Can you really support your eyes with funny looking glasses?
It is estimated that at least 6 out of 10 people need vision correction in the USA. Most of these people will opt for glasses or contacts, but a growing number of people are now choosing laser eye surgery, which comes with serious long-term risks to your eyesight.
What if you could naturally support your eye fitness in just a few minutes a day by wearing specialty non-prescription glasses that "exercise" targeted muscles in your eyes?
This is the simplicity and power of pinhole glasses.
Pinhole glasses have hundreds of tiny holes that alter the light entering your eyes, transforming the light from an overpowering mass of light rays to a collection of lower-intensity, distinct light rays that effectively give your eyes a more "organized" pattern on which to focus. This causes the ciliary body of your eyes to engage in adaptive exercise which helps support the range of motion of your ciliary muscles.
Those muscles control the shape of your lenses that focus light inside your eyes. As these muscles become stronger (over a period of days and weeks), they become more "fit" instead of "flabby," just like resistance exercises make your other body muscles more capable over time. (Increases in range of motion are everything when it comes to controlling the shape of the lenses in your eyes.)
Health Ranger pinhole glasses are a "registered medical device" with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
HOW WILL I KNOW IF THEY ARE WORKING FOR ME?
For many people, the minute they put them on, they INSTANTLY see more clearly because of the interesting way they allow the eyes to see close-up objects with more clarity. Many people are astonished at the difference in their experience, and some actually scream out in surprise at the fact that they suddenly see things differently.
From the Health Ranger
I was totally astonished. The instant I put these glasses on, I could suddenly read small text up close. It's as if I acquired magnified vision, but without any real magnification at all. I'm now making these pinhole glasses part of my personal exercise routine... exercise for my EYES!
Yes. There are no dangerous side effects to wearing pinhole glasses. Keep in mind that you should not wear them while driving or performing any action that requires your full attention. You should also limit their use to a few minutes a day to give your eyes a rest between exercise sessions.
WHY DOESN'T MY EYE DOCTOR RECOMMEND THESE GLASSES?
Chances are your eye doctor has told you that you need eyeglasses because your eyeballs have changed their shape. But this is one of the biggest deceptions in ophthalmology care. Unless you've cracked your skull, there's simply no feasible way for your eyeballs to become “longer”, as eye doctors often claim.
The fact of the matter is, our eyeballs don't get longer as we age. (Is your skull getting any longer? Nope.) In reality, your eye muscles can, just like other muscles in your body, lose their strength or fitness due to lack of exercise. The Health Ranger's Pinhole Glasses are designed to help you exercise the tiny muscles in your eyes just like other muscles in your body. We all understand the importance of exercising the other muscles in your body. Your eye muscles need exercise, too!
Normally, I have to use reading glasses to read from my computer screen, but with these pinhole glasses--well, I'm writing and reading this with ease, wearing the pinholes! My New Year's Resolution is to be consistent with usage of these sweet "eye exercisers."
I've been wearing reading glasses for 20 years so you can imagine how astonished I was when putting these on, I could see perfectly. I've used them randomly for a month or so now... I highly recommend these.
These pinhole glasses are great. I notice my ... depth perception is sharpened and if I need to read small print, these glasses work as well as my prescription lenses.
For a fraction of the cost of prescription eyewear and with noticeable results, pinhole glasses are becoming the new way to support your eye health. Wear them for just a few minutes a day in a safe environment, and you'll see the difference they can make to your eyesight.