According to a study at the National Eye Institute (NEI), rates of myopia in people ages 12 to 54 raised from 25% in the early 70’s to nearly 42% in 1999-2000. This data marks a nearly 70% increase of myopia prevalence for the past 20 years. This data is not only quite disturbing but leads to the question: Is there a way to prevent nearsightedness? How to improve myopia once you already have it? As you already know, especially if you suffer from nearsightedness, glasses and contacts are the most common option for managing this eyesight disorder….