Instant Eyesight

How to Improve Eyesight Instantly!

Non-Fiction - Health - Fitness
68 Pages
Reviewed on 12/03/2015
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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite

With the constant use of computers and smartphones, our eyes become strained and we can begin to experience continual and frequent headaches. With eye strain you can also experience eyes watering. Whether you have poor eyesight, double vision, a lazy eye or just want to improve your eyesight, Instant Eyesight: How to Improve Eyesight Instantly by The INSTANT-Series can help. In this book you will perform various types of exercises that can help to improve your eyesight and enable you to minimize the need for contact lenses or glasses. If you have special eyesight needs, Instant Eyesight: How to Improve Eyesight Instantly is not a substitute for an ophthalmologist or optometrist. It is advisable to continue to seek medical advice as needed.

I enjoyed reading and doing the exercises in Instant Eyesight: How to Improve Eyesight Instantly by The INSTANT-Series. Additionally, telling us what foods are ideal for eyesight improvement such as fatty fish, egg yolks and almonds was helpful. As you go through the exercises and read the material, you begin to realize that something as simple as a leaf on a tree or the movement of a bird are things that we take for granted; our eyes see it but don’t really process it because of how our eyes are being trained. To improve the eye muscles we should take the time to relax and absorb the beauty around us. Doing this retrains our eyes, causing less muscle strain. As you take in words on a page or the sight of a colorful flower, your eyes embrace the images which then translate to the brain and this exercise improves eyesight. Retrain your eyes today by picking up a copy of Instant Eyesight: How to Improve Eyesight Instantly.

David Swainbank

I was really impressed with all the exercises for the eyes that are listed in this quick reading book. I have tried several and they really help with improving my vision. You will want to read this book to help you and your friends with improving their eyesight. Well written and very helpful. Looking forward to more from this series of instant help books.

Check it out for yourself. You will be glad that you've gotten a copy of this excellent book.

A quick read and information that is useful. Clear and well written. Eye exercises that can be done anytime of the day or night.

Erin Kollar

I have had poor eyesight ever since sixth grade. I actually tried to hide that I couldn't rid the board, but that was quickly figured out. So finding a book that proclaims to improve eyesight was a big draw for me. There are some instances in which wearing glasses doesn't work for me such as taking a shower or anytime I am sleeping and get up to go to the bathroom during the night.

The book focuses on the benefits of improving your eyesight for instances such as I described. Plus there are just some times when something happens and you just can't get to your contacts or glasses.

There are some good exercises to be found. Each exercise is categorized into different sections. This is extremely helpful so you aren't looking all around to find the exercise you want to do. Plus before and after each exercise is listed the benefits of each one. So if you're uncertain if you found the correct one, those bits of information should be enough to tell you if you're looking at the correct exercise.

When dieting was mentioned I liked that not only was the types of food mentioned, but also the reasons why they would help your eyesight.

I read this book on a KIndle Paperwhite which wasn't good for some exercises due to the fact that it doesn't show color. I would keep this in mind if you also have a Paperwhite and want to read this book. I do think that to get the best experience you do need a format that shows colors.

I applaud the book on reminding readers to always see a specialist and that this isn't some cure for all eyesight problems. The book, at the end of the day, is just a backup. A safety measure to make sure your eyesight doesn't get worse. But you'll still need to spend money on doctors and glasses (or contacts) to be in good health.


This is the second book in this series I have read by this company. Like the other book, I am nicely surprised by what I find. I expected a short book with a few eye tricks that should make your eyes stronger. Instead, I was delighted to see a book that is so through in the explanation of material that I kept saying wow.

I especially like the beginning of the book when the reasons for importance of exercise of the eye were explained. I never knew that the eye is supposed to be translating information to the brain and not the other way around. Apparently this was not the case before smartphones and TV. Then the book takes you through a short exercise where you star at three colors on a picture of a person’s head for 20 seconds, and then you stare at a wall for 20 seconds. You see the same colors on the wall as in the picture. This shows how powerful your eyes can be when you focus. This sets the stage for the rest of the book, which is just as great as the beginning.

The book covers every conceivable angle of improving your eyes. Form examples of how it will help to exercises to why they help, this is a comprehensive guide to practically improving your eyesight. It even talks about healthy habits such as what you eat that can help your eyesight. I am in awe of how much this book covers about eyesight information and improvement.

I cannot recommend this book enough. As I age, my eyesight is changing. I am lucky enough to not need glasses yet. And my hope is that with the exercises in this book, which already seem to be working, I can avoid needing glasses for a few more years.

Deb M.

Being a person who wears glasses, I found this book to be helpful even if a bit simplistic. While I can function well without glasses in general activities, doing detail work, or anything that requires me to see long distance, is when I reach for the eyewear.

Instant Eyesight, contains a number of tips and useful exercises geared to helping a person decrease dependency upon corrective lenses. The opening chapter discusses the possibility of retraining one’s eyes – actually exercising them like any other muscle in one’s body. I have read various articles to this effect in the past and find the concept interesting. However, I don’t recall seeing actual exercises recommended or described. This is where Instant Eyesight gained some credibility with me – every chapter offers some form of instruction for exercising or retraining one’s eyes based on specific vision issues. I have tried out a few of the exercises and experienced exactly what the author described as a result.

Further lending to the author’s credibility is the acknowledgement that the exercises won’t heal one’s eyes or eliminate the need for eyewear, rather the exercises are intended to simply aid the reader in being less dependent should one find oneself suddenly without corrective lenses. Additionally, the author addresses a few other things to consider in aiding one’s overall eye health, such as diet and even gentle massage.

Personally, I find the periodic freedom from my glasses to be a welcome relief and the exercises have actually helped to relieve eye fatigue usually felt by the end of the day. Overall, I found Instant Eyesight to be a quick, easy-to-read, simple guide to improving one’s ability to function without corrective lenses should the need occur.