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EndMyopia is based on the premise that near-sightedness is just a refractive state, and not an irreversible condition, as has been demonstrated in countless improvement cases over many years. Many students have managed to completely reverse their myopia and regain 20/20 eyesight.

EndMyopia does not exist as a quick-fix money-making scheme, and although there is a paid course, it is entirely optional when it comes to improving your eyesight. All information is freely available in the blog articles on endmyopia.org and the EndMyopia YouTube channel.

Reasonable suspicion should be involved while reading. Read some third party clinical studies, don't blindly believe eyesight improvement just from us or some other source, do some research.

You may be interested in the EndMyopia Forum, Discord server or Facebook group.

The wiki is free to use and share and is written by contributors like you. Most editors have had some degree of success in improving their eyesight, otherwise they wouldn't have any interest in writing an entire wiki ;)

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

EndMyopia Glossary

Clinical studies about myopia progression and vision improvement


Concepts

Glasses (yes, you need them to fix your eyes)
Challenging the blur
Measurement
Why your eyesight is bad in the first place
Other

Resources

Community


Oops we wrote some joke articles as well. These probably won't fix your eyesight?


Guides

Get started
Main ideas
Prescriptions & Measurements

Explainers

Reviews

Community-written projects

Community-written musings on EndMyopia and vision improvement. You can write one too!


Hello mobile user! If you want to see articles related to editing the wiki, you can do so. Please see the links here. Good luck editing on that... uhh... thing! (you know they're bad for your eyes... right?