That’s it! I’ve finally admitted to myself that I am undercorrected. I cannot really say for how much time but it’s definitely been a while, probably more than an year. And it’s not by much - definitely less than a dioptre, according to my measurements, but it is enough to make me feel uncomfortable after realising I live in blur, and definitely not helping any kind of progress.
So, it seems I will have to make an increase, but what is the proper way to do it? I searched the forum and it seems that some people just jump to what a full prescription (or normalised) might be, while others do it in steps of 0.25D over a (sometimes) extended period of time. What are your tips/advices on this?
As for why I’ve waited so long before accepting the undercorrected status - I have this fear that when the eyes are blur adapted, they consider this the “norm” and when given higher dioptres, I fear they are going to want to have the same blur level (even without close-distance stimulus) and therefore try to get more myopic just so they can have the same blur. I am pretty sure that this completely irrational but I would like to hear your opinion on it and whether there is actually any kind of truth in it.
Thanks in advance!