posted on Jun, 10 2015 @ 08:15 AM
a reply to: theNLBS
The BS certainly is strong with this one!
Although I can see some sort of physiotherapy being good for someone who has a problem specifically relating to the muscles around the eye (as my
sister once did, and wears corrective lenses for), there is no way that any amount of exercise can mitigate the symptoms of things which actually
affect the eyeball and retina itself. Abnormalities in the iris, pupil, or the retina, God forbid, are serious, and require professional opthalmology
in order to correct or mitigate.
All that is needed to see the wood for the trees here, is a very basic understanding of the human anatomy. It just goes to show how much of a scam
this is. You can always tell someone is a wrong'un, when they aim their products at those who lack the information required to be discerning in their