Vision Improvement Case Study #2: First Two Days With the Program and Already Starting to See a Change

Yesterday was the first day of my journey through the Rebuild Your Vision program. I’ve now gone through 2 days worth and I’m already starting to see some improvements and changes.

But before I jump into those details, I want to run through a few things you should know about this program as you jump into it:

The First Day

I spent some time the first day setting up what I needed for the program. This included printing off some training material, setting up my room for training, and reading through all of the exercises to make sure I’m doing them properly.

You don’t need a big area to do the exercises in this program, but you will need a quite space (and if you can’t find one then I recommend getting up early before the rest of the house does). You will also need an area where you can sit in front of a wall and have at least 7 feet between you and the wall.

This is for one of the main exercises in the program which involves putting a vision chart on the wall. This exercise is one of the core exercises that strengthens and improves your visual acuity.

Because I’m still waiting for the actual program to arrive I had to also spend some time printing off and making some of the training material. Once you have the program you won’t need to do any of this (except for one possible thing which I’ll explain below), because everything comes prepared in the program.

On to Eye Exercises!

Like I said in my introductory post, one of things I really like about this program are its vigorous training schedules.

There are 3 schedules which each address a different visual problem. One addresses nearsightedness and astigmatism (this is the one I’m doing), another is for aging vision and farsightedness, and the third is for aging vision and nearsightedness.

The schedules are designed very much like any exercise routine. You have your warm up stretches, the “meat” of the routine which consists of the more vigorous exercises, and then a calm down/relaxing phase.

Because I was already farmiliar with these exercises I was able to jump right in.

It took about 35 minutes in total to complete the routine the first day, because I needed to spend some time setting up. The 2nd day it took me just about 25 minutes – which is how long each day is supposed to take.

Like I mentioned above, one of the exercises requires you to put an eye chart on your wall (you know, with the big letter “E” at the top). You then set your chair up at least 7 feet away from the chart.

The program says that if you can’t see the “E” at the top of the chart clearly, then you should print off a bigger letter from your computer and place it on top of the chart.

You shouldn’t move your chair closer.The reason for this is that 7 feet is the distance that light enters the back of your eye without causing your eye’s lens to compensate to keep objects in focus.

I’m not going to go into detail about this here, but you can see this post, and this post, for a more in depth explanation of the reason for this.

I couldnt’ read the top “E” on the chart, so I ended up putting 2 additional “E”‘s on top of the chart to track my progress.

The Change I Noticed

As I went through my day after the first morning of eye exercises, the main thing I noticed was – and there’s no other way to put this – that I felt visually strong.

You know the feeling you get the day after you start a new exercise routine? I’m not talking about muscle fatigue, I’m talking about the feeling of being internally strong. You may not be able to see any physical changes, but on the inside you feel great.

That’s very similar to how I felt the first day after doing eye exercises – that I was visually strong. I wasn’t noticing any drastic changes in my eyesight, but on the inside my eyes felt great. I finished the day without any visual fatigue.

What To Expect

Now if I’m going to compare this to working out, I’m preparing myself for the next stage – which is fatigue. Just like working out, you might feel great the first few days, but as you continue the routine and you’re body is strengthening your muscles, you will begin to feel fatigue.

It’s possible this might not happen to me, but I am preparing for it if it does happen. This fatigue is usually the one things that keeps people from continuing exercise programs. They feel this way and don’t want to continue. If you’re going through this program, push for a few days. You’ll feel amazing on the tail end of this! I’ll keep you updated on my progress.

There are a few other thing that you need to know and commit yourself to, if you’re going to be successful with this program:

It Takes Time: It takes time to see results, but not as much time as you think. Like I said above, you’ll begin to notice some type of change within the first few days. Will you have 20/20 vision in the first week? Probably not. But the fundamentals of the program are that you’re not looking for a quick fix. You’re looking to completely rebuild your vision from the ground up and train your eyes how to see clearly.

It’s the difference between making a significant lifestyle change to eating healthy and exercising vs. starting the current fad diet or taking a diet pill. You might see results from the diet and pill, but internally your body is starving and the results will not last.

The goal of the Rebuild Your Vision program is to train your eyes to see clearly so that you can live with clear natural vision for the rest of your life!

Consistency: This is a key part to success in the program. You need to make sure you set aside time each day to do the exercises. I’ve found the early morning works best for me.

The exercises only take 25 minutes a day to do, but the long term effects will last you for the rest of your life.

Until the next post, to your healthy vision!

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