Reducing lens diopters? Don’t try any of this at home. This is all highly experimental, unapproved, and definitely requiring research and reading and critical thinking. And still, you’re totally doing a thing you’re probably not supposed to. Especially for anyone going “but what are the stepz, bro”, this is definitely and absolutely not for you. Prefer to listen in your favorite podcast app? 🎙😊 The Shortsighted Podcast is now available on Apple Podcasts (iTunes), Spotify, Google Podcasts, TuneIn, Alexa, and many other apps: https://endmyopia.org/shortsighted-podcast/
The Jake Origin Story: I grew up with glasses, 5.00 diopter high myopia, and yet today have 20/20 natural eyesight. No surgery, no glasses, I figured out how myopia actually works and how to reverse it (and no, not eye exercises!) The mainstream tells you it’s impossible – but the whole concept that myopia is an illness, is complete unscientific nonsense (a 100 billion dollar a year profitable nonsense, though).
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DISCLAIMER: We see myopia as a refractive state. Not an error, and certainly not an illness or medical condition. We explore scientific ideas here, not medical ones. Any advice and suggestions provided by Jake or @endmyopia is 100% unlicensed, unsanctioned, un-endorsed by the optometry establishment – because we discuss science and not medicine Everything we discuss is also highly experimental, and you should absolutely always seek a sanctioned opinion if you are experiencing health issues or medical concerns. Lens use specific comments are for discussion only, and should not be considered medical advice, nor any of other suggestions provided herein. Depending on your local laws you may need to consult a local optometrist for prescriptions and medical advice. When driving, or any activity requiring full 20/20 vision, you should always wear your glasses that provide the full correction necessary for the task. If you have symptoms that might require medical attention, please visit an ophthalmologist or hospital!