I can’t figure this one out, so need a bit of help. Maybe its not that important but I feel stuck on this.
I keep reading about the need for having a “little bit of blur” for stimulating AF and subsequent reductions. But I can’t figure out what that “little bit” actually means. Like literally - where is the line between too much and too little? Where is too much blur becoming strain and “your visual cortex turning off” kinda thing?
In my normalized pair, I can see 20/40 on a good day, with good lighting and still somewhat blurry. Not perfect at all, but I can make out the letters. When I go with these glasses outside, they feel fairly sharp to me, I can see a lot, even if not perfect, but they feel great. They also feel pretty good enough for driving. There is still a bunch of stuff that’s far away that I can’t see well. So I do have more than enough blur, but I also have a lot of stuff that I see clear.
How clear do I need to see to be able to say - yeah, its a little bit of blur, and not too much? Is there like a rule of thumb for this?
I’ve spent the last 15 years being very undercorrected on purpose, so I don’t have a concept of how sharp/blurry am I supposed to be seeing.