I’m trying to figure out if I’m weird or if this is common with other folks. From everything I’ve read, most people here seem to suggest that their visual acuity is best in the morning and gets progressively worse throughout the day and into the evening. Particularly if they do more close up or screen work during the day.
I find that I am the opposite. If I check my cm readings in the morning, and then check again in the afternoon or evening after spending the majority of the day on the PC, I find that my cm measurements improve throughout the day and peak after midnight. They do not appear to be negatively impacted by my computer use. (Though I do wear differentials with a 67cm edge of blur, so I’m am effectively getting distance vision most of that time since I am usually at 80-90cm.)
My wife isn’t doing EM, but she says the same thing applies to her. Her vision improves throughout the day. She had Lasik done about 20 years ago and is pretty close to 20/20 still. She also spends way more time than me on her phone and it doesn’t seem to affect her too much.
Does anyone else experience the same thing? Do you have an explanation for it?