Arch bishop Papa Giorgio VonderCrankypants just uploaded a new video for you, discussing a very commonly posed endmyopia question. Which is, hey Jake. Should I reduce my diopters? This question is one of those curiously […]
Arch bishop Papa Giorgio VonderCrankypants just uploaded a new video for you, discussing a very commonly posed endmyopia question.
Which is, hey Jake. Should I reduce my diopters?
This question is one of those curiously self-answering ones, once you stop and think about what diopters are about, and why you’d possibly want to reduce them.
Or in other words, this is rarely the actual question to ponder.
More on this in the video:
Jovial, that’s the word you’re looking for.
And as always, please don’t mind the apparent crankyface. It’s one part personality and another part that it’s probably not entirely natural to every day be presented with hundreds of inquiries and oft-repeating questions.
I do my best to organize common inquiries into resources here. Your questions help me to gauge what’s missing and what warrants more discussion and details.
So keep the questions coming, even if sometimes that means General DerHuffypants growling at the camera on the Tubes.
Keep making all the 20/20 gains!
P.S.: Your eyes aren't "broken".
It's your lens use and habits that keep making your eyes worse. And the massive hundred billion dollar optics industry loves it. They keep you in ever increasing prescriptions, and tell you stories of some mysterious genetic "myopia illness".
It's nonsense. Your eyes are perfectly healthy.
Check out Annette's post in our Facebook group. From -5.25 down to the last diopter already:
To find out how Annette did this, grab a copy of my free (yes, darling freeloaders, don't pay me for this one) 7-Day Course. It'll teach you all the basics on how to start getting your eyes back.