Why Your Eye Doctor Does Not Tell You About Natural Eye Exercises

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The most popular methods of vision improvement includes glasses, contacts and laser surgery. However, very few people know that there is a natural alternative called a program of eye exercises that can help you improve your vision naturally without glasses. Therefore, many people are wondering why their eye doctor never told them about eye exercises as an alternative natural treatment for various vision conditions such as nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism.

This article is certainly not intended to condemn the traditional medical eye care industry. There are many well-meaning wonderful optometrists out there who are doing some good by prescribing glasses to many people helping them to see clearly. However, the fact of the matter is that traditional optometrists in the traditional eye care industry are not trained in the field of nutrition, natural healing and various aspects of health care associated with alternative medicine. They are trained to diagnose eye conditions and prescribe drugs, glasses and contacts as a treatment for vision problems and eye diseases. Often, there are cases whereby it’s simply a case whereby they are not aware of natural techniques such as eye exercises due to the limited focus of their education.

Another explanation is the fact that the traditional eye care industry only focuses on treating the symptoms of eye conditions and eye diseases but really does not focus on correcting the underlying problems that caused your vision conditions and eye diseases in the first place.

Some other reasons are also related to economics. There is a specialized field of natural eye care professionals and practitioners that deal with the field of natural vision improvement. This particular field of eye care is called behavioral optometry. Instead of prescribing glasses the behavioral optometrist looks at the various underlying causes and factors that relate to vision problems. Some of these relate to poor nutrition, lack of eye exercises, the need for eye relaxation techniques and stress reduction, to help the patient to develop, improve, train and upgrade the visual system so that it functions more efficiently. The average mean annual salary of a traditional optometrist in the United States varies from state to state. However, it ranges anywhere from $114,000 a year to $180,000 a year. On the other hand, the salary of behavioral optometrists is about $35,610 a year. There are less behavioral optometrists than there are traditional optometrists simply due to the fact that it is not a profitable industry. Therefore, very few people are aware that these natural eye care practitioners exist.

There are a variety of reasons why doctors don’t tell you about eye exercises as an alternative vision improvement option to glasses, contacts and laser surgery. Some of these relate to the fact that traditional eye care practitioners are not trained in the field of alternative medicine but receive an education that focuses on correcting the symptoms of your eye condition rather than correcting the underlying causes. The natural equivalent to traditional optometry is called behavioral optometry. Behavioral optometrists are fewer in number in the eye care industry due to the fact that this particular field is not a booming and profitable industry. Ultimately, in most cases, your traditional optometrist will tell you that eye exercises don’t work and that there is no scientific evidence to prove that such natural techniques are effective. However, in spite of the fact that they have debunked the science of eye exercises, according to the American Vision institute, the truth about eye exercises is that more than 10,000 patients have been treated successfully with these effective natural vision improvement techniques.