A couple of years ago I found that my eyes were straining after a day in front of the computer. I went to the optometrist and was told I needed eyeglasses. Now, I grew up having 20/20 vision. I was proud of it, even though I had absolutely no control over my perceived optical acuity. When I learned of my need for glasses, I felt like my eyes had let me down. Indeed, I became a deflated shell of my former self and it was hard to come to terms with the fact that I was no longer a 20/20 type of guy.
You’re probably getting all weepy and forlorn now, so before you short out your keyboard, let me share the good news: It is possible to improve your eyesight through eye exercises, and in some cases fully restore 20/20 vision.
Eye exercises don’t sound too bad, especially if it means getting rid of my glasses. I’ll build up my eye muscles so much I’ll be able to lift small children with my gaze, stop cars with a swift wink and close the car door with a stare. When people ask me to flex (it happens all the time) I will crush them with an overpowering demonstration of my optical strength. Yup, using the See Clearly Method, I could get rid of my glasses completely.
Of course that means I would have to actually order their product and exercise my eyes regularly.
Now that I think about it, glasses aren’t that bad. After all, they do make you smarter, right?