.
Calm your mind
Focusing on the eye exercises has a calming effect. You relax your mind and body with self-awareness. It feels like "recharging your battery".
Okay, that sounds good, but will eye training really work for you? Here's how you can try it in just 3 steps:
- 1Step 1. Go to the website of the training program
The course is offered by a Chinese Qigong master, Teresa Yeung. On her website she explains the history of "Wu´s eye Qigong®". You also will find testimonials and references. click here
- 2Step 2. Join the course program
Master Teresa Yeung offers a 14-day money back guarantee. If you realize that it doesn´t work for you, just cancel your subscription within the 14 days and get a full refund!
- 3Step 3. Practice frequently
From my own experience I can tell you that it is very easy to integrate the exercises in your daily life. When I´m a long time in front of a monitor I make every few hours a 5-10 minutes break to practice. What are you waiting for?