We don’t give diopter specific advice in here. The reasons why we don’t do that are as follows:
A) Only you know your eyes: You should understand enough about your eyesight to make a well-versed decision that suits your specific needs and case. We can’t feel what you feel, we don’t see what you see, so please read up (it’s all in the blog, videos, and in this forum to be found) and come up with a plan and correction that works for you.
B) Responsibility: If we tell you what you ought to be wearing we become responsible. We told you something which is then followed by a correction. But what if that advice doesn’t work out properly? Then you’d blame the ones that handed the advice. This is something we want to avoid at all costs. Your eyes, your journey back to good eyesight, and your responsibility.
C) DIY: This is a Do It Yourself community forum, not a free version of the Backto2020 program. If we start behaving like teachers we are undermining Endmyopia’s great Backto2020 program and voiding it of its reason to exist in the first place. If you want real guidance and to learn everything from Jake himself, accepting the invitation for the Backto2020 program is the only way. Once that invitation expires you can send Jake a private message in here kindly asking for an invitation. If one is available you may be able to enter the program after all. No promises or guarantees, but you may acquire an invitation this way.
Please read this for a more detailed explanation:
And watch Jake’s video on the matter:
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Please take the rules outlined above into account and help others with their questions and struggles. This is a community effort so everybody should pitch in at some point to help one another get back to normal eyesight. Our friendly staff will monitor everything and intervene if and when necessary.