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Release Date: 11/11/2019

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Tired of wearing glasses or straining to see your computer screen?

Claudia Muehlenweg is a leading force in empowering people to improve their eyesight naturally. Through webinars, online programs, a membership and private coaching, she helps her clients see better, no matter what vision challenge they struggle with – including presbyopia, myopia, astigmatism, strabismus, convergence insufficiency, missing depth perception, cataracts, macula degeneration, glaucoma and vision problems after RK and LASIK surgeries. Many were able to ditch their glasses and contacts for good or avoid dangerous surgery altogether.

Claudia is a sought-after international speaker and workshop leader and a member of three international vision associations. Her certifications in Hatha Yoga, Yoga Tune Up®, the Roll Model® Method and her current training in Nutritional Endocrinology enable her to use an integrated, holistic approach to finding the root cause of blurry vision that goes well beyond the eyeball. Claudia lives what she teaches starting each day with self-care, stimulating her eyesight with plenty outdoor time, and enjoying life in Los Angeles with friends and her two daughters.

In today’s conversation, Claudia shares how she got rid of her glasses and how she now teaches others how to improve their vision naturally. She explains the root cause of most eyesight problems, dispels many myths about eyesight, aging and avoiding direct sunlight, and provides several techniques you can use to reduce eye strain and improve your vision over time.

Claudia explains why you want to avoid wearing sunglasses and encourage your children to play outside more often. She also addresses the question of LAZIK eye surgery, offers recommendations for computer screen settings and font size, and so much more.

Key Takeaways

  1. All babies are born far-sighted. It usually takes until age 15 for our vision to be completely developed.
  2. There is a direct correlation between our emotions and our eyesight.
  3. Most eye care specialists focus on the eyeball whereas 90% of our vision happens in our brain.
  4. The retina doesn’t know a table from a chair. That distinction happens in the brain.
  5. Most eyesight issues stem from strain. Identify the type of strain you have so you can release the tension and improve your vision.
  6. Practice sunning with closed eyelids to reduce light sensitivity in the beginning.
  7. In the 1970s, 25% of children in Asia and the US experienced nearsightedness. Today the percentage is up to 45% in the US and approximately 95% in many areas in Asia.
  8. Children that played 2 or more hours outside had a much lower chance of being nearsighted than children that stayed inside.
  9. Our eyes are not meant to be locked on a certain distance or object for any length of time. Our eyes are meant to move and look around.
  10. Most vision problems are lifestyle related not genetic.

*If you know or suspect that you have an eye disease contact Claudia or consult your eye doctor before practicing any of the suggestions provided in this interview.

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