I’m still not sure if I found for sure Active Focus,
but one thing that I definitely can notice is something very curious.
When I am doing distance vision, or even trying to look across the room in my close vision glasses,
I can feel my eyes relaxing, but as they do, I sometimes notice some sort of ‘bubble’ slightly pop up in my vision in my right eye.
I have moderately high myopia in the -5s and -6 range, in both my eyes, with my left eye being slightly worse.
If I were to totally guess, it’s that as the eyes relax much after being stretched from close vision, so as the contraction relaxes, a ‘layer’ in my eye creates a temporary crease(hence, noticing the slight ‘bubble’),
just like how not installing the phone screen protector fully stretched create air bubbles, so just how like a flat rubber band creates creases after being let go from a contracted state.
This only happens immediately into distance vision after looking into my phone for more than a few minutes (bad habit, I’m working on it). It goes away a few minutes into distance vision. Hence, my bro-science guess on why this happens.
I don’t think I found a post about this in the forum, so that’s why I ask:
Has anyone had this experience?