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Jake S.
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the individual can use lower correction on some days but not well enough to have “locked in” the lower correction to warrant a permanent reduction [side question: is this an accurate interpretation?]

–> Yes. Experience intended to increase awareness of the ‘reserves’ and pushing a bit further, occasionally.

The challenge with all of this is the non-absolute of any ways to describe experiences. At this stage we tend to have sorted out issues with people reducing too aggressively. So here we look at addressing the other side, with those who haven’t maybe fully explored minimum diopter requirements (in ideal conditions).

Many at this stage also rely less on blinking for refocus, so somewhat “adding that back in” adds a slightly different dimension to refocus.

Working with the subjective nature and abstraction compression of words to try to quantify these ideas.