Presbyopia is a condition that affects many people from their mid-40s onwards. As we age our eye lenses become less flexible, making it more difficult for us to focus in the short-distance. The weaker eye lenses gradually becomes less able to focus divergent light rays onto the retina, moving the focal point backwards beyond the retina. As with hyperopia, a gradually expanding blur circle is cast upon the retina itself, blurring our vision.
Pinhole glasses offer relief in the short-term, as the ‘stopped down’ aperture produces a greater focal range. Combined with the ‘narrower than normal’ beam of light entering the eye, the blur circle on the retina is decreased, so enabling the eyes to see more clearly. It is recommended however, that pinhole glasses should be used in conjunction with eye muscle strengthening exercises, so the eye muscles themselves are better equipped to keep the eye lenses more flexible.If you're looking to strengthen your eyes effortlessly and naturally, this very well may be the most valuable video you ever watched on the topic. -- Click Here To Watch The Free Special Video Report --