• shamwowsnellen

A Mind Bending Premise: 20/20 Could Bad News For Your Eye Health

Bad news is a matter of context.  But think about this:  how many people do you know who ever got better after they went to the temple of the 20/20 worship?

The thing is, what you are being told by the optometrist, the whole story about 20/20, is a fairly gigantic fallacy when it comes to the realities of your eyesight.  

Yes, sure.  You can get glasses to let you see 20/20.  Or 20/10.  Or 20/8.  But ... is that good for you?

If you want to [...]

By |April 25th, 2015|Categories: Vision Health|
  • noeyeexammyopia

Shannon’s First Week: -9.00 Lowered To -7.50

Shannon kindly took the time to post an update in the forum:

My job is that I make online courses for universities, so I love self-directed learning. I would say that so far the course has been a completely transformative learning experience for me because I didn’t know that myopia rehab was a possibility at all. It’s like being in a wheelchair, being told you’ll only get worse, and that you have no control over your condition due to genetics, and then being told you [...]

By |April 24th, 2015|Categories: Client Reviews|
  • sarasprogress

Sara’s Progress: -5.50 to -3.25

Sara posts her latest update in the forum:

Thought I’d post a brief update as I have a sense that the end of my plateau might be around the corner.

A week and a half ago I realized that I was starving my body. I felt exhausted and could barely move. Then I started fueling myself again, and miraculously, I started feeling normal within a few days. Now I’m following more of an “intuitive eating” philosophy. I posted about it on my new blog:


By |April 23rd, 2015|Categories: Client Reviews|
  • raquetball-eyesight

Your Favorite Vision Stimulating Activities

Steve posts in the forum:

I’ve been working on rehabilitating my vision for a bit over a year now. I’ve changed or adopted many habits since starting to try to maximize my gains. Mostly avoiding close-up activities and wearing excessive prescriptions when not needed are a given. Others include going for walks outside with little/no prescription usage to work on peripheral awareness, fusing double-vision, etc.

There is one activity in particular that I feel has really helped me though. 


While I [...]

By |April 22nd, 2015|Categories: Vision Health|
  • booksamplesopto

Behind The Scenes: Books Coming

Neha:  "Do you think people hate the site?  I write all these posts and it's just an odd process in my mind.  I have no idea what people think.  There's no feedback, like talking to a person."

Me:  "Yea, they probably do.  Except I like your articles.  I bet readers do, too.  If you write them all and I just keep quiet, things will probably turn out great."

Neha:  "I'll only keep writing blog posts if you get those book guides up on Amazon."


By |April 21st, 2015|Categories: #endmyopia project News|
  • youdontwant208

Headaches & Depression: Why You Don’t Want 20/8 Vision

Shannon posts in the forum:

I just wanted to send you my deepest gratitude for helping me with all of this! I think I was grossly overprescribed because I can see like a hawk now, and I could never see this well before with my strong prescription. I was actually prescribed -8.5 and -7.5 contacts which is totally wrong. It’s literally a magical experience being able to see again. So I just wanted to thank you!

There is a whole thread related to that post, here.

Overprescription [...]

By |April 20th, 2015|Categories: Vision Health|