Myopia (nearsightedness) has become an epidemic, and is expected to affect nearly 5 billion people by 2050 (myopia statistics: America: 42%, China and Korean youth: >90%) When facing a myopia diagnosis, most people feel they have no choice but to get prescription lenses. But are glasses and contact lenses really the only solution? Is your myopia truly incurable? Are your genes problematic?
No! Through scientifically proven facts, this book shows you how to change your beliefs, body, mind, environment, lifestyle, nutrition, and habits to prevent myopia and improve your eyesight holistically and naturally. It will show you how to:
*Jump start your journey towards better vision.
*Prevent myopia when your vision is perfect.
* Halt myopia progression or even reverse myopia naturally.
* Modify your lifestyle, nutrition, sleep, posture, habits, and behavior to improve your eyesight.
* Understand the role of stress, emotion, and mind in natural vision improvement.
* Harness the best prevention and cure of myopia—sunshine, nature and more.
* Form new daily habits and routines to promote your eye health and general well-being.
John F. Kennedy said, “the best time to repair your roof is when the sun is shining.” The best time to prevent myopia is when your vision is perfect. But don’t lose hope if you already have myopia. “Where there is a will, there is a way.” This book will help you to find your “way” to return to your ideal vision.
Aileen Yi Fan is a committed lifelong learner and
an advocate for change. She holds a bachelor’s
degree in biomedical engineering and a master’s
degree in business administration. As the owner of
a boutique marketing and PR agency serving small
businesses, she believes that she teaches what she needs
to learn the most. This book is a perfect example of her
invest-learn-teach formula. Aileen loves sharing her
life experiences, challenges, and lessons so like-minded
people can gather, learn, and inspire each other. Her
two beautiful children, Ian and Amy, inspire her to be
the best version of herself, and to make a little progress
every day—physically, emotionally, intellectually, and