The Read Without Glasses Method for Presbyopia was designed by Dr. Ray Gottlieb and Martin Sussman with the intention of creating a program that can be beneficial for middle-aged users with presbyopia.
This is the only eyesight training program which is specifically targeted to reverse the gradual loss of sight that most adults begin to experience in their mid-forties, evidenced as a lessened ability for visual acuity at close distances such as reading or working on the computer. The change is due to changes in the eye's capacity to focus, known as presbyopia.
This method, utilized 6 minutes daily, is effective in:
Whether you are just now beginning to notice problems in close vision or whether this problem has existed for years, the Read Without Glasses Method provides an option to reverse such vision loss through daily practice in a safe and natural approach.
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Note: The Read Without Glasses Method does require two normally functioning eyes and is not helpful for those with lazy eye (amblyopia), only one functioning eye, eye turning problems (squint) and related binocular conditions. The method is also not designed for nearsightedness or eye diseases such as macular degeneration or cataracts.
Read Without Glasses created by Dr. Ray Gottlieb, O.D., Ph.D., F.C.O.V.D., a Rochester, New York, behavioral optometrist and vision therapit. He was aided by Martin Sussman who helped Dr. Gottlieb transform his exercise system into this home-use method.
How long does it take?
You should spend at least 6 minutes a day doing the exercises. Instead of simply building up eye muscle strength, the method also helps to develop flexibility and balance in your eyes and your visual physiology. More practice, especially done regularly enhances the benefits.
How does it work?
The method is partially based on the fundamental optic principle that turning the eyes inward (convergence) enhances near focusing ability. The method helps you re-train the focusing system accomplish this.
What About Glasses?
You should practice the method without wearing your glasses or bifocals or contacts. If you wear reading glasses or bifocals, you should considering getting a weaker pair.
Disclaimer: Vision therapy programs are not a replacement for regular optometric or medical care.