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The Forgotten Art That Will Improve Your Eyesight

Last Reviewed: May 1, 2019
Eye Surgeon

Professionally Reviewed by
Dr. Gary L. Bodiford


Professionally Reviewed by
Dr. Andrew Simon

You do it every day. Thousands of time and you never think about it. Hardly anyone does.

But you should. Because it’s the essence of life.

  • How long can you survive without food? – About 70 days tops.
  • How long can you survive without water? – If you are lucky 5-7 days max.
  • How long can you survive without oxygen? – 5-7 minutes max and you are dead!

Breathing is possibly the most important part of health. Because if you stop, oxygen stops, and you’ve got 7 minutes left.

But why don’t we think about it?

Because it’s an automatic reflex. Nature is smart. She knows we would all die pretty quickly if we had to remember to breathe every few seconds. So she made it an automated reflex.

After all, we are supposed to change our breathing patterns throughout the day. Breathe more relaxed when we chill out. Breathe more intense when we run, hunt, or do any other physical activity.

That would alter the amounts of oxygen we get into our system. It would make sure, we always get the oxygen we need.

But life has changed. Our breathing and oxygen needs were not designed to sit on our behinds in front of screens all day. We were not made to use only our finger muscles day in day out.

Today we must take the time to breathe. And to breathe well. In a way, that relaxes the system and nourishes our cells. Including your eyes, because they need oxygen too.

So one simple breathing technique to make part of your day is this:

  1. Close your eyes
  2. Place your hand on your tummy
  3. Breathe through your nose into your belly, so that your hand lifts
  4. Breathe as slowly and as deeply as you can
  5. Exhale as slowly as possible through your mouth making a swish sound

Repeat a breath like that 7 times. Breathe deep and consciously for 7 breaths. And repeat as often as you can throughout the day.

You will soon notice a fundamental shift in your breathing. And with that, a shift in your body posture.

This is one of the simplest types of breathing you can do. In the Pure Vision Method™ we cover more advanced, yet easy-to-do breathing techniques that you can easily add to your life.

They won’t cost you time. They will add time to your life. Because the 5 minutes you invest per day will go a long way.

They will make you more productive, help you to focus, and give you energy all day.

So, you’ll soon get another chance to join the Pure Vision Method™. Stay tuned, as you can see, it’s worth the wait.

So many time-tested, simple ways to improve your eyesight, life, and health that will finally allow you to have energy again. To focus again. And to feel good about yourself again.

Let’s make your eyesight great again!

It’s easy, once you know what to do. So stay tuned.

As usual; let me know how you go with this breathing technique in a comment below…

Eye Surgeon

Professionally Reviewed by
Dr. Gary L. Bodiford


Professionally Reviewed by
Dr. Andrew Simon

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