I started of at -3.75 in both eyes with -0.5 astigmatism in both. This was an overcorrection eagle eye vision.
I then reduced to -3.5 along with my differentials of -2. I felt that the -3.5 was still too strong so I went down to -3.25 and felt like I now had my actual full correction.
I then decided that I would go for the actual first real normalied to challenge blur for distance. So I ordered -2.75 and reduced my differentials to -1.75.
The differentials feel fine but when I spend a long time on distance vision (playing golf for example) I start to feel a bit light headed and get some eye strain. It can actually leave me feeling a little dizzy and sometimes fatigued which is strange.
I’m wondering whether I should just stick it out with the -2.75 and see if I adapt to it/ When I’m playing golf I’m not able to clear the blur to infinity> Maybe I just need more time finding active focus with the distance vision?
I started over 2 months ago with the -3.5 so maybe its a bit much for my brain at the moment.