Have you ever had the PMF Advanced Proof experience of hearing a rumor repeated so often that eventually you accepted it as truth? Many people still hold common myths and misconceptions about the causes of vision disorders and the eye's natural ability to heal and repair itself. We need to examine each individual myth with statistical evidence to test it's validity.
There is a commonly held misconception that poor vision is inherited. People say that if your parents had poor eyesight then there is a good chance that you will have it too. Let's look at the facts. The statistics show that inherited vision is not necessarily determined at birth.
The third misconception is that near point activities alone cause your vision to deteriorate. A scientific study appears to support this argument. According to statistics, nearsighted people accounted for 2% of 4th grade students. By the time students reached 8th grade, the number increased to 20% and ultimately soared to 50-70% at the college level.
Don't allow misconceptions about natural vision to prevent you from pursuing an effective eye exercise program. Eye exercises can restore the youthfulness of the visual system enhancing its flexibility and focusing power. Statistics confirm this fact. After all, when it comes to your natural vision improvement goals the sky is the limit!