I understand that AF must be done throughout the day, as often as possible and whenever you see blur. That it becomes a habit and is an ongoing practice.
I am still asking this question though because I am trying to make sure my son is getting enough AF practice. I am not sure he will remain mindful enough throughout the day to notice blur and wait a moment to clear it up. There were some suggestions on making AF activity into a game and we have tried out a number of things, from looking at birds and kites, to using dart boards etc etc. I still want to know how I can be sure that what was done was enough.
- Jake, in one of his replies on a thread (as part of a list of things to do for vision improvement) said one should practice AF three times a day. I assume this number is the bare minimum one should do.
- Many people on the forum have said they do not do constant and deliberate AF. Just an occasional clearing of blur.
- There is also such a thing as too much AF.
So is there even a broad quantification that looks like, say, ’ if during my one hour vision walk in bright sunlight, I am able to clear/improve some blur about 30-40 times, my walk is successful’ and may be i need 3 such walks in a day.
If I am reducing the axial elongation of my eyeball through repetition of AF activity, how many reps DO I need?
Pls bro, the reps?
May be i am likening it too much to weight training and Endmyopia does not see it as ‘training+rest/relaxation’ Happy to be corrected.