“Middle age is when Father Time starts to catch up with Mother Nature.” It is also when near vision starts to blur and the need for reading glasses or bifocals emerges. This loss of near focus (known medically as presbyopia) is accepted as a natural result of aging, unavoidable after age 40+. Can older people avoid reading glasses? In my experience presbyopia can be reversed, prevented, or delayed. How? By using a using a simple exercise that takes advantage of a natural connection between the brain and eyes.
The PDF files below explain how to do the exercise, how it works and some related presbyopia research articles.
Vision Therapy Detailed Powerpoint for Presbyopia Reduction
Ray’s Presbyopia Chart with Instruction