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Thomas coupling, have you read the book , or even attmeped to go on the site and read the free sample pages? I guess, not.
It tells you to change your habits, and about a number of easy eye excercises that strenghen the eye muscles. There is a lot we can do ourselves without having to shell mega bucks on Ophthalmologists and Optometrists. It's based on the common motto of ' prevention is better than cure'. I managed to have a near miss of a lifetime of contacts and glasses ( so far at least) , thanks to some sensible lifestyle changes adopted after reading this book.
When I read, "please help me as to how to improve my vision and restore it to 20/20 without glasses. any help would be much appreciated" from DILANO7, I felt that he could benefit from the book which would not cost him more than AUD20 as opposed to or along with the obvious (and fairly dearer) step that he will any way take of visiting an eye doctor. And my experience with them has not been an entirely positive one - Took a cheap eye drop for the floaters, that suddenly appeared in one of my eyes, for 3 months and paid 40 times the cost of the eye drop to the doc (need I mention that I have not seen that doc ever again after those 2 visits). A few weeks after that, another Optometrist, served me the ultimate sentence - weak vision= glasses. I came back home and spoke to a friend who told me abt this book.
I am still without glasses and acc to the recent medical , the vision is normal. Anyway, I do believe that home remedies can be of great help and sometimes the only help.
By the way, DILANO7, if you are in Sri Lanka, you could probably find that book for abt Rs.100-150 , perhaps cheaper in a second hand store.
Last edited by Detour; 18th May 2003 at 10:08.