W H Bates
Better Eyesight Without Glasses
According to Dr. Bates, most people who wear glasses need not. Eyes that rely on glasses have merely become 'lazy' and need to be retrained. The Bates Method is a set of simple, easy-to-do exercises to relax and retrain the eyes muscles to focus without strain and work more efficiently. It's success has been proved over and over gain.
The most remarkable testimony came from Aldous Huxley, who could barely even read a book, 'The proof of the pudding is in the eating... Within a couple of months I was reading without spectacles and, what was better still, without fatigue!... (this was) the first and most convincing test that the system works.'
Written in a simple and lucid style, the book is a definitive guide to the Bates Method. The stress in on natural methods such as palming and central fixation, and home treatment, wherever practical. Bates Method has helped countless persons recover their natural eyesight proving that good eyesight without glasses is not a myth, but a very achievable reality.
The present volume is a thoroughly researched and updated edition of the classic work.
William Horatio Bates was an American physician who practiced ophthalmology and developed what became known as the Bates Method for better eyesight, an educational method intended to improve vision by undoing a supposed habitual strain to see.
"... The most helpful reprint of the year." — Bestseller, UK
"Time has proved the worth of Bates Method, and for this the world should be grateful." — Harris Gruman, Author of New Ways to Better Sight.