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How To Cure Myopia Permanently

Last Reviewed: May 9, 2019

Professionally Reviewed by
Mark Bushby

Definitely not with glasses, contacts, or eye surgery. Why?

  1. Because they don't "cure".
  2. They only correct.
  3. That's a big difference.

So, let me explain:

Myopia is not an eye problem. I know you have been told all that time that your eyeball is too long. The shape of your lens is too steep. It's the ciliary muscle. And god knows what.

But that's not the problem. It's the end result. The root cause is something else.

The root causes for eye problems:

  1. Your Mind
  2. Your Emotions
  3. Your Nourishment
  4. Your Toxicity
  5. Your Physical Body (the balance & organs)
  6. Your Eyes

So to improve myopia permanently without glasses and/or surgery, you need to address all these areas.

In case you are wondering...


The list IS in order of importance. Meaning, your eyes are the last piece of the puzzle. They just make the most money.

So, is it nutrition, diet, age, reading glasses, acupuncture, eye exercises, or sunlight?

Some of it works short-term. None of that lasts permanently. Because most of them are the latest, new quackeries you find online.

But you need a system to cover all of it.

So, we put together an extensive article answering all your questions. (Way better and more comprehensive that you'll find on Yahoo Answers or Quora... both are totally hijacked by optometrists anyways!)

To get the full scoop, learn about: How To Cure Myopia Naturally & Fast click here


Professionally Reviewed by
Mark Bushby

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