I definitely believed in EndMyopia before I knew about EndMyopia.
About a decade ago, I remember seeing some of my classmates being prescribed glasses, and they’d just like not wear them. And after a while I asked about it and some of them they’re are just like idk i don’t really need them anymore. While some people who did the same still had worsening vision. And I’m like something fishy is going on here. Later on, when I had physics class and learned about how lens work, my reactions was that vision seems to be by far the most simple topic in physics. There must be a way to use this knowledge to improve vision, and I had some ideas, I just never got around to actually trying the ideas. And when I found out EndMyopia years later, I’m like oh! this guru guy did the heavy lifting of actually trying the things I wanted to try and he’s giving out the information out free! and finding out that we could buy glasses on discount online without insurance was the most mind blowing thing because I grew up thinking glasses are some sort of super expensive thing that I should only get when my insurance allows me to get it for free.
But even though I logically know that vision improvement is possibly and that I must have made vision improvement. (Note, I don’t spend any time with good vision, I just make a reduction immediately.) Every time I make a reduction, I’m like, man, this might be my last reduction; IDK this seems too good to be true. I just might be stuck this way forever. Did I really make reductions before? On the other hand though, the next time I make a normalized reduction marks the halfway point. Must be an undeniable truth then.?