Low Myopia2018-12-02T04:29:37+00:00

Reversing Low Myopia:  Your eye is a stimulus response system.  The degree of myopia is largely irrelevant to your ability to reverse it – in other words, you can always reverse both pseudo- and lens-induced myopia.  

The devil though, is in the details.  It may seem more challenging to reverse that last (or only) diopter.  The reason for that though is largely because it’s a) a bit trickier to get the right sort of stimulus and b) it’s harder to quantify a 20% improvement (for example) when you’re just dealing with low myopia to begin with.  Read through this section for ideas, student feedback, and how-to guides for the low myope. 

Kasper: Reversed My Low Myopia

There's a category for whining and crying in a cantankerous old eye guru's e-mail inbox, in particular about low myopia. Oh Jake, I'm not making gains.  Oh Jake, this isn't working.  Oh Jake, plzz. Number one problem of course, that I made a category for this sort of crybaby attitude for my e-mail admin to file e-mails in.  So even if I just skim-and-delete through that folder, it's still enough to make the imaginary guru beard bristle at the helpless [...]

Long Term Uncorrected Low Myopia Blur Adaptation

Pro topic. Heads Up: Future “pro topic” videos will only be available in the Le Meow forum.  The forum is free to join, but requires some basic knowledge about endmyopia.  Answer the join questions here. You may have low myopia (below 2 diopters) and simply never started wearing glasses.  While in principle this is a smart move towards protecting your distance vision from lens-induced myopia, it doesn't alone address your existing myopia degree. It also creates an issue of habituated [...]

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William: -2.00 Reduced To No Glasses 20/20 Vision

It's time to catch up on some of the guru e-mail. Prepare for a colorful multitude of improvement reports today! First up, William: So close. Last diopter, always the tricky one.  See the low myopia section of the blog. And here's Jaqueline having made more than the average progress of a year of improving eyesight, with 1.25 plastic focal plane diopters eliminated already: Solid progress. Yes, today was (yet again) meant to finally write a quick post about the mystically revelatory [...]

Kavish’ Optometrist Report: 20/20 By Dec 2018?

The guru time clock is ticking fast, my darling kittehs. Jakey must make it to the embassy today,  and the cranky Chinese Hong Kong wizard watch maker, and the bank, and deal with stuffy suits on two conference calls, and then also look for particularly dumb ideas in a three mile long spreadsheet.  That's before the afternoon list of to do things. And the endmyopia-work-time clock says 11 minutes remaining. So that's 11 minutes to post at least one improvement [...]

Alexandra: -4.50 Down To -2.00 (In 12 Months)

People sometimes make excuses about reducing their myopia.  Oh Jake they say, whether I got -4 or -2, I still wear glasses either way.  Seems like a lot of hassle you know?  Why am I going to spend a year, two years, for really what's just glasses anyway? Darlings.  The difference between four diopters of the fake minus plastic focal planes, and two diopters of the same - is huge. Four diopters, you're not finding your glasses, without your glasses. [...]

Eva’s Progress: From -2.50 D To -1.00 D (And No Glasses)

Step into the Holy, Unholy Temples of MEOW, darling kittehs.  For some 20/20 gains. No matter whether you're arriving here with high myopia or with low myopia, it's all just refractive states.  And those refractive states are simply a matter of stimulus (and strain).  You can see what you want to see.  You can see what you habitually see.  If all you see is screens, eventually all you *will* see is screens. Om shanti shanti, kittehs.   Or if we [...]