It’s another year, and now the optician wants you to get another, thicker pair of lenses. Just looking at this screen is getting to be a pain, so that must be the solution.
Or is it?
Maybe the eye is just like any organ or muscle; it can be trained, it can be strengthened.
Using corrective lenses doesn’t aid in strengthening the eye. They’re a crutch that the eye becomes dependent on over time.
The Vision Protocol claims it can get you back to having 20/20 vision by doing natural eye exercises and without invasive surgery or getting a thicker pair of glasses every year.
We have heard from various people, including the authors of The Outback Vision Protocol, that there is a dirty little secret behind the entire eye care industry. Their claim is that no matter what you suffer from—whether it’s nearsightedness, farsightedness, presbyopia, glaucoma, macular degeneration or something worse—they are all conditions that were created by improperly using your eyes.
The good news, they say, is that these problems can be completely reversed.
There is something to the idea that the glasses industry is out to create more glasses wearers. Any optician knows first hand how much money is made off of people who need glasses. Almost seven billion dollars are made every year on contact lenses alone. The rest of the industry brings in almost twice that.
If the Outback Vision Protocol means never having to buy another pair of contacts, it means not letting the industry get any more of your money.
For people getting older it means being able to see the way you used to again.
The Vision Protocol says it’s possible, and it doesn’t involve any risky surgical procedures. It’s a program that claims to have helped almost 46,400 people since it’s been made available.
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