Put Away Your Wallet.  Improving your eyesight doesn’t have to cost a thing.  All you need is a modicum of intelligence, a bit of persistence, some curiosity, a little open-mindedness, and get ready to spend some time investigating, learning, and trying things out *(site content guide).  

On this page, some of the most recent first-hand improvement accounts from student readers, who used just the blog (not the famed and elusive BackTo20/20 program).  Read, learn, find your own inspiration.

Reader Mail: A Whole Lot Of 20/20 Gains

We get a lot of e-mails, with improvement reports and thumbs up on the endmyopia process.  I want to post every single e-mail of righteous gains individually.   Each is well worthy of its own post, celebrate the effort and results.   Too many though and we'd be here forever posting them all.  So today here is an update post on the improvement e-mails from the last couple days.  Read them all, they all should be offering bits of insight [...]

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Teddy: From -3.00 To 20/20 Without Glasses

Here's a type of question we get regularly: "Hey Jake.  I see lots of people's improvement stories, but what about getting back to actual 20/20?"  Valid inquiry, this. Here's what happens, for some perspective.  A large majority of the many progress reports are all about work in progress.   Diopters reduced, 20/20 gains made.  Consider that a person may have dozens of great improvement milestones, but only one final 20/20 story.   So you get a lot more progress reports, than [...]

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Jakey Didn’t Drown (& Will, From -6.50 To -3.50)

The title, part a myopia success story.   Will went to Gainesville, came back with all the 20/20 gains.   He started with high myopia at -6.50 D and reduced it to almost half that, at just -3.50 D.  Just another success story.   But wait. Let have a quick story time.  Jake vs. the ocean. Jakey's been learning to kitesurf.  Sport involving the ocean and a board, like a snowboard of sorts, and a big kite that pulls you as [...]

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Michael: Endmyopia Skeptic, 3 Month Update

Blind faith is a liability. And skepticism is healthy.  It keeps you out of all sorts of potential trouble.  And on the flipside while many unicorn farmers love endmyopia, they also love everything else.  So I have to talk them out of putting things in their eyes, and squeezing their eyes, and all sorts of things they keep digging up online.   Like a kid always on the way with the fingers in the light socket. I like the skeptics. [...]

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Endmyopia: The (Bad, So Bad!) Reviews

It's easy to self-promote endlessly.  Especially if you're part of endmyopia.  Because we're rather modestly awe inspiringly awesome and also it seems like every day there are more improvement reports.  And even impartial and from sites that we don't control, like Facebook.  Lots and lots of stories of darlings making all sorts of 20/20 gains. But that's not what this post is about. This here is for you, looking for the bad news.  The catch.  The fine print clause that says [...]

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Carole Shares: -10.00 D Reduced To -6.00 D

First, yes.  A little click-baiting, that title. Carole did the first three diopters without the help of endmyopia.  That would seem both heretical and implausible, a case of worshipping false gods and still reporting answered prayers.  Smiteth, thee!   But we'll let that slide (and graciously take credit via the post title). Here's Carole's improvement report post in our Facebook group: Nice progress. Almost cut in half, that myopia. High myopia is a gateway to all sorts of really problematic conditions [...]

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