To eliminate any confusion. I’m asking this because I recently bought my first pair of normalized and sadly I found out that my optometrist overprescribed me in my right eye by 0.25 diopters, making my right eye 20/20 corrected with the normalized. so these first pairs of normalized are in effect useless.
My visual cortex has mostly been blur-adapted for the last couple of years as a result of never putting on my glasses. To add to this I don’t have a pair of glasses that give me full 20/20 vision in bought eyes, I only have the first normalized I got yesterday.
Do you guys ever use your non-normalized? aka your 20/20 vision or “old prescription” glasses for long-distance? as in, do you guys ever wear the original specs that give you 20/20 vision. Does it help to give some sort of " reference point" for your visual cortex to aim for when you’re doing active focus with normalized glasses?
should I get a pair of 20/20 vision glasses for the reason that I just listed?
( i don’t really want to do this because I would still at some point have to buy new normalized glasses )
should I get the correct pair of normalized (this one would be the second one) and use my first pair of normalized as a " reference point " for my right eye (as explained before the first normalized is “wrong” and gives me 20/20 vision in my right eye)
do I even need this " reference point" from 20/20 glasses to improve?