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iGenics Review

by Ellen Thomas (2019-05-07)

Although Lasik surgery is another very popular iGenics alternative, it is too pricey to many people, particularly in today's trying financial times. A Lasik surgery operation does not always provide a idyllic outcome either. I personally had Lasik six years ago, and I still require eyeglasses for most types of reading. In addition, although it much more the exception than the rule, many people have much more severe outcomes from Lasik than mine, in a lot of cases winding up with worse vision than they started with.What many people are unaware of is the natural vision correction which can be achieved through the consistent application of simple eye exercises. The eye, like any other muscle in the body, can be strengthened by applying the right exercise to it, and eye exercise is no exception. Many people have used these methods to rebuild their vision, often to its original strength.Often times, people's first question is about how long it takes for the effects of these exercises to show results. Here are some elements that control the time commonly taken to restore vision...Initially, how old are you, and what condition do you have? If you are over 40, then you are different from someone who is in their twenties, obviously. Although it is very hard to find any sort of official on this, generally speaking, the more severe the fundamental eye problem, the longer the eye rehabilitation period. And, while Myopia (Shortsightedness) & Hyperopia (Longsightedness) are the most familiar ones, there are numerous other conditions out there, such as Astigmatism, Presbyopia, Strabismus, Amblyopia (aka Lazy Eye), Age-Related Macular Degeneration (ARMD), and so on. Eye exercises help cure all of these conditions, but the time it takes for complete vision restoration may differ for each one.