Improving Eyesight: The Free Endmyopia Guides 2017-02-07T03:35:05+00:00

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.

Angie Goes To Gainsville: NO MORE GLASSES*

No more glasses.  That, nice progress. There needs to be a little *.  Which is, no more glasses for close-up specifically.  An important milestone in the journey to being glasses-free, is no longer needing them to read up-close.  Which if you want to reminisce about the past, you used to not need in the first place.  Real quick, when did you start actually needing glasses for close-up? When your old-timey lens seller finally jacked up your "prescription" past two diopters, [...]

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Sylvia: -8.50 Reduced To -7.50 (In 18 Weeks)

Let's do another full diopter progress report today. Sylvia writes: Solid start. And here's the chart that Sylvia references: I love chart. You should always keep a log, especially when just getting started.  Measure frequently and later on when you're well into successful reductions, still do at least 1-2 measurements a month.  You'll want that graph to look at in times you're feeling not sure, progress seems slow, or you just need that extra bit of motivation. Keep track of [...]

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Debi: 9 Months Eye Pain Miraculously Gone! And 20/15 Vision

Time to catch up on awesome stories from endmyopia students. Here's Debi, posting in our Facebook group: Part of getting old, that's seriously what the professionally trained, licensed optometrist tells you?   People always tell me not to attack the establishment, and to just focus on what's possible with natural myopia control.  It's a little hard though when you read these so-called professional assessments, to not add a little gratuitous commentary on how various professional titles really don't prevent people from being idiots. See? [...]

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Reader Mailbag: -4.25 Diopters Eliminated, Optometrist Says “Myopia Reduction Possible”

Let's cover a few reader e-mails of great vision improvements (and one Facebook post) today.   As usual we get quite a few of these e-mails.  I try to post as many as I can, although the best thing is to be a member of our darling Facebook group where you'll get a lot more improvement reports, diopter discussions, and interesting Q&A threads. First one up, DeAnn's e-mail: 45 years of glasses! Nice part, DeAnn figured most of it out all on [...]

Almost There! First Full Diopter Reduction

Let's look at another quick e-mail and improvement report.   Michael writes: Quick and to the point. He includes a chart of his progress. Note that this one shows diopter reduction, though without the usual 0.25 increments.  While often we're looking at centimeter charts where improvement equals more centimeters, in this case we're looking at diopters going down as myopia reduces. Logs.  Highly recommend! That's almost a diopter for each eye. Michael also posts in the Facebook group, including this thread [...]

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Chelsee: Optometrist & Autorefractor Confirm -2.5 D

Let's look at a nice, solid vision improvement update from Chelsee. Before we get there, note that while I mention the "optometrist confirmed" and "autorefractor results", I don't want to give that old timey myopia exam charade a whole lot of power or meaning.  The optometrist confirming improvements isn't the ultimate victory - look at that checkbox as one more way to look at your 20/20 gains.  Something even the interestingly rigged eye exam can't deny.   The real measurement is what you [...]

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