Free information on habituating to eye floaters 

Eye floaters are an annoying and psychologically disturbing problem for a relatively small percentage of the population. Interestingly, all adults have the physical requirements for eye floaters (debris that collects in the liquid inside the eyes).

Just like you cannot age without getting wrinkles, you also cannot age without debris (floaters) clouding the vitreous humor of your eyes. Why then do only a small percentage of the population actually report seeing floaters? Because they've noticed and developed a conscious fixation on floaters. For those who don't notice or see them, it is because their brain is automatically not paying any attention to them.

In fact, your brain also used to automatically not pay attention to eye floaters too before you first noticed them. They were always there - you just didn't really "see" them.

When it comes to eye floaters, it's largely mind over matter.

The human brain is amazingly selective in determining what it recognizes. For instance, how often do you actually hear the fan of your computer? What about the hum of florescent lights? (probably only when someone mentions them - like I just did.) Your brain is also selective when it comes to your eyes. I bet your carís windshield is covered in marks, dirt, etc. How often to you actually notice it?

My book helps teach people how to habituate to eye floaters again so that their brain doesn't pay so much attention to them (much like before you noticed them in the first place).

Download the book here for free.

While we used to offer our product for sale, we are now a non-profit website that offers the book for free. To *download the book today in .pdf format, click here.

I appreciate all the support throughout the years on this project and hope offering it for free will help more people out there.




*PLEASE NOTE: No information found on this site or in the ebook is intended to be relied on as medical or psychological advice. Eye floaters can be a sign of other health issues, so you are advised to have a Doctor examine your eyes to ensure there are no physiological problems or health risks. For our full legal disclaimer, click here.