Improve Your Vision Without Glasses Or Contact Lenses

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Steven M. Beresford
Simon and Schuster, Nov 7, 1996 - Health & Fitness - 128 pages
6 Reviews
For the 110 million Americans who suffer some type of vision problem, the American Vision Institute offers a clinically proven program of 20 exercises and maintenance techniques guaranteed to improve vision in as little as 30 days. This complete course in vision therapy helps increase focusing power, decrease eye strain, and prevent further deterioration of vision. Illustrated.
  

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User Review  - Parin Stormlaughter Stormlaughter - Goodreads

Very good book for the near-sighted (or short-sighted) or far-sighted. I've made some permanent changes to how I use my eyes and have been quite pleased. I still don't need reading glasses (I'm 50 ... Read full review

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User Review  - CoolCatLives - Walmart

I have been doing the eye exercises and my vision while reading small print is improving. Read full review

Contents

How Your Eyes Work
7
Common Visual Problems
19
Vision Therapy Alternatives
41
Seven New Visual Habits
50
Sixteen Booster Techniques
65
Ten Simple Strategies
77
You Can Make a Difference
97
Appendix Technical Guide to Prescribing Eyecharts
105
Index
123
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About the author (1996)

Dr. David W. Muris is Director of the Sacramento Visioncare Optometric Center.

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