Here’s a curious one:
Teens to late 20’s: Used to read 2-5 books a week. Learned 6 languages. Got a pile of degrees. Got into finance and trading and all kinds of analytical money making. Basically lived in close-up 24/7. Didn’t care about food or health or any of that stuff. Thought anybody into eating vegetables or going to festivals were dirty hippies. And of course no thanks, any psychedelics or taking risks.
Myopia got into the -5 diopter range. And of course, “astigmatism”.
Then started getting into the eyeballs.
Now, 30’s and even 40’s, largely a financial world flunky (no 7 figures a year income), world vagabonding … hippie type. Love paragliding and kitesurfing and one way tickets, no real permanent residence anywhere. Been to Burning Man a few times and tried pretty much all psychedelic substances. Into all kinds of weird random things like spreadsheets of blood panel results and eating once a day and tracking heart rate variability and getting excited about stem cell therapies. A child in Myanmar, getting all excited about digging wells and solar and off-grid. Summers in Eastern Europe. Getting antsy after a few hours of screen time.
Now, 20/20 natural eyeballs.
Is it a myopia reversing thing, over time taking over more and more? Or just coincidental?
Curious what things may have changed in your life, since you started shedding the fake diopters.