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Hate wearing glasses? Not too interested in contact lenses? Can’t afford the cost (and risk) of laser surgery or implants? Lost confidence in all the natural relaxation techniques you’ve tried? Not to worry. There is another option.
John’s breakthrough method in “reversing” one’s nearsightedness is revealed in his book Reversing Nearsightedness. The methodology and specifications are based on over ten years of research. Anyone who is nearsighted will benefit from his invention.
It “corrects” mild and moderate cases of nearsightedness. If you have this condition, you will usually achieve 20/20 vision in a very short period (in two minutes, for example, if you are receptive to the lenses).
It “reduces” midrange and severe cases of myopia. If you have this condition, your visual improvement would still be significant.
He has trained numerous optometrists in the US on how to implement this proven method.
A Breakthrough Method
The procedure is based on a plain “flexible” pair of contact lenses (without any prescription) which you wear for only two minutes. Regardless of your degree of myopia, you will experience a significant visual improvement after the first application. After that, you would wear the lenses regularly as a preventative means.
For the first three weeks, you will wear them for two minutes for three times a week. Then you will eventually wear them for two minutes for twice a week for another three weeks, and then after that, your wearing schedule is about once every week for another three weeks, et cetera. Your wearing schedule continues to decrease as your muscles stabilizes. The lenses are for therapeutic purposes onlynot a visual aid.
The myopic structure of your eyewhich usually involves the lens, eyeball, cornea, and the musclescan reverse back to their premyopic shape without surgery. In order for that to happen, certain muscles must relax, other muscles must be stretched, and others have to be tightened. The other condition is that all this activity has to take place at the same time. The reversal process has to occur simultaneously because that is how you became myopic: certain muscles were not relaxed, others became too tight, and others lost their tensile strength. The resulting deterioration of the lens, eyeball, and cornea all took place at the same time. But how does each group of muscles develop simultaneously before it is possible to naturally reverse each part of the myopic eye? This is where John Yee’s invention comes in.
Compared to Other MethodsJohn Yee calls this procedure orthoculogy (Latin for “correcting the whole eye”) or ortho C, for short. Although the reversal process sounds mechanical, the ortho C lenses will improve your vision naturally. It is natural in the sense that there is no slicing or dicing (by applying a scalpel or laser, as in the case of laser surgery).
The advantage of ortho C over laser surgery is that there is the absence of any side affectslike halo effect, decrease in night vision, the eye tearing up, scarring, undercorrection, overcorrection, progressive visual acuity deterioration, or the risk of rupture. And Ortho C is a fraction of the cost of laser surgery.
There are no implants involved, such as implanting a “ring” onto your cornea (Cornea Ring Implant), or implanting a lens between your natural lens and the iris (Interocular Lens Implant), or even implanting another cornea onto your existing cornea.
Do not confuse ortho C with an existing method called orthokeratology (which is Latin for correcting the cornea), or “ortho K”, as it is sometimes called in optical parlance. It attempts to correct your refractive error by “flattening” out the cornea with a very “flat” contact lens without attending to the myopic shape of the lens of your eye or the eyeball.
The failure rate of ortho K would be 100% if a pair of “retainer” contact lenses are not worn every night while you sleep to maintain the collapsed curvature of the cornea. Ortho C does not rely on a “retainer” lens to continue collapsing the cornea. Ortho K is not recommended for anyone with very severe myopia, but ortho C can reverse very severe as well as mild, moderate, and midrange myopia. It has been used to treat myopia as high as -18.75 diopters.
The advantage of correcting nearsightedness by altering the curvature of the lens and eyeball is that the improvement in vision is permanent. With ortho K, you have to sleep with the lenses every night. If you miss wearing the lens just for one night, the curvature of the cornea would tend to creep back to its original myopic shape and all the improvement in vision would be lost. The influence from an ortho C lens has a lasting effect because it stimulates the muscles that control the lens and eyeball. There are no muscles that control the cornea.
Because you would wear the lenses for a short duration, it is even less riskier than wearing your regular contact lenses. The risk of eye infection and mishandling is reduced.
All the other methods on the market involve changing the curvature of the cornea to compensate for the myopic shape of the lens, eyeball, and cornea. But with ortho C, the curvature of the cornea will not be altered. This can be verified by taking another K reading (or keratometer reading) after your vision improves.
Ortho C cannot influence the lens and eyeball directly. You are not directly tampering with the lens and eyeball. You have to influence them indirectly by stimulating the ciliary muscle that controls the shape of the lens and the oblique and rectus muscles that control the shape of the eyeball. By attending to these muscles, the change in curvature of the lens and eyeball is more permanent because less burden is placed on a specific part of the eye and because ortho C attends to the root cause of nearsightedness. Thus there is less of an “effort to see”.
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For more information about John Yee's academic papers published by Elsevier, check the following links:
For more information on ortho C, refer to the article Correcting Nearsightedness Without Laser Surgery by Vitality Magazine at: www.vitalitymagazine.com/nov08_hpn
For information on other books by John Yee, check: www.outgoingpress.com
Visit John and his Eye Fix team in person at the Whole Life Expo, Canada’s largest showcase on alternative medicine and therapy. Click on “speakers” for the day of his lecture. Learn more about the trade show at: www.wholelifecanada.com .
Reversing Nearsightedness is John William Yee’s eighth “speciality” book where he applied mechanical principles to design a variable focal length contact lens that’s capable of changing the curvature of the whole eye (the cornea, the lens of the eye, and the eyeball) to “reverse” one’s nearsightednessinstead of just changing the curvature of a part of the eye (like just the cornea, for example, by means of laser surgery or orthokeratology; or only the lens, by means of Interocular Lens Implant or plus lens therapy).
He was born in Glace Bay, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. He graduated from Saint Mary’s University, University of Waterloo, Ryerson University, and the Alberta Institute of Technology. He studied philosophy, psychology, mechanical engineering, and optical science.
He continues to research other areas of visual deficiency such as high astigmatism, anisometropia, nystagmus, double vision, and different forms of scotomas. He was also an officer with the Toronto Police Service, and he has improved the vision of several potential law enforcement officers in Ontario to meet the vision requirements.
The Eye Fix Group is a group of companies licensed to perform ortho C. It includes the following:
The Eye Fix Inc.
New Gen Inc.
The Way Inc.
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Do not put off ordering John Yee’s information even if your nearsightedness is very mild. You do not have to wait for it to become worse before you adopt his method!!! He has documented cases where patients with mild cases of myopia (0.25 diopter to 1.00 diopter) have attained normal vision after just one application.