+0.50? -0.50? Rene’s Curious Astigmatism Correction Diagnosis

I hadn’t planned on writing today, but a post by Rene in the forum warrants a quick look:cm measurements: RE: 21,0 cm LE: 19,0 cmSnellen 20/20: RE: -4,75 LE: -5,25 Astigmatism test: RE: All lines look nearly the same. LE: 0°/10° lines look bold and grey. 90° line looks thin and black.Eye […]

End of 2014 Update

2014 is almost over, and the time is hopefully finding you with much better eyesight than when you first discovered this site.  I’m glad to be looking back and finding that everything is still here and functioning!  A few of the things worth noting:Course ParticipationWe had a pretty steady […]

Nate’s Progress: -6.75 to -3.25

Nate posts in the forum:A quick question about when to decrease normalized prescription.I started with a prescription of -6.75. I heard about myopia rehab at gettingstronger, and did it on my own for about 2 years. At the start of this year I had a trip to the optometrist, […]

Preventing & Reversing Child Myopia: Practical Considerations

Nate writes in the forum:I need some help with my 9 year old son. He has been complaining about not being able to see the chalkboard in school for about 6 months. I initially had him tested, and he tested at -1 diopter. I tried to teach him about […]

Preventing Myopia: Fix The Eye Killing Accommodative Error

Jake Steiner here, bringing you some more eyesight basics that the mainstream prefers not to tell you about.—Here we will take a quick look at how the premise of accommodation, and more specifically accommodative error play a fundamental role in how your myopia develops.  More importantly, we’ll look at […]

Robin’s -4.00 to -2.75: Improving Your Eyesight For Free

Jake Steiner here, your temporary blog host.  Everything is here in Alex’ blog for the motivated reader, to improve their vision.  You don’t need to spend money on the paid course, you can easily dig through the forum and blog, and impressively enough, it really is all here.  Props […]

Inge’s Mild Myopia: The Questionable Value Of A -2.00 Prescription

Greetings!  Jake here, your host for today.  Alex is on minimal duty this week and asked me to fill in on the blog.  Low hanging fruit is a recent post by Inge and Alex’ response to it.  It’s something I wish would receive far more attention, as it highlights […]

20/20 at -2.50: Paul’s Five Week Progress Report

Improving your vision – almost always a question of how much effort you are willing to put in for the first month or two.  With that being the case, it is encouraging to look at Paul’s figures for exactly how much he has improved in his first five weeks:I’ve […]