You are shortsighted. Myopic. You're wearing glasses to see clearly at a distance, and you wish you didn't have to. Many others feel the same as you do, and we're talking to those who have found ways to significantly improve their eyesight, even entirely eliminate their need for glasses. Join us as we explore the vision improvement journeys of our guest. Learn about natural myopia control, known vision biology, science, and practical ways to reduce your dependence on glasses and contact lenses.
A little rough audio on my end, since ... stuck on the back of a tiny island. ?Didn't bring proper gear. ?Perhaps still worth it though, for Andie's story!
Another episode is ready! Zoltan goes from -2.50 to mostly not needing glasses. Also some interesting side notes on hair loss and dental development in children.
Great episode with James, we've been talking about making this one happen since last year!
Today we're chatting with Greg who is down to a 1.00 diopter for night time driving, and no glasses needed during the day. Great progress update!
Join us for this great episode today, Nick went from 30 years behind -2.00 glasses (and -1.25 of astigmatism) to excellent natural eyesight.
Join us for this latest episode, chatting with Julia about all of her 20/20 gains!
Today, a chat with Al who is a paramedic, surfer, background in sports science and nutrition. Al has managed to reduce -4 diopters of myopia down to -1.50, and completely reversed his previously high astigmatism. Join us for this excellent chat!
Join us for this excellent chat with Joey, who has used his surfing hobby to make great strides reducing his myopia.
Much requested, a parent and child myopia recovery podcast episode. Come join our chat with Simon, who helped his 10 year old son reverse his -2.75 diopter myopia.
Another high myopia progress report success-update-story. Join us for a great chat with Stephanie, making excellent strides in reducing her diopter dependence.
Today we’re chatting with Shelly, who besides being quite active in our Le Meow forum, has also been making most excellent gains in the eyeballs department. Reducing her myopia from -4.25 to -1.25, that’s a lot less diopter dependence. Join us for this progress update chat!
Today we're chatting with Clare, who is three whole diopters of reductions into her journey back to 20/20. Join us for this entertaining episode!
Today we have on Sheri, who gives us the rundown on her reducing her myopia by half - so far. This is a great progress update, join us for this chat!
Today it's Al-Irfan discussing his journey from -4.25 diopters down to -2.50 diopters. He's well on his way to 20/20 eyesight - join us and get all the details of how he's gotten this far with lowering myopia, already.
Today we have on Kent who successfully reduced his astigmatism by 75% (and counting). He also significantly reduced his spherical myopia and is well on the way to a life without glasses.
Today we're talking to Joonas who managed to reverse most of his myopia in the span of two years. Daytime mostly lens free, Joonas shares his experience with us.
Lareuns recounts his progress from -3.75 diopters of myopia down to currently -1.00 diopters. Join us for a great chat, and some low diopter management tips.
Today with have on Rui, who used to battle major headaches with her glasses, and a very high diopter correction. Luckily now a year later she is doing great without headaches and much less diopters.
Today, it's Gina's turn to extoll the many virtues of a virtually imaginary beard, and his countless teachings of about all of your darling eyeballs and all of their ability to get you back to natural 20/20 eyesight.
Today we're talking to Leah, who has managed to significantly improve her eyesight in the past year and a half. Three diopters of less myopia, headed out of high myopia territory, this is her progress update.
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