Jake S.
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Just guidance, not requirement.

First thing because otherwise you have ‘reference acuity’ from the lenses, and blur will appear … blurrier. It’s generally speaking less of a positive to take glasses off and then experience blur, vs. starting out with blur.

First thing, to start the day with the awareness of where your natural vision is, and set up the conscious process of glasses being a crutch.

Besides that sure, you can take them off whenever you feel it works best for you.