Aren't you posing too much shock to your eyes, everywhere they advise 'slow steady' progress (not only for safety reasons, eye needs to rebuild and it is not overnight I guess, until it is rebuilt the only force that gives them shape change are muscles). Correct me if you think otherwise.
The stimuli cannot be too little nor to much.
To compare with swimming - you know - you can learn swimming by jumping to deep water, but this may be the last time ever - because you have to precausions for random issues you nor me are not aware of.
I also feel I am starting too offensive (3 weeks now,
1st week +1D for PC,
next +1,5D at over 50cm distance,
today at the end of 3rd week +2D - but I cannot avoid leaning forward to 40cm to see clearly, I am just testing how it works today, but keeping distance around 50cm is hard - yes I know the math that +2D in my case is like looking at horizon with healthy 0.0 eyes) . So maybe it is better to keep weak glassed but look from more distance ?
My weaker eye when sets up correctly can see equally good as better one (weaker have -0.75 astigmatizm)
I do not have time for any exercises nor print pushing, but I am just using PLUS for computer work up to 8 h a day.
Do you feel any muscles tension in and around your eye ? Or the problem was the floater ?
SUBJECT: The mistakes - everyone makes.
1) They do not set up a Snellen, in home, at 20 feet and look at it on a regular basis.
2) They do not set up a reasonable OBJECTIVE GOAL, that they must measure themselves.
3) They rely on an OD - in his office - who believes that ALL PREVENTION IS PURE BULL SHIT.
4) That ALWAYS CREATES A BAD MEASUREMENT - AND THE ISSUE IS INDEED TRUST.
5) I personally agree - that to "see" any results, takes from six to nine months.
6) Science shows the eye changes at a rate of about +3/4 diopters per year.
YOU SPECIFIC COMMENTARY ON WHY I SAID 20/40 - AS A GOAL.
If you demand 20/15 and 20/13 - you will fail totally.
If you demand OD "certification- you will fail.
The real difficult isssue - is that any success - means long-term plus wearing. There is no alternative.
(See scientific data - if you wish to ask WHY, long -term wearing is necessary.
20/40 PASSES THE REQUIRED DMV TEST. But once you "get there", that does not mean you quit.
Rather, it is the "marker" to judge future, objective success.
I would gladly go though life, always wearing the plus, and always objectively passing the 20/40 line - and it
does require long-term plus wearing.
That is the real challenge - you must face.