Step numero uno to improving your eyesight is … controlling your close-up strain.
Because close-up strain (or more accurately the underlying focusing muscle spasm) is what got you into the whole myopia problem in the first […]
Pro topic. Don’t go monkeying around with diopters until you really know what you’re doing. Messing around with diopter ratio, making focal plane changes, all creates a series of interactions with your visual cortex. If […]
Q&A for those with low myopia and advanced level endmyopia students.
There’s a brilliant thread in the support forum right now (many brilliant threads, but this one really gets me).
If you’re in BackTo20/20, or even if […]
Plateaus. A dreaded word, of no more 20/20 gains.
Here’s the thing, the progression that you’re likely to experience. You start out with endmyopia, accepting the bearded sage’s wisdom as your only true and divine eye-gospel. […]
How do you get from a -4.00 diopter correction down to -3.00 without even thinking about it? Is that wishful thinking, or did Kim just do exactly that?
You keep hearing me saying this: Habits kitteh, […]
Pro topic, Holmes. Don’t monkey with diopter unless you know how all the pieces work together.
If you do, here are some worthwhile posts on equalizing / patching:
Diopter Ratio: The percentage difference between your left and right eye spherical diopter values. People sometimes refer to it as weak eye and strong eye, although I prefer not to use those terms – it […]
There has been quite a lot of discussion in the Facebook group lately, about child myopia. Likewise, endmyopia e-mails have a lot of child questions.
So let’s talk about child myopia, and child cooperation today.
Important Note: […]
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