Vision Improvement Now

Natural Vision Improvement

Eyesight exercises are not a new idea, the Bates Method of Natural Vision Improvement has been practised for over a century and many modern day programs are based on the research and methods of Dr William Bates M.D., a trained eye-care physician (1860–1931). William Bates attributed nearly all visual problems to the habitual strain of the eyes. He firmly believed that glasses were harmful and not necessary in the majority of cases.

Can vision be improved with age?

Yes. It is possible to improve your vision, it may depend on the particular reason for poor vision, but the majority of people should be able to maintain good vision by learning from the methods described in one of the Better Vision Programs.

Presbyopia – Middle Age Vision Improvement

As we get older our vision may deteriorate, text can become blurry… Most people resign themselves to wearing glasses, but, does it have to be that way? My own search for a simple method to maintain good vision resulted in learning the Read without Glasses Method. Practised regularly, glasses are not part of my life! Read more about causes and how to maintain good vision

Eye Exercises for Myopia

An alarming number of people are myopic. This is an inability to see distant objects clearly. The number of people in North America and worldwide who suffer from Myopia is increasing.

A major cause is thought to be the increase over the past century of close up visual work.

Read more on how to improve myopia.


The Better Vision Programs

Founded in 1976, The Cambridge Institute for Better Vision have been helping people improve their vision, naturally, for over 30 years. It is backed by a 100% Money Back Guarantee. Try any programme for 90 days. If you are not satisfied, simply request a refund. No questions, no dramas.

Better-Vision Read Without Glasses Vision Improvement

The Cambridge Institute For Better Vision has a number of Natural Vision Programmes, visit the website to read more.

Share the program with a friend or a group who have similar vision challenges. Save money and improve your vision together.