The recovery speed of vision function is mostly reflected in the individual reaction speed, the improvement range of quick response should be large, and the final recovery effect is mainly reflected in the individual effort!
Two problems should be paid attention to in order to restore normal vision in patients with acquired myopia. One is that they have not worn glasses or changed diopter to meet the requirements of vision after myopia. What needs to be restored is the ciliary muscle diastolic function, which is generally more than three times faster than wearing glasses. The reasons are as follows:
There is no glasses near normal, only far vision function reduced degradation (that is, ciliary muscle diastolic function temporary obstacle) this as long as the ciliary muscle diastolic function is restored, myopia will disappear naturally!