Children & Myopia2018-12-02T04:29:47+00:00

Child Myopia.  This is one that gets Jake upset on a regular basis.  Children (in most cases) don’t need glasses!  What they need is educated parents who understand eye strain, ciliary muscle spasm, the impact of lots of close-up reading time, of staring at smart phones and computer screens.

An ounce of prevention, as they say.  Read carefully through this section for lots of tips about preventing and reversing child myopia, find parents who had success banishing their child’s myopia, get hope an motivation to keep your own children’s eyes healthy!

Simone: From -10 Diopters Down To -7

My most fellow darling kittehz.  Welcome back!   Let's jump into a little round of improvement updates and musings from the community. Because it's as always, overdue. Simone:  -10 Down To -7 In some cases finding endmyopia is a really big deal: It's ein Christmas miracle, dahlings. Not to be flippant. But we're talking difference between being on the road to serious potential eye issues, vs. now nicely reducing diopter dependence.   Much better scenario. Sharon: Centimeter Increased From 35cm [...]

Zoe: “I’m 20/20, Optometrist Still Tried To Sell Me Glasses”

Another day, another deluge of improvement reports. Mostly it's a deluge because uncle Jake only posts these once every third solar eclipse, and because many days it just feels like ... ohhh what's the point anyway. Zoe-Lee: 20/20 But Need Glasses?! Well, let's see if we can find a point ... Uhm .... I guess one possible point, you're going to get jacked by that optometrist.   And no, of course not.  Nobody is saying that every. single. one of [...]

Bill Otto: Endmyopia Is A Disinformation Site

Oh-oh.  Your favorite darling eye guru is having a high blood pressure moment. This is about to turn into a full on yikes-rant-fest, darlings. So please do join me here today on the darling endmyopia bloglet, fellow darling non-believer in 'genetic myopia'.  Pull up a comfy chair and let's together explore how a certain conspiracy theorist by the seemingly non-consequential name of Bill Otto has managed to somewhat annoy Otherwise Dignified VonJakensteen. And for today we won't even go on [...]

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Louise: Optometrists, GTFO 😡

Let's kick off this latest round of improvement reports with some fun drama from the Facebook group. For a bit of background, for whatever reason the last couple of days has been stirring from sleeper cell optometrists in the group.  Suddenly a flurry of activity there, recommending everything from atropine drops for myopia control (literally, poison) to ortho-k (literally, thousands of dollars for not addressing causality at all).   And while your favorite darling eye guru attempts to be patient [...]

Reducing Diopters, This Whole Thing, Is FOR WEIRDOS

Darling fellow endmyopia kittehz. Welcome back to another post, and another round of all the 20/20 gains.  Of which as you probably know by now, there are many.   But let's start this one out with something that bugs your favorite holy sage eyeguru, and I don't know what to do about it. Every so often I get an e-mail like this one: *sigh* Now, that's a well-intentioned message. The problem with it is, that you may well figure that [...]

Darshani: Daughter from -4.25 Reduced To -1.75 D

Kittehz. Uncle Jake's desktop is completely full of student gains reports screenshots.  If I stick them in a folder again, same thing will happen as always ... I'll never remember to try to post them all. Yes all these 20/20 gains are a problem entirely unique to our holy temples of Meow.  Since we dare to consider vision biology and stimulus, we're getting these unusual results of reducing myopia.  Who'd have thought. On to the point: Well then. Here we [...]