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Can Pinhole Glasses Correct Your Vision?

Posted on the 03 July 2012 by Haramizuki @TekiGirl


I purchased a pair of Pinhole glasses yesterday, as it claims to correct visions permanently. I went to an optometrist last week and she told me that my eyesight got worse. She made me try different grade of lenses, but I ended up with my old grade. According to the optometrist, my eyes refuses to acknowledge the change as of yet, so I’m forced to wear my old glasses.

I read about Pinhole glasses while browsing the internet, so I decided to purchase one, hoping it would make my eyesight somewhat better.

Can Pinhole Glasses Correct your Vision?

Pinhole glasses are for people with near-sightedness, long-sightedness, astigmatism, eyestrain, VDU users, presbyopia or tired eyes. It is made of an opaque substance such as plastic and metal, which allows narrow parallel beam of lights through the hole. Each narrow light focuses on the retina which, in turn, sends messages to the brain for clear-sightedness. The light helps bring objects into focus while black lens act as stimulant to the eye’s photoreceptors in the retina. Wearing prescription glasses will weaken your ciliary muscles, as you will no longer use the focusing muscles in your eyes. Wearing pinhole glasses can stimulate and exercise the entire retina with only 15 minutes of regular use.

The Pinhole Glasses that I’ve ordered will be shipped on July 15, so I have to wait until then. Has anyone tried or know someone who have tried using Pinhole Glasses? If so, did it improve your or their eyesight? Please share with us your experience using the comment box below.

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