Sufficient quantity and time of close-up breaks?
Proper maximum distance maintained while working up-close?
Enough outdoor time?
Proper understanding of active focus?
Stimulus challenging prescriptions?
With these questions, and sometimes a little further probing, we will almost always find where more improvements can be had. It is almost a certainty that your vision will improve, when following the program – if you experience slow or lacking improvement, a closer look at all the variables is quite likely to help us isolate what might be holding you back.
Or of course, we might find indicators of what activities might help further accelerate your improvement.
For an excellent example of a detailed review, take a look at this post excerpt from Ruth Ann:
Since October 10, at 20 feet without glasses, outside in the sunlight, I have consistently read the Snellen chart as follows:
I’m still having double vision in the distance, and the left eye is slow to focus.
I also checked to see how much I am improving at night in artificial light.
On August 23, first full day of my original full distance prescription, which was R -4.0, L -7.25 I read the Snellen at 20 feet with this prescription at night in artificial light as follows:
On September 11, with my first differential prescription which was R -2.25, L -5.5, I read the Snellen at 20 feet with this prescription at night in artificial light as follows:
This evening, October 24, with the above prescription of R -2.25, L -5.5, I read the Snellen at 20 feet at night in artificial light as follows:
I’m really happy that I can now see so much better outside in the sunlight. It’s really fun to go on walks and enjoy seeing into the distance. And I’m especially glad to see improvement in artificial light. With the right and both eyes together, I am seeing better in artificial light with the differential prescription than I did with the original full distance prescription when I first received it. The left eye has also improved in artificial light from 20/40 with -7.25 to 20/40 with -5.5. This represents a 1.75 diopter improvement in artificial light in the past two months.
The original forum thread is here. With that level of detail, we can quickly assess if you are progressing as well as possible. And of course in this case, Ruth Ann is perfectly on track. You should be setting yourself a similar expectation, as long as you are intent on putting in the necessary time (and small habit changes), to make it possible.
For further motivation, browse some of the recent client experiences posted in the forum, that I save for you in the customer experience section.