I’m working on doing more in video format since it seems that’s the way we’re headed with online communicating in general. Also I like to torture you with my homeless-man face.
So the question here is this:
You have low myopia, in the -1.50 diopter or lower-ish range. You may have some amount of spherical diopter ratio and maybe some astigmatism, too. Given this scenario, do you need differentials (close-up glasses) or is it better to just skip them?
A profoundly inspirational and charismatically guru-esque guru sheds some sagely divine light on this question:
Literally just back from three weeks in total off-grid jungle.
As always, it boils down to a bit of a case-by-case scenario.
Reducing diopter dependence is the name of the game. Do it while having a plan, knowing why and what you’re doing, be patient and keep track of progress, and you’ll find your way back to 20/20.
Keep making all thems 20/20 gains!