Improving Eyesight with Bates Method
Having had a detached retina in July, I'm now really conscious of how badly I've treated my eyes over the years, stuck to a computer screen for years on end.
I'm intrigued by something called the Bates Method, which is a set of eye exercises which physically improve your eyesight and quality of vision (clarity, depth of field, perception etc.)
Prescription glasses definitely make eyes lazy and bad eyesight must have a high environmental factor (how would our primitive ancestors have hunted and avoided being hunted if they couldn't see ten feet?)
Has anyone else tried it?
I've been following the exercises for about 4 weeks, including 2 weeks in Spain and not needing to wear sunglasses at all (just a brimmed hat).
Interested in knowing anyone else's experience, as improving your own eyesight might be the cheapest a/v upgrade you could do.