Hello everyone, I am back after a month and 15 days of starting endmyopia. I planned to write this update after a month but I had my exams so it got delayed.
In terms of diopters, I didn’t have any significant changes, but my blur distance has increased a bit, earlier my measurements were
I know they are not many significant improvements, but this is great, I guess this much improvement is enough if we consider that I didn’t do any AF.
I will say that this last month was more about changing my bad habits such as my average screen time for June is only 5h 1m per day. This was such an improvement.
and also I tried my best to not wear my glasses for closeup work, till 4 pm I don’t wear my glasses but when working at night I use them IDK why I just feel that I need them now (should i wear them at night or just bring the screen a bit closer?) I guess I wear them at night bcoz my very little astigmatism gets worse, have only 0.5 astigmatisms, till evening its not much of a problem but at night, oh my lord, I see a 5-millimeter thick wire cable as approx 1cm thick (at least 2-3 double images up and down of the cable as my axis is 180 and 170). Sometimes i doubt that do i even have 0.5 astigmatisms or is it much higher than that.
This literally scares me so much.
now coming back to my habits-
Till 2023 I have to prepare for a college entrance exam so every day I try to study for 9 hours in three-hour blocks. so after each study block, I try to take at least 10 mins of distance vision.
It’s not much but I guess it does help a little to relax eyes?
Since last one week I have started to do astigmatism exercise from the app that was recommended, i only do it for 10 mins(trying to build the habit)
Anymore things that i should do ??
One more thing right now I don’t have any differentials(mom not allowing me to buy), I will try my best to get them by next month, i want to know does wearing my normalized affects the gains that I make?? like if I wear them daily for 4 hours at night will my eyes adapt to the glasses again??
Does studying from physicals books affect eyes as much as screens? (i usually spend 4 hours studying from books, what should I prefer physical or digital books?)
Earlier i used to study in around 150- 200 lux, but after reading biancak post somewhere on the forum i upgraded to 600-700 lux, does this help my eyes somehow?
I had few more questions but I forgot, next time I will write them somewhere.
(i hate my astigmatism)