A Natural Cure for Far-Sightedness

The 26-year old wife of a medical doctor was suffering from far-sightedness, astigmatism and lazy eye. An eye specialist prescribed glasses, but she did not like the idea of wearing them. She consulted a teacher of the Bates Method, and after the first lessons she began to see better. She also experienced less eye strain. After further lessons she discarded her glasses and never wore them again.

This is an example of what happens to the millions of people who have practiced the method of William H. Bates, a New York eye doctor. It gets results with far-sightedness and most other visual defects. It helps you to see better at any age. It works even if your parents wear glasses, or if you have worn glasses for years.

To have good eyesight you have to know the facts:

• All glasses and lenses weaken your eyes!
• Most corrective surgery does the same, it only treats the symptoms!
• Optical professionals know little or nothing about natural ways of improving the eyesight!
• The multi-billion dollar optical industry wants you to have poor eyesight because this increases sales!
• The only person who is really interested in
• Improving your eyesight is YOU!
• The best way to get practical self-help advice is to consult a teacher of the Bates Method or to get a good book on the subject (see website below).

Almost everybody now has vision problems. Yet hardly anyone knows that there are ways of improving the eyesight without the help of glasses, lenses or surgery. Some “authorities” even claim that visual defects are the price we have to pay for being civilized and educated. Yet nothing could be further from the truth! Poor eyesight is the price we have to pay for abusing the eyes, for unnatural life styles and the habit of straining, tensing and staring.

Through the Bates Method you can get out of this vicious cycle. You can relax your eyes and get them back to normal. You can switch from the stress-mode into the joy-mode. As a result your whole life will become more enjoyable and rewarding, at home, at work and in your relationships. Find out more at