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  • ZEISS Myopia Management Lens Solutions for children's glasses

    Myopia is becoming a serious problem in more and more countries. Especially in urban areas in Asia, almost 90% of young people develop myopia before the age of 20 4. – a trend that continues worldwide.Studies predict that, by the year 2050, nearly 50 percent of the world's population could be shortsighted 5.In a worst-case scenario, early myopia can lead to the emergence of …

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  • A randomized clinical trial of bifocal glasses for myopic ...

    2002-8-1u2002·u2002We previously reported results of a randomized clinical trial of bifocals as a type of myopia correction for children with near-point esophoria. After 30 months, the rate of myopia progression in 36 children wearing bifocals averaged 0.40 D/yr compared to 0.50 D/yr in 39 children wearing single-vision glasses (p= 0.046, age-adjusted).

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    2021-7-27u2002·u2002Impact of Wearing Glasses on Student Test Scores This project is the first to establish a causal link between correcting a child's vision and improving their learning. According to our analysis, a nearsighted child can perform up to twice as well in school if they wear glasses regularly.

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  • Effect of optical correction by fully corrected glasses on ...

    2020-7-10u2002·u2002Although various previous studies have reported that the experimentally induced refractive errors interfered with postural control, few studies have demonstrated the optical correction effect of wearing glasses. The purpose of this study was to investigate whether wearing full corrected glasses to correct myopia and hyperopia can have a positive effect on postural …

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    Safety eyewear protects our most important sensory organ, which also happens to be the most vulnerable: our eyes. Whether for work at a milling machine, in a laboratory or with UV light, our safety eyewear incorporates the use of special coatings and appropriate tinting to satisfy the needs of any application area.

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    Background: We aimed to investigate the effect of short-term orthokeratology lens or frame glasses wear on corneal thickness, corneal endothelial cells and vision correction in adolescents with low to moderate myopia. Methods: Data of 100 adolescents with low to moderate myopia were retrospectively analyzed. The patients were assigned into two groups.

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  • Eyeglasses for Global Development: Bridging the Visual Divide

    2016-6-21u2002·u2002myopia by 2050.2 Research shows that correcting myopia and poor vision with properly prescribed glasses results in a greater impact on academic performance that any other health intervention. In addition, correcting vision has the potential to improve learning environments for all children in the classroom and decrease non-completion rates due to

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  • Impact of Refractive Errors on Da Vinci SI Robotic System

    Objective: To investigate the impact of refractive errors on binocular visual acuity while using the Da Vinci SI robotic system console. Methods: Eighty volunteers were examined on the Da Vinci SI robotic system console by using a near vision chart. Refractive errors, anisometropia status, and Fly Stereo Acuity Test scores were recorded.

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    2020-1-14u2002·u2002for night myopia's being less severe in older astronomers. Measuring Night Myopia Scientific uncertainty about its cause notwithstanding, night myopia is 'a documented effect,' says Bowen — in fact, it has been documented at least since 1789, when Nevil Maskelyne described it to the Royal Society of Lon-don.

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  • Nearsightedness Has Become an Epidemic. What's Causing It ...

    2020-2-26u2002·u2002The severity of myopia is also increasing. An extreme form of nearsightedness, called high myopia, nearly doubled from 2.2% of the global population in 2000 to 4% in 2020. It's projected to reach 10% by 2050, according to the World Health Organization. High myopia increases the risk later in life of glaucoma, which damages the optic nerve and ...

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    2020-1-31u2002·u2002Eye Movement: Impact Of Glasses. We've been expanding lately, from just talking about myopia causes and ways to deal with the problem – to why you should actually bother with any of this in the first place. Because for most […] Jake Steiner Jan 31,2020 · 1 min read. Topic: Video.

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  • ZEISS Myopia Management Lens Solutions for children's

    Myopia is becoming a serious problem in more and more countries. Especially in urban areas in Asia, almost 90% of young people develop myopia before the age of 20 4. – a trend that continues worldwide.Studies predict that, by the year 2050, nearly 50 percent of the world's population could be shortsighted 5.In a worst-case scenario, early myopia can lead to the emergence of progressive ...

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  • The impact of computer use on myopia development in ...

    2020-3-1u2002·u2002The impact of computer use on myopia development in childhood: The Generation R study. ... Those with visual acuity of ≤0.1 LogMAR, no glasses, and no ophthalmic history were classified as non-myopic (Leone et al., 2010; O'Donoghue et al., 2012). Two drops (three in case of dark irises) of cyclopentolate (1%) with 5 min interval were ...

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  • Eyeglasses for Global Development: Bridging the Visual

    2016-6-21u2002·u2002myopia by 2050.2 Research shows that correcting myopia and poor vision with properly prescribed glasses results in a greater impact on academic performance that any other health intervention. In addition, correcting vision has the potential to improve learning environments for all children in the classroom and decrease non-completion rates due to

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  • Glasses, Myopia & Refractive Errors In Youngsters

    2016-3-17u2002·u2002Glasses, Myopia & Refractive Errors In Youngsters. At Eyesite we have a wide selection of children's frames available, including frameworks espe c ially designed to to suit even the tiniest of ...

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  • Does wearing glasses weaken your eyesight? - BBC Future

    2014-5-13u2002·u2002A group of 94 children with myopia were randomised at the toss of coin either to wear the correct glasses for their prescription, or to wear glasses that left them slightly short-sighted.

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  • Effect of short-term orthokeratology lens or ordinary ...

    2019-11-28u2002·u2002We aimed to investigate the effect of short-term orthokeratology lens or frame glasses wear on corneal thickness, corneal endothelial cells and vision correction in adolescents with low to moderate myopia. Data of 100 adolescents with low to moderate myopia were retrospectively analyzed. The patients were assigned into two groups. The experimental group were treated with night-wear ...

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  • The economic cost of myopia in adults aged over 40 years ...

    There was an increasing cost of myopia in adults who started to wear glasses at earlier ages. By applying our cost data to age-specific myopia prevalence data in the whole population in the country, the total cost was estimated to be approximately SGD$959 (USD$755) million per year in Singapore. Conclusions: Myopia is associated with ...

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  • The myopia boom

    2015-3-18u2002·u2002East Asia has been gripped by an unprecedented rise in myopia, also known as short-sightedness. Sixty years ago, 10–20% of the Chinese population was short-sighted. Today, up to …

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  • uvex Safety Glasses

    Safety eyewear protects our most important sensory organ, which also happens to be the most vulnerable: our eyes. Whether for work at a milling machine, in a laboratory or with UV light, our safety eyewear incorporates the use of special coatings and appropriate tinting to …

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  • Does wearing glasses weaken your eyesight? - BBC Future

    2014-5-13u2002·u2002A group of 94 children with myopia were randomised at the toss of coin either to wear the correct glasses for their prescription, or to wear glasses that left them slightly short-sighted.

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  • Glasses Direct ™ - Myopia

    Myopia, or short-sightedness, happens when the eye is too long, or the focusing power of the eye is too strong, or a combination of both.This causes light to come to a focus in front of the fovea, which is the part of the retina that gives sharpest vision. The …

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  • ZEISS Myopia Management Lens Solutions for children's glasses

    Myopia is becoming a serious problem in more and more countries. Especially in urban areas in Asia, almost 90% of young people develop myopia before the age of 20 4. – a trend that continues worldwide.Studies predict that, by the year 2050, nearly 50 percent of the world's population could be shortsighted 5.In a worst-case scenario, early myopia can lead to the emergence of …

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  • Myopia - The Eye Practice

    Myopia (or near sightedness) can cause complications, some more severe than others. These include: Lifestyle impacts. Nearsightedness can impact on the ability to work, play and even enjoy sport. Eye strain. People with uncorrected nearsightedness tend to squint in order to bring objects into focus. This can result in damaging eye strain.

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    2021-9-6u2002·u2002Maxjuli Blue Light Blocking Glasses. These blue blockers are a solid budget friendly pair of glasses. They've racked up a 4.4/5 rating with over 4,000 reviews on Amazon. They're impact resistant and dustproof, and come with a no reason return or money back for 180 days as well as a 365 day warranty.

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    2020-6-12u2002·u2002In Singapore, one in two children develop Myopia by the age of 12, 2 and 75 percent of teenagers are myopic and rely on glasses. 3 Left unchecked, in some patients, Myopia can lead to blindness or other eye health conditions that can severely impact vision and overall well-being.

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    Get it as soon as Tue, Jul 20. FREE Shipping by Amazon. CSYSX Sports Goggles Anti-collision Safety Protective Glasses with Adjustable Elastic Strap for Basketball Football Soccer Squash Tennis Cycling Eyewear Basketball Glasses (black green) $17.99. $17.

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  • Why a Generation in China is Coming of Age with Short ...

    2021-2-25u2002·u2002China has one of the highest childhood myopia rates in the world — over half of the population of minors in 2018, according to official statistics. And rates alarmingly seem to be on the rise — especially amongst students. In 2014, an estimated 80% of secondary school students were nearsighted. In 2018, an official survey also found that 72 ...

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  • More Aussie kids need glasses

    2021-8-25u2002·u2002Too much screen time is taking its toll on the eyesight of Australian kids, with a 21 per cent jump in school-aged children needing glasses in the five years to 2020 – that is one in every five students. Seven-year-old besties Clementine Schofield and Georgie Payne both wear glasses, and their parents have noticed how much more they need them ...

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  • Impact of peripheral optical properties induced by ...

    2020-4-1u2002·u2002Participants included children with myopia, between 8 and 12 years of age (n = 22 eyes), and divided into two groups: those who used glasses (Group I, n = 9) and those who used an Ortho-K lens (Group II, n = 13). Myopia progression over one year was …

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  • IMI Impact of Myopia - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

    2021-4-28u2002·u2002Worldwide, one-fifth of blindness is due to refractive error, predominantly myopia. 1 Myopia (defined as a spherical equivalent refraction ≤ −0.50 diopter [D]) is an inadequately acknowledged global public health problem and chronic condition that affects almost 30% of the world's population. 2 Myopia impacts an individual's early life, imposes disability by way of poor vision, and is life ...

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  • How to choose lenses for glasses: Types & materials

    2021-9-27u2002·u2002With their superior impact resistance, polycarbonate and Trivex lenses can be fabricated to a centre thickness of around 1.0 mm and still pass impact-resistance standard. Myopia-correcting lenses made of other materials usually have to be thicker in the centre to pass the standard.

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  • The impact of computer use on myopia development in ...

    2020-3-1u2002·u2002The impact of computer use on myopia development in childhood: The Generation R study. ... Those with visual acuity of ≤0.1 LogMAR, no glasses, and no ophthalmic history were classified as non-myopic (Leone et al., 2010; O'Donoghue et al., 2012). Two drops (three in case of dark irises) of cyclopentolate (1%) with 5 min interval were ...

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  • The impact of uncorrected myopia on individuals and society

    2019-5-13u2002·u2002The impact of uncorrected myopia varies depending on the age of the person affected. Those who develop high myopia, defined as ≤ –5 dioptres (D) are at increased risk of cataract, open-angle glaucoma, myopic macular degeneration and retinal detachment …

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  • Glasses Direct ™ - Myopia

    Myopia, or short-sightedness, happens when the eye is too long, or the focusing power of the eye is too strong, or a combination of both.This causes light to come to a focus in front of the fovea, which is the part of the retina that gives sharpest vision. The resulting image short-sighted people see is not clear.

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    Falcon Laser Glare Protection Glasses offer high performance in any tactical operation. This model features high-velocity and high-mass impact protection for maximum durability. The lenses designed with High Definition Optics maximize clarity and protect eyes from harmful UVA, UVB, UVC. It is strong enough to hold up in the toughest conditions.

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    + 0 14 COUNTRIES + 0 30 % IMPACT ON PRODUCTIVITY 0 2 MIN ON-THE-SPOT ASSEMBLY DOT Glasses is the first sustainable solution to the world's vision problem • Adjustable one-size-fits-all eyeglasses • A transformational lens concept • Simple proprietary vision testing tools• Easy 60-minute training to prepare anyone to provide basic vision care Learn […]

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  • What are distance glasses?

    2019-12-9u2002·u2002Distance glasses are a type of single vision lens used to correct nearsightedness (myopia.) These concave lenses improve your ability to see distanced objects using a minus (-) dioptric power throughout the entire lens. In short, distance glasses and reading glasses are actually both single vision lenses, but they provide very different ocular ...

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  • More Aussie kids need glasses

    2021-8-25u2002·u2002Too much screen time is taking its toll on the eyesight of Australian kids, with a 21 per cent jump in school-aged children needing glasses in the five years to 2020 – that is one in every five students. Seven-year-old besties Clementine Schofield and Georgie Payne both wear glasses, and their parents have noticed how much more they need them ...

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  • Impact of peripheral optical properties induced by ...

    2020-4-1u2002·u2002Participants included children with myopia, between 8 and 12 years of age (n = 22 eyes), and divided into two groups: those who used glasses (Group I, n = 9) and those who used an Ortho-K lens (Group II, n = 13). Myopia progression over one year was quantified by changes in the central axial length of the eye.

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  • How to choose lenses for glasses: Types & materials

    2021-9-27u2002·u2002With their superior impact resistance, polycarbonate and Trivex lenses can be fabricated to a centre thickness of around 1.0 mm and still pass impact-resistance standard. Myopia-correcting lenses made of other materials usually have to be thicker in …

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    Eagwoo Glasses Store has All Kinds of 1.591 Index Prescription Polycarbonate Glasses Lenses for Myopia/Hyperopia Anti Impact Unbreakable Plastic Lenses Anti UV,EAGWOO Titanium Eyeglasses Men Rimless Prescription Myopia Photochromic Diamond Glasses Frameless Spectacle Vision Window 275020,1.56 Index Driver Progressive Lenses Prescription Clear Lenses Anti …

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  • What are distance glasses?

    2019-12-9u2002·u2002Distance glasses are a type of single vision lens used to correct nearsightedness (myopia.) These concave lenses improve your ability to see distanced objects using a minus (-) dioptric power throughout the entire lens. In short, distance glasses and reading glasses are actually both single vision lenses, but they provide very different ocular ...

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  • Clinical Study Of Nearsightedness; TReatment With ...

    2017-8-11u2002·u2002Investigate if nightly wear of OKL reduces the progression of childhood myopia (change in axial length) in Danish children when compared to a control group using monofocal glasses. Investigate the safety (Efron score) of OKL. Investigate children's quality of life impact of refractive correction (questionnaire) using OKL compared to glasses.

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  • Which Eyeglasses Are Right For You ... - Prescription Glasses

    2018-8-27u2002·u2002Impact Resistant Lenses: great for kids, safety and sports. Zenni offers two different impact resistant lenses. Trivex (1.53) has superior clarity and is ultra-lightweight. Polycarbonate (1.59) is an affordable impact resistant lens suitable for all frames. Learn more about lens indexes and materials in our Lens Index and Material Guide.

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  • Glasses Direct ™ - Myopia

    Myopia, or short-sightedness, happens when the eye is too long, or the focusing power of the eye is too strong, or a combination of both.This causes light to come to a focus in front of the fovea, which is the part of the retina that gives sharpest vision. The …

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  • Types of Myopia Control

    2021-9-29u2002·u2002Types of Myopia Control. There are four widely accepted types of myopia control treatments: Orthokeratology (OrthoK aka CRT), Atropine eye drops, Distance-Center Multifocal Contact Lenses and in some cases Bifocal or Multifocal Eyeglasses. Optometrists throughout the country use methods based on patient age, prescription and need, sometimes ...

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  • Screen time is bad for your eyes — but not as bad as you ...

    2019-5-20u2002·u2002While myopia is more common among people of East-Asian ethnicity, short-sightedness is a global problem. The UN estimates that more than 50 per cent of the world's population will have myopia by 2050.

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  • Blurred vision causes and symptoms

    Blurred vision treatment. The treatment for blurred vision depends on how bad it is and the causes of it. If blurriness is a result of refractive errors, such as in the case of hypermetropia, presbyopia, astigmatism and myopia, then it can be treated using glasses and corrective lenses.

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    Cheap Skiing Eyewear, Buy Quality Sports & Entertainment Directly from China Suppliers:Ski Glasses Frame Impact Resistance Comfortable Glasses Frame Skiing Snowboard Goggles Myopia Lens Frame Sunglasses Adapter Enjoy Free Shipping Worldwide! Limited Time Sale Easy Return.

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  • Impact of peripheral optical properties induced by ...

    2020-4-1u2002·u2002Participants included children with myopia, between 8 and 12 years of age (n = 22 eyes), and divided into two groups: those who used glasses (Group I, n = 9) and those who used an Ortho-K lens (Group II, n = 13). Myopia progression over one year was quantified by changes in the central axial length of the eye.

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  • The impact of computer use on myopia development in ...

    2020-3-1u2002·u2002The impact of computer use on myopia development in childhood: The Generation R study. ... Those with visual acuity of ≤0.1 LogMAR, no glasses, and no ophthalmic history were classified as non-myopic (Leone et al., 2010; O'Donoghue et al., 2012). Two drops (three in case of dark irises) of cyclopentolate (1%) with 5 min interval were ...

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  • Glasses Direct ™ - Myopia

    Myopia, or short-sightedness, happens when the eye is too long, or the focusing power of the eye is too strong, or a combination of both.This causes light to come to a focus in front of the fovea, which is the part of the retina that gives sharpest vision. The …

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    2020-12-17u2002·u2002making a measurable impact on society.*2 Today children in East Asia, including Japan, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea, Singapore, develop myopia at a high rate; for example, 96.5% of 19-year-old males suffer from myopia in Seoul.*3 Myopia also affects over 40% of individuals over the age of 12 years in the U.S.*4

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    DOT Glasses is the first sustainable solution to the world's vision problem. • Adjustable one-size-fits-all eyeglasses. • A transformational lens concept. • Simple proprietary vision testing tools. • Easy 60-minute training to prepare anyone to provide basic vision care. Learn More.

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    2021-9-23u2002·u2002Every pair of kids' glasses is made with impact-resistant Airwear ® technology, which is 12x stronger than regular lenses. Offering 100% UV protection, Airwear lenses are the ultimate choice for every kid's lifestyle. Combine Airwear with Crizal, our scratch-resistant lenses, for the ultimate in unbreakable glasses for kids.

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  • The Economic and Societal Impact of Myopia and High Myopia ...

    2019-10-10u2002·u2002The prevalence of myopia is most pronounced in the industrialized nations of East Asia, where rates of 95% among young adults have been recorded [].In this context, the impact of myopia is profound and far reaching, and recent study by Naidoo et al. [] suggests that myopia has a global economic impact, with the greatest burden throughout Asia.Its economic impact is very …

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    2021-7-7u2002·u2002January 27, 2021 American Academy of Ophthalmology Myopia Task Force comes together as COVID-19 may put more children at risk for high myopia. The myopia epidemic existed well before the COVID-19 pandemic, yet the pandemic could worsen the number of children at risk of nearsightedness.1 The number of Americans who are nearsighted has nearly doubled over the …

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  • Reversing Myopia – My Experience So Far – Things I wish I ...

    2019-10-1u2002·u2002My takeaway: the basic method of reversing myopia. The basic method of reversing myopia looks like this: Reduce your glasses or contact RX by a small amount at a time, 0.25 to 0.50 diopters (some people do more, but it seems like you may end up reducing so much that your eyes cannot focus enough to improve).; When wearing your reduced RX, routinely spend time …

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