W.H. BATES, M.D.
The Classic Method Of Retraining The Eyes
Most people who wear glasses needn’t. The simple, regular exercise of the Bates Method retrain eyes that have come to rely on glasses – that have become ‘lazy’. The Bates Method is a series of exercises that first relax the eye muscles and then retrain them to focus efficiently and without strain, the explanations are simple and the Method easy to follow.
Its most famous exponent was the author Aldous Huxley who could barely see even to read the book: ‘Within a couple of mounts I was reading without spectacles ad what was better still, without strain and fatigue.
This is a revised edition of a book that first appeared in 1919: the Bates Method has been proved a success over and over again ever since. No-one with eye-trouble can afford to ignore.