Dear fellow users,
As some of u probably know, im trying to improve my son’s myopia. He is 6 years old and has glasses where both eyes have -1D sphere and -1D cylinder.
He must be overprescribed quite a fair bit as his visual acuity for distance is great even without glasses.
He has no correction for his (limited!!!) Close-up.
But i wanted to know a physical/anatomocal explanation as to how does him glasses-free-time benefit for distant vision?
I do have a gut feeling it is ok to do it with him as he really has low myopia and yesterday he even had 20/25 in a very good light.
But what is the anatomical explanation of the benefit of glass-free-time for low myopes? Does it have anything to do with a stimulation?