High Success Rate Methods To

Improve Your Eyesight

Learn How Stimulus & Strain Can

Create Or Reduce Myopia

... and reduce your dependence
on corrective lenses.


High Success Rate Methods To

Improve Your Eyesight

Learn How Stimulus & Strain Can

Create Or Reduce Myopia

... and get your eyesight
back to 20/20.


Myopia 101

The quick primer on how your eyes actually work, and why your eyesight might seem blurry today.

Your eyes aren't broken.

If you're not quite familiar with eyesight yet, this is a good place to start. Don't blindly trust anyone about your vision. This, the eyesight 101.

Let's do 101.

Meet Jake

Want treatment for an illness? Go find a doctor. Want to learn about health? You need a teacher.

Your eyesight health guide.

There are certain eccentricities that come with the territory. Accept that and enjoy a decade of experience, insights, tips, and how-to guides.

Let's meet Jake.

The Science

Your eyes are not broken. Myopia is not a genetic illness. Explore research science from the past 50 years.

Warning: Hardcore Science!

This is the hardcore science section. Straight into studies and academia lingo. You'll want to explore here for the "raw materials" of Jake's method.

Take me to the studies.

Science, Myopia Recovery Stories, How-To's:  The Daily Blog

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You Can’t Force The Clear Flash

By |November 26th, 2015|

I struggle with the blog articles sometimes, and even with the sessions in BackTo20/20.  Some things I really want to convey, just don't seem to quite make it. It's one part of the reason I want [...]

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Explained: The Diopter Bubble

By |November 25th, 2015|

Ever hear of the anti-vaxxers?  Of course you have. Just like the anti-vaccine contingent, there's an anti-glasses fan club on the Internets.  Now I'm not here to judge anyone (or just everyone equally).  I can't [...]

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Improving Your Eyesight: An Emotional Journey

By |November 24th, 2015|

Eyesight exercises don't work.  If we ever start a swag shop, that'll be on the first t-shirt. What does work, is habits.  And where there are habits, and change, and challenge, there's emotion.  It's something [...]

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Optometrist Says No To Toxic Astigmatism

By |November 23rd, 2015|

You know my position on prescription complexity. No bueno.  Ratio of diopters between left and right eye way out of control, all sorts of astigmatism correction, different for each eye, also with varying ratios and [...]

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Charts & Graphs Of Your Progress

By |November 21st, 2015|

There's a fun thread in the forum right now, "Introduction & 7 Day Observations". Lots of insights coming together there to help Julia with her initial impressions and questions.  Unfortunately you can only see it, [...]

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Three Stories

By |November 20th, 2015|

I send out a "how's it going" e-mail periodically.  The responses, often really worth the read.  Struggle, success, questions, random commentary, I'm a little addicted to the whole thing. Let's peak at three of them, today. [...]

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Sensitive Eyes? Careful With Cheap Glasses

By |November 16th, 2015|

One of the posts today in the forum reminds me about the topic of lens quality. Whenever I have (not Internet) students with high myopia or generally sensitive eyes, I usually send them to one [...]

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Bi-Focal Contact Lenses For Myopia Control

By |November 15th, 2015|

It would appear (to the jaded and cynical) that there is an unspoken rule in mainstream optometry diagnosis / treatment.  This rule is simple:  Anything goes, as long as a patented / branded product is [...]

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Q&A #17: Equalizing Low Myopia

By |November 14th, 2015|

Cutting it close today, on the daily blog. 10:13PM, just getting home, have to get this up so you get the daily dose of all the things.  Since I don't quite have the energy left [...]

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Can Axial Length Be Reduced For Less Myopia?

By |November 13th, 2015|

Today is hardcore science day. If you're somewhat curious about the science behind myopia, this one might be worth a read.  This is actually really very important (if not the most important) bit of scientific [...]

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A Must-Read Progress Update (Jon & Optometrist)

By |November 12th, 2015|

Jon just posted his latest progress report in the forum. If you've been following Jon (here, here, and here) you already know that he has a thing for very detailed charts, independent verification, and putting [...]

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A Secret About Rapidly Improving Eyesight

By |November 11th, 2015|

Today's been another really interesting day in the support forum. Good questions, good comments, and I've just spent over an hour writing explanations and suggestions and tips.  I wonder how much of that gets forever [...]

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William: 50% Improvement In 6 Months

By |November 10th, 2015|

Lots of interesting stories and commentary in the forum, today. Quick aside:  I've been doing screenshots instead of text copy/paste lately just because it somehow feels more authentic (but then also slightly more blurry, ironically). [...]

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Christian’s Last Diopter! From -1.25 To -1.00

By |November 9th, 2015|

Let's catch up on some more of the progress updates today. If you have forum access, it's really sometimes quite handy to click on the person's name next to a post you find intriguing.  You [...]

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Cadence Progress Report: From -10.00 Down to -7.50 (In A Year)

By |November 8th, 2015|

There's a backlog of progress updates from the forum, and encouraging e-mails.  A backlog!  Love it.  :-) Very awesome  to read that many of you are benefitting from the blog and BackTo20/20.  Even more awesome (and [...]

Ready To Get Your Eyesight Back?

Glasses make hundreds of billions (!) of dollars for lens manufacturers every year.  Optometrists are happy to profit and most consumers prefer a quick fix, over actually healthy eyes.  

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