Quarantine has been tough for my vision. I feel like it is getting worse. However, any outside time I get, I spend mostly looking at clouds and at signs and trying my best to active focus and enjoy life.
Unfortunately, a trend for me is to make poor financial/health choices with my glasses. I don’t remember my last posts/threads, but I seriously don’t want to repeat any mistakes. I use the vision log, and I make sure I get accurate measurements,
Unfortunately, I thought I was a low myope around -3 - -2 when I first discovered EndMyopia in 2018, but turns out my vision is even worse than that, pretty sure around -4 and this time I feel it’s accurate.
It is not my close up time getting longer, I’ve been using glasses around -2.25/-2.5 and been trying my hardest to active focus but my vision hasn’t gotten any better and everything’s a bit too blurry, too far, and too difficult to active focus, which means for certain that my prescriptions are too underprescribed. And I had it for a year. I haven’t lost hope in EndMyopia’s idea, so I ask this:
Because I am so used to these glasses, how/how much should I increase the prescription to help me active focus? I know if I reduce by +0.50 from my true eyesight immediately, I won’t be able to handle it, so that is why I asked. ): Should I got straight to -3/-3…25? Is that also too big of a jump? Idk I feel so dumb